Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 472). English edited by me.
P: sihmAsanasthitE sundara guruguha nuta lalitE cidAnandanAthOham vandEham vandEham
A: brahmAdi sakala dEvatArAdhita padayugaLE parashurAma parama bhAgavatapramukhOpAsita bagaLE
C1: kamalEshanuta maHNgalE kavijana nata maHNgaLE mantriNI daNDinI samUhAdi maHNgaLE
C2: hayagrIva kumbhajAdi pUjita nitya maHNgaLE niratishaya shubha maHNgaLE navanava vidha maHNgaLE
I, the Cidanandanatha, salute again and again goddess Lalita, seated on the lion throne, and praised by the handsome Guruguha.
Her feet are worshiped by Brahma and other celestials. She, as goddess Bagala, is worshiped by Pashurama and other distinguished devotees.
Oh Mangala, the auspicious one, extolled by Vishnu, and saluted by the noble poets, grants auspiciousness to Mantrini and Dandini who surrounded her.
She is the Nityamangala, the eternally auspicious one, worshiped by Hayagriva and others. She is the astoundingly auspicious one, who bestows innumerable boons.
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