Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 454). English edited by me. This is a Panchabhuta Linga kriti.
Raga: yamunA kalyANi / Tala: tishra Ekam
P: jambUpatE mAm pAhi nijAnandAmRta bOdham dEhi
A: ambujAsanAdi sakala dEva namana tumburunuta hRdaya tApOpashamana ambudhi gaHNgA kAvErI yamunA kambu kaNDyakhilANDEshvarI ramaNa
C: parvatajAprArtthitApaliHNgavibhO paHnca bhUta maya prapaHncaprabhO sarvajIva dayAkara shambhO sAmajATavi nilaya svayambhO sarva karuNA sudhAsindhO sharaNAgata vatsalArttha bandhO anirvacanIya nAda bindO nitya mauLi vidhRta gaHNgEndO nirvikalpaka samAdhi niSTha shiva kalpatarO nirvishESacaitanya niraHnjanaguruguhagurO
Oh Jambupati, protect me and give me the knowledge of the nectar of true bliss.
He is honored by Brahma and other celestials. He mitigates the affliction of the heart of Tumburu. He is of the form of water, the great ocean and the rivers such as Ganga, Kaveri, Yamuna. He is the beloved one of Akhilandeshvari, whose neck is as beautiful as a conch.
In deference to the prayers of goddess Parvati, the Lord manifested in the form of the Linga representing the element water. He is the Lord of the universe, which is made of five elements. He is Shambhu, who is compassionate toward all beings. He manifests of his own accord in the forest inhabited by elephants. He is the nectar-like ocean of mercy, and is the succour to those who take refuge in Him. He is the indescribable Nadabindu. He always holds the Ganga and the moon on His head. He is the Kalpaka tree, and is engaged in the desireless Samadhi, supreme consciousness. He is the father of the pure, faultless knowledge in the form of Guruguha.
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