We are your bosom friends.
We live for you and you alone.
We hold your lotus-like feet above all else.
Can it be that you want to leave us today, O Lord of self-determined action,
Leave us to all our political problems?
Kuntī profoundly asks Kṛṣṇa not to leave.
What will become of us Pāṇḍava and Yadu,
With our big name and opulence, but without your audience?
The same that becomes of a lovely body
Without a soul.
None of this will have any of the beauty it has now,
It is attractive only because your lotus-like footprints
Decorate it with their own decorations.
“Mace-Wielder” (Gadādhara) is a name of Kṛṣṇa as a warrior and identifying him as Viṣṇu, who carries a mace (club) in one hand.
All our towns, lands, herbs, and vegetables,
Forests, hills, rivers, and lakes
Nourished by your…
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