Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 1). English edited by me.
Raga: kanakAmbari / Tala: rUpakam
P: kanakAmbari kAruNyAmRtalahari kAmAkSi mAmava kAmEshvari
A: dinakaracandratEja prakAshakari dEvi mahAtripura sundari shaHNkari
C: trailOkyamOhanAdi cakrEshvari traipada parabrahma mahiSi bhAsvari sAlOkAdi mukti pradAnakari sadAshivakari guguguhOdayakari mUlAdi navAdhArEshvari shubhakari nIlAlakadhari nityAnandakari lIlA vishvOtpatti sthiti layakari bAlA paramEshvari paHncadashAkSari
Oh Kamakshi, who adorns golden dress, who is brimming with nectar of compassion, and is the beloved of Kameshvara, kindly protect me.
She, the cause of the brilliance of the sun and moon, is Mahatripurasundari, and the bestower of good fortune.
She resides in the Chakra of Trailokyamohana, she who is the spouse of Traipada Parabrahma. She who is resplendent, and bestows liberation such as Salokya, She always grants auspiciousness, and is the cause for the emergence of Guruguha. She is the substratum of Navadhara, such as Mula, etc. She whose locks are black, she gives etneral joy and sports in Creation, Sustenance and Dissolution. She is Bala, Parameshvari, and is invoked by Panchadashakshara.
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