by Śrīla Sanātana Gosvāmī | 552,965 words
The Brihad Bhagavatamrita by Sanatana Gosvami is a consummate rendering in Sanskrit verse of Vaishnava devotional spirituality as inspired by Krishna-Caitanya, or simply Caitanya (1486–1533). This is the English translation including the original Sanskrit text, roman transliteration (IAST), a word-by-by-word glossary and a commentary. The full ti...
cukrośa nārado modāj
jaya śrī-raghunātha he
cukrośa—cried out; nāradaḥ—Nārada; modāt—out of joy; jaya—glories; śrī-raghunātha—to Śrī Raghunātha; he—O; jaya—glories; śrī-jānakī-kānta—to the beloved of Śrī Jānakī; jaya—glories; śrī-lakṣmaṇa-agra-ja—to the elder brother of Śrī Lakṣmaṇa.
58. Nārada cried out in joy, “Glories to You, Śrī Raghunātha! To the beloved of Śrī Jānakī, all glories! Glories to the elder brother of Śrī Lakṣmaṇa!”
Approaching his destination and seeing the ecstasy of Hanumān, Nārada spontaneously expressed his own ecstasy in this way.