Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 9). English edited by me. This is Guruguha Vibhakti kriti No. 7.
Raga: bhanumati / Tala: khaNDa tripuTa
P: guruguha svAmini bhaktim karOmi nirupamasvE mahimni paramdhAmni
A: karuNAkara cidAnanda nAthAtmani karacaraNAdyavayava pariNAmAtmani taruNOllAsAdipUjita svAtmani dharaNyAdyakhila tatvAtItAtmani
C: nijarUpajitapAvakEndu bhAnumati niratishayAnandE hamsO viramati ajashikSaNa rakSaNa vicakSaNasumati harihayAdi dEvatAgaNa praNamati yajanAdi karmanirata bhUsurahitE yamaniyamAdyaSTAHNgayOga vihitE vijayavallI dEvasEnAsahitE vIrAdi sannutE vikalparahitE
I bow in devotion to Guruguhasvami, he who possesses the unparalleled self-glory and is eternal.
He is compassionate, and the embodiment of eternal bliss. He who is the cause for the transformation of the limbs such as hands, legs and other organs, he is the personification of happiness. He transcends all realities such as earth, etc.
One whose effulgence exceeds the brilliance of the Fire, Moon, Sun, He revels in eternal happiness. He punished Brahma, and then protected him. He is wise, worshiped by Indra and other Devas. He helps the Bhusuras who perform Yagas, etc. He is meditated through Ashtanangayogas such as Yama and Niyama. He is accompanied by Vijayavalli and Devasena. He is worshiped by men of valour and devoid of Vikalpa.
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