Song Name: Jaya Jaya Jagannatha Sacira
By: Vasudeva Ghosa
jaya jaya jagannātha sacīra nandan
tribhūvana kore jār caraṇa vandan
nadīyā nagare daṇḍa-kamaṇḍalu-kar
keho bole purabete rāvaṇa badhilā
goloker vaibhava lilā prakāśa korilā
śri-rādhār bhāve ebe gorā avatār
hare kṛṣṇa nām gaura korilā pracār
vāsudeva ghoṣa bole kori joḍa hāt
jei gaura sei kṛṣṇa sei jagannāth
All glories, all glories to the dear son of Jagannatha Misra and Saci Devi! All the three worlds offer prayers unto His lotus feet.
In Nilacala He holds the conch shell, disc, club, and lotus flower, while in the town of Nadiya He holds a sannyasi staff and water pot.
It is said that in olden times, as Lord Ramacandra, He killed the demon Ravana. Then later, as Lord Krsna, He revealed the splendrously opulent pastimes of Goloka.
It is He who has come. He has come! Oh, from Vraja He has come to Nadiya. Accepting the mood and luster of Sri Radha, He has come from Vraja to Nadiya. He has come! Now Lord Govinda, the cowherd boy, has come as Lord Gauranga. He has come distributing the Hare Krsna Mahamantra!
Vasudeva Ghosa says with folded hands, “He who is Gaura is He who is Krishna is He who is Jagannatha.”