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NRITYER TÁLE TÁLE NRITYER CHANDE
OI ÁSE VASANTA OI ÁSE

KUÁSHÁY D́HÁKÁ TARU ÁLO JHALAMALA HOYE
NAVA KISHALAYE PHULE PUNAH HÁSE
OI ÁSE VASANTA OI ÁSE

VAN PHÚL ÁBHARAŃE SÁRÁ TANU D́HÁKIÁ
ÁLU THÁLU ELO KESH ÁKÁSHE MELIÁ
PÚRVASHÁ NRITYER CHANDE CHUT́IÁ CALE
SUSHOBHANÁ PRAKRTI MADHUMÁSE
OI ÁSE VASANTA OI ÁSE

MALAYER D́HEU ÁSE UŚŃA JALADHI HÁSE
SARE JÁOÁ MADHURIMÁ PHIRE ÁSE
JÁR EI MADHURIMÁ JÁHÁR EI GARIMÁ
TÁHÁR KATHÁT́I MANE SADÁ BHÁSE
OI ÁSE VASANTA OI ÁSE

NRITYER TÁLE TÁLE NRITYER CHANDE
OI ÁSE VASANTA OI ÁSE


In the cadence of dance,
in the rhythm of dance,
spring comes and comes.

The fog shrouded trees now glitter with light
and again smile.
New flowers and leaves cover the earth's body
with ornaments of wildflowers,
spreading their disheveled hair all over the sky.

Spring rushes in the rhythm
of the purvasha* dance,
adorning nature with beauty
In this month of sweetness,
spring comes and comes.

Waves of sea breeze waft aloft.
The warm ocean laughs and smiles;
all departed charms return again.
The one who is the source
of this sweetness and splendour
in thoughts of Him the mind blissfully floats.


* an oriental dance with quick, fleeting movements








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