1. :i k\N: S:rN: m:m: :i k\N: S:rN: m:m:a :i k\N: S:rN: m:m:a, :i k\N: S:rN: m:m:a :i k\N: S:rN: m:m:a, :i k\N: S:rN: m:m:a :i k\N: en: p:r Ont:: m:D: ram:l:a n:d l:al: en: p:r Ont:: m:D: ram:l:a b:dav:n: c:nd, :i k\N: t:ra py:ara n:am: h raD: g::ev:d, :i k\N: t:ra py:ara n:am: h raD: g::ev:nd j:y:, raD: g::p:al: g::ev:nd g::ev:d g::p:aer p:al: k:I kh v:as:dv: ki n:dn:, k:I kh n:d l:al: k:I kh n:d l:al:, y:m:n:a ekn:ar k\N: knhyy:a, m:rl:i m:D:r B:j:r :i k\N: t:ra py:ar n:am: h
  2. (Shree Krishna is my refuge! I bow to Him, O Krishna, O Son of Nanda, how sweet is Your Name, O shining moon of Brindavan, Shree Krishna is a Name so dear, Praise to Govinda-Gopaala Krishna Beloved of Radha, Protector of the cows (and devotees), Some say that You are the Son of Vasudeva Others call You the Son of Nanda. On the bank of the river Yamuna, the child Krishna plays His flute so sweetly!)