Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 213). English edited by me. This is Guruguha Vibhakti kriti No. 5.
Raga: balahamsa / Tala: jhampa
P: guruguhAdanyam na jAnEham guptAgamArttha tatva prabOdhinO
A: aruNOdayAnanta kOTi brahmANDAkAra shivAdi dharAnta tatva svarUpiNO
C: sahasradaLa sarasija madhya nivAsinahsakala candra bhAskara tEjah prakAshinah sahajAnanda sthita dAsa vishvAsinah saccit sukhAtmaka vishva vilAsinO aharahah prabala hamsa prakAshAtmanOdahara vidyApradAyaka paramAtmanO jahadajahal lakSaNayA jIvaikyAtmanO rahah pUjita cidAnanda nAthAtmanO
I do not know of any god other than Guruguha. He knows the true import of the secrets of the Vedas.
He is the rising sun, and pervades at the essense, from the manifested countless worlds to the supreme Shiva.
He who resides amidst the thousand-petalled lotus and the luminescence of the moon and sun, the devotees who are established in bliss are dear to Him. He sports in the universe as the Sat-Cit and Sukha. He reveals the self-effulgent form to the Yogis again and again. He is the supreme being, bestowing knowledge of Dhahara Vidya. He reveals through Jahal and Ajahal Lakshanas the harmonious union of the individual soul with the supreme self. He is to be worshiped in seclusion as the soul of Cidanandanatha.
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