प्रबन्धैर्ललितैर्नित्यं कृष्णलीलानुरन्जितैः |
श्रीनाथं कीर्तयामास परमानन्दवर्धनैः ||
कदाचित्तानसेनश्च सभायामग्बरस्य तु |
जगौ तन्मधुरं गीतं नन्ददासेन कीर्तितम् ||
सखी पश्य प्रियं कृष्णं यमुनातटकानने |
वादयन्तञ्च मुरलीं चरन्तं राधया सह ||
दिव्यपीताम्बरधरं केकीबर्हावतंसकम् |
कुर्वन्तं विविधां लीलां मञ्जुशिञ्जितनूपुरम् ||
तत्र श्रीनन्ददासश्च निलीनो वृक्षमूलतः |
अपश्यन्नन्दसूनुं तं वल्लवीचित्तरञ्जनम् ||
Daily he used to sing in praise of Shri Krishna. He used to compose many verses which could bestow immense divine bliss. Those verses were very beautiful as their theme was a ription of the divine pastimes of Shri Krishna. Once, in the royal court of Akbar, Tansen sang a beautiful verse composed by Shri Nandadasa.
The gist of the verse composed by Nandadasa
"Dear friend! Behold Krishna, my beloved! Behold Shri Krishna, who is walking slowly in Shri Brindavan located on the bank of the Yamuna. Accompanied by Shri Radha, He moves on playing melodiously on the flute. Look at Him! He is wearing an exquisite yellow silk dress. He is adorned with a peacock plume. He is wearing anklets that tinkle sweetly. He is engaged in varied sports. Hiding himself behind a tree there, Shri Nandadasa also saw that enchanting Shri Krishna who captivates all the Gopis".