Sloka Jihve kirtaya kesavam muraripum with meaning
Sloka ' Jihve kirtaya kesavam ' is taken from mukunda mala stotra. The Sloka represents the feelings of true Krishna devotee. Lord Krishna is one of the most popular Gods in Hinduism. He is believed to be the ninth incarnation of Lord Vishnu (in some regions Lord Krishna is considered as the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu). Lord Krishna was born during Dvapara Yuga out of four cyclic Yugas described in Hindu scriptures.
जिह्वे कीर्तय केशवं मुररिपुं छेतोभज श्रीधरम् ।
पाणिद्वंद्व समर्चय अच्युतकथाः श्रोत्रद्वय त्वं शृणु ।
कृष्णं लोकय लोचनद्वय हरेर्गच्छाङघ्रियुग्मालयम् ।
जिघ्र घ्राण मुकुंदपादतुलसीं मूर्धन्नमाधोक्षजम् ॥
Jihve keertaya kesavam muraripum ceto bhaja sridharam
Paani-dvandva samarcayacyuta-kathah srotra-dvaya tvam srinu
Krishnam lokaya locana-dvaya harer gacchanghri-yugmalayam
Jighra ghrana mukunda-pada-tulasim murdhan namadhokshajam
O tongue, praise the glories of Lord Keśava. O mind, worship the enemy of Mura. O hands, serve the Lord of Śrī. O ears, hear the topics of Lord Acyuta. O eyes, gaze upon Śrī Kṛṣṇa. O feet, go to the temple of Lord Hari. O nose, smell the tulasī buds on Lord Mukunda's feet. O head, bow down to Lord Adhokṣaja.