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Sri Sri Navadvipa-bhava-taranga
(Waves of Ecstatic Moods in Navadvipa-dhama)

Bengali Verses composed in 1899 by Thakura Bhaktivinoda
(Translation by Dasaratha-suta dasa)

January 1993

Contents
Topics (Verses)

Introduction...............................................3
The glories of Navadvipa and Vrindavan (1).................5
The beauty of transcendental Navadvipa (7).................5
Sri Antardvipa (Mahavan of Braja) (8)......................5
The glories of Mayapur (Gokula) (9)........................6
Isodyana (The Lord's Garden) (15)..........................6
Sri Ganga Nagar (20).......................................7
Bharadvaja Tila (21).......................................7
Sasthi Tirtha (Mathura in Madhuvan of Braja) (22)..........7
Saradanga (23).............................................7
Simanta-dvipa (24).........................................7
Bilva-paksa-vana (Bilvavan of Braja) (25)..................7
Isodyana (The Lord's Garden) (26)..........................7
Kajira Sodhana (Visrama Sthala) (30).......................7
Sridhara Kutira (Sridharangana) (30).......................7
Suvarna Bihara (33)........................................8
Sri Nrsimha Puri (Deva Palli) (35).........................8
The mercy of Sri Nrsimha to the author (36)................8
Alakananda (41)............................................8
Kasi-ksetra (Hari-hara-ksetra) (41)........................8
Godruma-dvipa (Nandisvara of Braja) (42)...................9
Brahmana Puskara (55).....................................10
Uccha Hatta (Kuru-ksetra) (56)............................10
Midday sankirtana pastimes of Gauranga (57)...............10
Pancha Veni (62)..........................................10
Kola-dvipa (Bahulavan of Braja) (65)......................11
Varaha Ksetra (65)........................................11
Kuliya Pahar (66).........................................11
The school of Vidya Vacaspati (67)........................11
Vision of Sri Gauranga's sannyasi form (68)...............11
Samudragar (Ganga Sagar) (72).............................11
Champa-hatta (Khadiravan of Braja) (76)...................12
Ritu-dvipa (Radha Kunda of Braja) (79)....................12
Balarama and Krsna's cowherding pastimes (80).............12
Vidya-nagar (85)..........................................13
Gaura-sundara's pastimes of gaining knowledge (89)........13
Jahnu-dvipa (Bhadravan of Braja) (94).....................13
Bhisma Tila (96)..........................................14
Bhisma-deva appears and instructs the author (97).........14
Modadruma-dvipa (Bhandiravan of Braja) (109)..............15
The author's vision of Sita, Rama and Laksmana (112)......15
Vaikunthapur (117)........................................16

Table of Contents (continued)
Topics (Verses)

Arka Tila (120)...........................................16
The Sun-god appears to the author (121)...................16
Mahatpur (Kamyavan of Braja) (124)........................16
Topics of the Pandavas (125)..............................16
Draupadi appears to the author (129)......................17
Rudra-dvipa (same as Mount Kailasa) (132).................17
The author meets the goddess called Nirvana (135).........17
The author meets Lord Shiva (142).........................18
Sri Pulina (Rasa Mandala) (146)...........................18
Meeting Ananga and Rupa Manjari, Lalita Sakhi (147).......18
The dream breaks (163)....................................20
Prayers (166).............................................20
Benediction on the readers (168)..........................20

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