Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 324). English edited by me. This is a Panchalinga of Tirivarur kriti.
Raga: bilahari / Tala: rUpakam
P: hATakEshvara samrakSa mAm tapta hATakamaya liHNga mUrtE trayAtmaka
A: pATalI pAdapa mUla prakAsha pAtALa bilahari hayAdyamaranuta hATakakSEtranivAsa hamsarUpacidvilAsakOTikOTicidAbhAsaguruguhamAnasOllAsa
C: dArukAvanastha tapOdhanAdyugra tapah prabhAva sambhava mUrtE mEru shRHNga madhya sthita shrInagara vihAra parAshakti sahita kIrtE mAruti nadyarjunAdi bharatAcAryairavEdita narttana sphUrttE cAru smita mukhAmbhOja shashidhara sarasIruha pada vidaLita bhaktArttE gaurIpatE pashupatE gaHNgAdhara jagatpatEshaurivinutabhUtapatE shaHNkarakailAsapatE
Oh Hatakeshvara, please protect me, you whose Linga form is like molten gold, and is of the form of the three gods, Trayatmaka.
He who shines under the Patali tree, and is worshiped by Indra and other gods in Patala, he who resides in Hataka Kshetra, sports as pure consciousness in the form of the swan Hamsa, and shines in the minds of crores and crores of beings, he delights the mind of Guruguha.
He who manifested before the great sages in the forest of Daruka, in response to their severe penance, He attained fame because of the company of Parashakti, and abides in the Srinagara, amidst the peaks of Meru. He whose cosmic dance is beyond the comprehension of the great Acharyas such as Anjaneya, Nandi, Aruna, Bharata, etc., He whose lotus-like face sports an elegant smile and is adorned with the moon, His lotus feet remove the miseries of the devotees. The Lord of Gauri, Lord of living beings and the elements, is adorned with Ganga. He is the Lord of the universe. He is Bhutapati, revered by Vishnu, and the auspicious one who resides in Kailasa.
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