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dayita-dasa-nama 1
days 5
dealt 2
dear 24
death 10
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26 six
25 gopinath
25 supreme
24 dear
24 pure
23 fallen
23 gosvamis

Vaisnava Songs

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dear

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1 1, 1| krsna-presthaya--who is very dear to Lord Krsna; bhu-tale-- 2 1, 1| Prabhupalda, who is very dear to Lord Krsna, having taken 3 1, 1| Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati, who is very dear to Lord Krnsa, having taken 4 1, 1| saintly persons; priyah--dear; vaisnava--(of) the Vaisnavas; 5 1, 1| You. ~TRANSLATION ~O my dear Krsna, ocean of mercy, You 6 1, 1| hari-priye--O one who is very dear to Lord Krsna. ~TRANSLATION ~ 7 1, 1| Vrsabhanu, and You are very dear to Lord Krsna. ~ ~ 8 1, 2| ati-vallabhasya--who is very dear; vande--I offer obeisances; 9 1, 2| spiritual master is very dear, because he is expert in 10 1, 2| Lord; yah--who; priyah-- dear; eva--certainly; tasya-- 11 2, 6| in this world. But You, dear Krsna, are very kind to 12 2, 8| Yasoda calls to Krsna, "My dear Damodara, it is very late. 13 3, 8| prays to Lord Caitanya "My dear Lord, please be merciful 14 3, 8| Srila Rupa Gosvami said, "My dear Lord, You are the most munificent 15 3, 8| nityananda premananda-sukhi: "My dear Lord Nityananda, You are 16 3, 8| Dasa Thakura prays, "My dear Advaita Prabhu, husband 17 3, 9| ourselves. He says, "My dear Lord, I am very unhappy." 18 4, 3| Dasa Gosvami became very dear to Rupa Gosvami. Jiva Gosvami 19 4, 3| friend. Thus he became very dear to Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami. 20 4, 4| bhai, caitanya-nitai: "My dear brother, I request that 21 4, 4| Locana Dasa Thakura says, "My dear brother, you just try and 22 4, 4| He addresses himself, "My dear mind, you are entrapped 23 4, 11| Devi; priyayai-- who is dear; kesavasya--to Lord Kesava; 24 4, 11| Tulasi Devi, who is very dear to Lord Kesava. O goddess,


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