Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 116). English edited by me. This is a Panchabhuta Linga kriti.
Raga: bhairavi / Tala: rUpakam
P: cintaya mA kanda mUlakandam cEtah shrI sOmAskandam
A: santatam akhaNDa saccitAnandam samrAjyaprada caraNAravindam
C: maHNgaLakara mandahAsa vadanam mANikyamaya kAHncIsadanam aHNga saundarya vijita madanam antaka sUdanam kunda radanam uttuNga kamanIya vRSaturaHNgam bhairavI prasaHNgam guruguhAntaraHNgam pRthvIliHNgam
Oh mind, meditate on Shri Somaskanda, seated under the mango tree.
He is eternal. He is uninterrupted Saccidananda. He has the lotus feet captable of bestowing Samrajya.
He has an auspicious face, and lives in Kanchi, which is like the precious gems Carbuncle-Manikya. His body's splendor surpasses that of Cupid. One who destroyed the Antaka, his teeth are like jasmine buds. He has the beautiful, tall bull as His vehicle, is Bhairavi's beloved, and stays in the inner self of Guruguha. He manifests as Prithavilinga.
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