tumi-vrajera jivana, vraja-rajera prana-dhana,
tumi vrajera sakala sampad
krpardra tomara mana, asi' jiyao vraja-jana,
vraje udaya karao nija-pada
tumi—You; vrajera jivana—the life and soul of Vrndavana; vraja-rajera—and of the King of Vraja, Nanda Maharaja; prana-dhana—the only life; tumi—You; vrajera—of Vrndavana; sakala sampad—all opulence; krpa-ardra—melting with kindness; tomara mana—Your mind; asi'-coming; jiyao—give life; vraja-jana—to all the inhabitants of Vrndavana; vraje—in Vrndavana; udaya karao—cause to appear; nija-pada—Your lotus feet.
" 'My dear Krsna, You are the life and soul of Vrndavana-dhama. You are especially the life of Nanda Maharaja. You are the only opulence in the land of Vrndavana, and You are very merciful. Please come and let them all live. Kindly keep Your lotus feet again in Vrndavana.'
Srimati Radharani did not express Her personal unhappiness at being separated from Krsna. She wanted to evoke Krsna's feelings for the condition of all others in Vrndavana-dhama-mother Yasoda, Maharaja Nanda, the cowherd boys, the gopis, the birds and bees on the banks of the Yamuna, the water of the Yamuna, the trees, forests and all other paraphernalia associated with Krsna before He left Vrndavana for Mathura. These feelings of Srimati Radharani were manifested by Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, and therefore He invited Lord Jagannatha, Krsna, to return to Vrndavana. That is the purport of the Ratha-yatra car's going from Jagannatha Puri to the Gundica temple.
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