Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 163). English edited by me.
Raga: madhyamAvati / Tala: rUpakam
P: dharma samvarddhani danuja sam marddani dharAdharAtmajE ajE dayayA mAm pAhi pAhi
A: niramala hRdaya nivAsini nityAnanda vilAsini karma jHnAna vidhAyini kAHNkSitArttha pradAyini
C: mAdhava sOdari sundari madhyamAvati shaHNkari mAdhurya vagvijRmbhiNi mahAdEva kuTumbini sAdhujana cittaraHnjani shAshvata guruguha janani bOdharUpiNi niraHnjani bhuvanEsha durita bhaHnjani pAdaja vishvavilAsini paHncanadIshOllAsini vEda shAstra vishvAsini vidhi hari haya prakAshini
Dharmasamvardhani, who simulates righteousness, who destroyed the demons, daughter of the Himavan, you are unborn. Protect me out of your compassion.
She who inhabits the heart of the pure and delights in eternal bliss, she ordains both Karma and Jnana, and grants whatever is desired.
Sister of Madhava, beautiful incarnate, oh Shankari, extolled by the Raga Madhyamavati, she who has mellifluous voice and is spouse of Mahadeva delights the hearts of pious people. Mother of the eternal Guruguha, she is of the nature of enlightenment, is blemishless, is sovereign of the world, destroys all miseries, manifests herself as the universe by her feet, enchants Lord Panchanandisha, is the essence of the Vedas and the Shastras, she who illumines Brahma, Vishnu, and Paramashiva.
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