Translated by: S.N. Sastri & G. Sankaran.
This work contains three cantos or adhyäyas with 328 verses set in different metres. The subject matter of the work is clearly based on the tenth skanda of Srimad Bhagavatam which itself is a fruit plucked from the tree of Vedas. In the first canto the superhuman and enchanting beauty of Lord Krishna is visible clearly. The second chapter deals with the lilas in Gokula and Vrindavan. Final chapter takes to the transcendental glory and super terrestrial nature of the Lord.