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|| jaya jaya padmanAbha murArE
jaya jagadeeSa ramAkAnta
| Victory to Lord Padmanabha the destroyer of demon Mura.
Victory to the lord of Lakshmi. Victory to the lord of the universe.
|| nayana vinindita naLina ruchiradaLa
natajana Subhakara nArada sEvita
His beautiful eyes humble lotus petals.
He bestows happiness to devotees.
Sage Narada worships him.
| C 1
nigamAgama vEdya neerajasama charaNa
bhOgi bhOgi Sayana bhAsura jaladAbha
vAgeeSAdi surajAla virachita nijasEva
vigata dOsha murArE virachaya Subhamayi ||
He is comprehended by Vedas and Agamas. His feet are beautiful like lotus
flowers. He reclines on Adisesha serpent. He shines like clouds.
Brahma and other celestials adore him. He is unblemished.
He blesses us delightfully.
| C 2
paramahamsa nivaha pariNuta janArdana
suradAna kAntijita chArukunda mukha
parASarAtmaja prOkta bhAgavatAdi
chArucharita SravaNarata Subha vitaraNa ||
Supreme Yogis worship him. His teeth are bright like
blossoming jasmines. He admires Bhagavatha and other Puranas written by
sage Vyasa, the son of Parasara. He showers happiness.
| C 3
parama bhakta divAkara kAmapurANa
parilasa mama hrudi purNa chandrAnana
vara vanchi mArtAnDa varma kruta lakshadeepa
bhoori manOjNamaha pramudita krupAvAsa ||
He fulfilled the desire of devotee Divakara.
Oh Lord, your face is beautiful like the full-moon. Please dwell in my heart.
King Vanchi Martanda Varma celebrated festival of one lakh auspicious lamps.
Oh Lord Padmanabha, kindly remain in my heart delightfully.