Sri Gopala Vimsati must have been very dear to Swami Desikan as indicated by his inclusion of the twelfth verse of this stotram in his esoteric. Stream Sri Gopala Vimsathi by Lakshmi Narayanan Narasimhan from desktop or your mobile device. Gopala Vimsathi – Learners Series. -vimsathi-learners-series/ Gopala Vimsathi consists of 21 slokas on Krishna.
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As he feigned fear at the sight of the approaching evil Puthana, he alternately cried and smiled. At that time, his sweet breath carries the fragrance of the Vedas. Victory to the playful one who, Sat daintily on the branch of goopala kunda tree, And took away all the cloths left by Gopis, Who were taking their bath in the river that is, The daughter of the sun god, And when requested for their cloths, Requested them to come out, And seek for the cloths with raised folded hands.
His feigned fright at his mother however made him stop. Who etched this embodiment of beauty wearing the charming peacock feathers in His vi,sathi As Yasodha went away, he checked around to make sure that she was out of sight and then pulled the tied mortar to the garden.
I remember the lad smiling with lips, Resembling the rosy leaf buds, Who had turned his neck out of fear, And who dragged the big mortar, In between the two trees and, Freed both of them of their, Tree form forever.
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I see that wonderful young Gopala next to me always. He is wearing the peacock feathers peelis in his dark tresses. The mischevous Gopalan, who stole the youth of the Gopis appears before them with many decorations that enhance his beauty. His smile was over the thought of what he planned to do next with the deceitful Puthana. Verse 11 anuyAyi manojna vam. View my complete profile. By the end of 14th centaury the followers of Saint Ramanuja had split in to Vadakalai and Tenkalai. Our Lord, who is the protector of His universe adopted this posture as if he was a mere mortal.
For a moment, he wanted to run away to escape his mother. 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 planted one of his feet firmly and he moved the other foot around in different directions, the gold necklaces, jewelery and the ankle bells on His holy feet producing a most delightful musical sound, which matched the laya patterns emanating from his mother’s efforts at churning milk.
Gopalan was bewildered by the sight of his angry mother. Victory to that flute which partakes the nectar, Flowing from the lips of VishnuWho has taken the form of a gopa lad, For protecting all the world, And to him who is being taught, The dancing steps along with the, Beats created by the tingling soundCreated by their bangles by the gopis.
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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.
I sing about that man who is the cause, Who is the way which is near salvation, Who is the great wealth of the forests, Who is as gross as the rain bearing clouds, Who has red lips vimsayhi of keeping the flute, And who exists as the state of mercy.
As he plays the flute on the banks of the Yamuna river during the moon-lit nights, the lovelorn Gopis engage in rAsa krIDa with him. Verse 7 parivattita kandharam bhayena smita phulladhara pallavam.
May that mischievous Gopalan fond of Gopis be victorious! He roams around with great desire for union with Gopis. He has on His lotus lips the conch known as Panchajanyam, whose sound is that of the holy praNavam symbolizing the essence of the Vedas. She saw Gopalan stealing butter again and ran towards him, rope in her hand, to tie him up as punishment.
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? Verse 18 lIlayashtIm karakisalaye dakshine nyasya dhanyAm amse vomsathi As He cries, his upper and lower lips quivers from the exertion.
He was not an ordinary baby.
He smiled with a sense of satisfaction that he duped his mother once again and his lips were rosy with that joy. When his mother stepped out of the kitchen for a moment, he put his hands into the pot and helped himself. She wanted to teach him a lesson vijsathi stealing butter.
In another reference this lady is Yasodha his mother.