Publisher – Gita Press
Language – Hindi
Binding – Paperback
इस पुस्तकमें श्री सूरदास जी के द्वारा विरचित गोपी-विरह-सम्बन्धी 325 पदों का संग्रह है। इसमें अक्रूर जी के साथ श्रीकृष्ण के मथुरागमन के समय यशोदा एवं गोपियों की विरह-दशा का बड़ा ही मर्मस्पर्शी चित्रण किया गया है। The book consists of 325 poems describing heart-touching separation of Gopis. A heart rending vivid description regarding separation of Gopis and Yashoda, the foster Mother of Krishna, at the time of departure of Krishna along with Akrura to Mathura.
Publisher – Gita Press
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