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This Stotra has been composed by Sage Bilvamangal also known as Lila Sukh. The Govind-Damodar Stotram is the ecstasic outpouring of pure Bhakti of this great servant of Lord Krishna. This stotra focuses on the following names of Lord Krishn:

 

Govind – He who lifted the earth (Go) Or He who is the chief of cows.

 

Damodar – He who is known by knowledge got by self restraint or He who was tied by Mother Yashoda in the stomach or He who keeps the enitre universe in his belly called Dhama.

 

Madhav – He who was born in the family of Madhu.

 

 

Govind Damodar stotra English

 

 

Karaar vinden Paadar vindam

Mukhaar vinde Vinivesh yantam

Vatasya Patrasya Pute Shayanam

Balam Mukundam Mansa Smarami. 1

 

The one who keeps his lotus like feet on his lotus like mouth with his lotus like hand, I think of Baal ( baby) Mukund who sleeps on the vata patra( leaf of banyan tree) . 1

 

 

 

 

Vikretu Kama Kil Gop-kanya

Murari-Paadarpit-Chitt-Vrttih

Dadhyadikam Mohavashaad vochad

Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 2

 

Though desiring to sell milk, dahi, butter, etc., the mind of a young gopi was so absorbed in the lotus feet of Krsna that instead of calling out Milk for sale, she bewilderedly said, Govind!, Damodar!, and Madhav! 2

 

Grihe Grihe Gop-Vadhu-Kadambah

Sarve Militva Samavapya-yoge

Punyani Namani Pathanti Nityam

Govind Damodar Madhaveti। 3

 

In house after house, groups of gopis gather on various occasions, and together they always chant the transcendental names of Krishna: Govind, Damodar, and Madhav. 3

 

Sukham Shayanaa Nilye Nije-pi

Namaani Vishno Pravdanti Martyah

Te Nishchitam Tanmayataam Vrajanti

Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 4

 

Even pleasantly lying down in the bed room, those men who repeat the names of Lord Vishnu, would attain a form similar to you, Oh Govind, Oh Damodar and Oh Madhav.4

 

Jihve Sadaiv Bhaj Sundarani

Namani Krsnasya Manoharani

Samast-Bhaktarti-Vinashanani

Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 5

 

O my tongue, always worship these beautiful, enchanting names of Krsna, Govind, Damodar, and Madhav, which destroy all the obstacles of the devotees. 5

 

Sukhavasane Tvidmev Saaram

Duhkhavasane Tvidmev Geyam

Dehavasane Tvidamev Japyam

Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 6

 

Indeed, this is the essence found upon ceasing the affairs of mundane happiness. And this too is to be sung after the cessation of all sufferings. This alone is to be chanted at the time of death of ones material body: Govind, Damodar, Madhav! 6

 

Shri Krshn Radhavar Gokulesh

Gopal Govardhan-Nath Vishno

Jihve Pibasva Mritmetdev

Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 7

 

O tongue, utter only these nectarean names, Shri Krsna, dearmost of Shri Radha, Lord of Gokul, Gopal, Lord of Govardhan, Vishnu, Govind, Damodar, and Madhav. 7

 

Tvaamev Yaache Mam Dehi Jihve

Samaagate Dand Dhare Kritaante

Vaktavya Mevam Madhuram Su-bhaktya

Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 8

 

O my tongue, I ask only this, that upon my meeting the bearer of the scepter of chastisement (Yamaraja), you will utter this sweet phrase with great devotion: Govind, Damodar, Madhav! 8

 

Jihve Rasagye Madhur-Priya Tvam

Satyam Hitam Tvaam Paramam Vadami

Aavarnayetha Madhuraksharani

Govind Damodar Madhaveti. 9

 

O my tongue, you are fond of sweet things and are of discriminating taste; I tell you the highest truth, which is also the most beneficial. Please just recite these sweet syllables: Govind, Damodar, and Madhav. 9

There is an ancient story behind this verse “Kararvinde Padarvindam”  where Bala Krishna keeps his lotus like feet on his lotus like mouth with his lotus like hand & who sleeps on the vata patra( leaf of banyan tree) .

 

kararavindena padaravindam

mukharavinde viniveshayantam

vatasya patrasya pute shayanam

balam mukundam manasa smarami. 1

 

It is mentioned in our scriptures like Bhagwat Puran , Mahabharat etc that : During the dissolution of the universe, the sage Markandeya witnesses the horror of the great deluge, as humanity disappears under water. Suddenly, he spots a little child floating on a banyan leaf on the dangerous torrents, grabbing his lotus-like toe and placing it in his mouth.Bala Gopala, the miraculous baby Krishna, lies on a banyan leaf, content, innocent, with a hint of amusement on his face. All around him, waters rise to submerge the continents and mountains, drowning every forest, river valley, desert and island. He is unaffected by the pralaya (doomsday), while sage Markandeya watches the miracle, amazed. Markandeya finds himself sucked into the baby’s body and, to his surprise, discovers the whole world, with all its realms, safely tucked inside the child, quite oblivious to the calamity outside. The great sage then realises that the baby is a god, who has withdrawn the world into himself before recreating the universe.

 

 

 

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. saroj vekaria

    Many thanks for the translation. Still would have preffered word for word but better than what is out there at the moment

  2. Alex

    Hare Krishna 🙏 thank you its apreciate.

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