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The young girls of Gokulam look at this lovely child of Yasodha with great affection.
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He shines with his dark blue hue, reminiscent of the clouds in the rainy season and wins over the Gopis with his formidable beauty.
I am blessed to have the vision of this beautiful youth everywhere and at all times.
At this time, His cool and welcoming eyes resemble a pair of just-blossomed lotuses in the river of His mercy Dayaa. His mother normally stored freshly churned butter in shallow earthern vessels chattis. I salute this embodiment of mercy known as Venugopalan. Which painter painted the picture of this beautiful youth in my heart, who is like the morning Sun to the lotus-like faces of the love-sick Gopis?
The shock of the collision with the mortar broke the twin trees and the the sons of Kubera, who stood as the trees in the garden of the Lord, got released from their curse and regained their original bodies. The followers of the former consider Sri Vedanta Desika as their Acharya teacher.
Sravasi kalayan lankalI karNapUram. He stood still pretending that he did not know what to do next. Their glances enter him like arrows and makes him subservient to them. He dragged the mortar further and went between two Marutha trees.
Yasodha thought that she could hide the butter in deep water pots kumbha vimsatgi mislead her child. He enchanted the gopis of Brindavanam. His smile was over the thought of what he planned to do next with the deceitful Puthana.
He is the rejuvenating, rain-bearing vimsathj that enhanced the wealth and well-being of the citizens of Brindavanam. Krishna, the bhAgyam of Yasodha, heard these rhythmical sounds coming from her efforts and began a special dance to amuse her and to receive gobs of butter as a reward. Victory to him who keeps his flute, Tucked in his golden waist band, Who keeps his right hand on a stick, Used to mind the herds of cow, Who keeps his left hand on the shoulder, Of the lady  shivering with joy, Who is of the black colour of the cloud, And who ties his tresses with a chain of Gunja seeds.
He has left her His chest region as Her place of special residence and enjoyment. They had no choice, but to obey him to regain their clothes.
She saw Vimmsathi stealing butter again and ran towards him, rope in her hand, to tie him up as punishment. Gopalan desirous of performing water sports with the Gopis tucked tightly his garments.
Overcome by modesty, they rushed back into the water and prayed to him to return their clothes. Verse 1 vande bRndAvanacaram vallavI janavallabham jayantisambhavam dhAma vaijayantI vibhUshaNam I salute that divine effulgence named Gopala, who was born on this Sri Jayanthi day and roamed in the forests of Brindavanam wearing the unfading garland, known as Vaijayanti, made of wild flowers of the forest.
For a moment, he wanted to run away to escape his mother. He is wearing the peacock feathers peelis in his dark tresses. Gopala-upAsakas seat Him at the center of this inner triangle and enjoy His illustrious beauty. I see that divine gentleman, Whose breath wafted the fragrance of the VedasWhose pretty lips quivered, When he cried and laughed, With his form of a cow herd baby, And smiled in between the bouts of cry, At the approach of the deceitful mother And drank her life force and blessed her.
May that vision of this sweet, butter dance of Lord Gopala appear before my vimsathj With these and more AbharaNAs made of forest products, Gopala enchants the hearts of the adoring Gopis. May that mischievous Gopalan fond of Gopis be victorious!
He surprised her from behind and embraced her tightly. Let my desires be fulfilled by that, By the killer of Mura, Who with his front four teeth, Which are like the buds of Jasmine, Bites the aureole of the busts of his mother, And smiling looks at the face of Nanda. He is enjoying the prank that he played on the unsuspecting Gopis, who had left their clothes on the river bank and were engaged in taking morning abolutions.
He has the eternal and youthful beauty that qualifies Him to play with Her. It could be Radha also but Radha is rarely mentioned in the work of disciples of Ramanuja. Venugopalan plays on his flute and creates delightful music and casts his most merciful glances on the Gopis.
Our Lord, who is the protector of His universe adopted this posture as if he was a mere mortal.