Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 167). English edited by me.
Raga: maNiraHNgu / Tala: mishra cApu
P: mAmava paTTAbhirAma jaya mAruti sannuta nAma rAma
A: kOmaLatara pallavapada kOdaNDarAma ghanashyAmaLa vigrahAbjanayana sampUrNakAma raghu rAmakalyANarAma rAma
C: chatracamarakaradhRta bharatalakSmaNa shatrughna vibhISaNa sugrIva pramukhAdi sEvita atrivasiSThAdyanugrahapAtra dasharathaputra mAniraHNgavalyAlaHNkRta navaratna manTape vicitra maNimaya sihmAsanE sItayAsaha samsthita sucaritra paramapa vitra guruguha mitra paHNkajamitra vamshasudhAmbudhicandra mEdinIpAla rAmacandra
Oh Pattabhirama, whose name Rama is glorified by victorious Maruti, please protect me.
Lord Kodandarama, your feet are soft, like the tender leaf. Your form is of dark blue in hue. You have lotus-like eyes. The perfect one, he is Raghurama and Kalyanaramachandra, bestower of auspicious things.
He is attended upon by his brothers Bharata, Lakshmana, and Satrughna, who bear his royal umbrella and the flywhisk Chatra and Chamara, while Vibhishana, Sugriva, and other eminent personalities bay obeisance to him. He is the recipient of the blessings of the great preceptors such as Atri, Vasishtha, and others. He is seated along with goddess Sita, his consort, on a unique gem-bedecked throne, in a hall decorated colorfully with precious gem-studded buntings. The story of his great life is the sanctimonious one, capable of bestowing salvation. He is the dear one of Guruguha, and is like the moon to the ocean of the solar dynasty. He is the protector of the Universe.
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