Song Name: Sachisutastakam
Author: Srila Sarvabhauma Bhattacarya
Language: Sanskrit
Music & Sung by: Yashoda Kumar Dasa

nava gaura-varaḿ nava-puṣpa-śaraḿ 
nava-bhāva-dharaḿ nava-lāsya-param 
nava-hāsya-karaḿ nava-hema-varaḿ 
praṇamāmi śacī-suta-gaura-varam

His complexion is the hue of fresh cream tinged with kunkum. He is the ever-fresh Cupid who shoots arrows of newly blossoming flowers. He bears newer and newer moods of emotional ecstasies. He is fond of performing novel dances. He makes ever-new jokes that cause much laughter. His brilliant luster is like freshly cast gold. I bow down to Gaura, the beautiful son of Mother Saci. 

nava-prema-yutaḿ nava-nīta-śucaḿ
nava-veśa-kṛtaḿ nava-prema-rasam 
navadhā vilasat śubha-prema-mayaḿ
praṇamāmi śacī-suta-gaura-varam

He is endowed with ever-fresh love of Godhead. His radiant luster is like the color of fresh butter. His fresh attire is arranged in ever-new fashions. He relishes ever-new mellows of love for Krsna. He shines in nine-fold new ways while executing the nine-fold processes of devotion. He is permeated with a most auspicious loving nature. I bow down to Gaura, the beautiful son of Mother Saci.

hari-bhakti-paraḿ hari-nāma-dharaḿ
kara-japya-karaḿ hari-nāma-param 
nayane satataḿ praṇayāśru-dharaḿ
praṇamāmi śacī-suta-gaura-varam

He is absorbed in devotion to Sri Hari. He maintains the chanting of the names of Hari. While chanting He counts the holy names on the fingers of His hands. He is addicted to the name of Hari. He always has tears of love welling in His eyes. I bow down to Gaura, the beautiful son of Mother Saci.

satataḿ janatā-bhava-tāpa-haraḿ
nava-leha-karaḿ jagat-tāpa-haraḿ
praṇamāmi śacī-suta-gaura-varam

He is always removing the suffering of material existence for mankind. He is the goal of life for persons who are dedicated to their supreme interest. He inspires men to become like honeybees (eager for the honey of Krsna-prema). He removes the burning fever of the material world. I bow down to Gaura, the beautiful son of Mother Saci.

nija-bhakti-karaḿ priya-cārutaraḿ 
praṇamāmi śacī-suta-gaura-varam

He motivates pure devotion unto Himself. He is most attractive to His beloved servitors. By His dramatic dancing He exhibits the characteristics of the King of paramours. He causes the minds of beautiful young village women to dance. I bow down to Gaura, the beautiful son of Mother Saci.

karatāla-valaḿ kala-kaṇṭha-ravaḿ
mṛdu-vādya-suvīṇikayā madhuram 
praṇamāmi śacī-suta-gaura-varam

He plays karatals as His throat emits sweet melodious sounds and the vibrant notes of the vina are softly played. He thus inspires the devotees to perform dramatic dancing that is infused with aspects of His own devotional service. I bow down to Gaura, the beautiful son of Mother Saci.

yuga-dharma-yutaḿ punar nanda-sutaḿ
dharaṇī-sucitraḿ bhava-bhāvocitam 
tanu-dhyāna-citaḿ nija-vāsa-yutam 
praṇamāmi śacī-suta-gaura-varam

He is accompanied by the sankirtana movement, which is the religious practice for the age of Kali. He is the son of Nanda Maharaja come again. He is the extraordinarily brilliant ornament of the earth. His preaching mood is suitably adapted to the cycle of birth and death. His consciousness is fixed in meditation on His own form of Krsna. He is always accompanied by His transcendental abode. I bow to Gaura, the beautiful son of Mother Saci.

aruṇaḿ nayanaḿ caraṇaḿ vasanaḿ 
vadane skhalitaḿ svaka-nāma-dharam 
kurute su-rasaḿ jagataḥ jīvanaḿ
praṇamāmi śacī-suta-gaura-varam

His eyes, the soles of His feet, and His clothing are reddish like the color that heralds the rising sun. As He utters His own names, His voice falters. He awakens a sweet flavor to life throughout the universe. I bow down to Gaura, the beautiful son of Mother Saci.