Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 51). English edited by me. This is Nilotpalamba Vibhakti kriti No. 5.
Raga: gauLa / Tala: rUpakam
P: nIlOtpalAmbikAyAh param nahi rE rE citta
A: sAlOkAdi muktidAyinyAh surapatiguruguha sannuta caraNAyAh nIlaratanamaNi bhUSiNyAh niraHnjanyAh
C: sthUla sUkSmakAraNarUpiNyAh bAlacandrasEvita varadAyinyAh kailAsa vilasita kuLakauLa mArgayOginyAh
There is no one superior to the divine mother, the Nilotpalambika.
She who bestows salvation such as Salokya, she whose feet are worshiped by Indra and Guruguha, she is adorned with sapphire stones and is blemishless.
She is of the form of gross, subtle and causal bodies. She bestows boons on the crescent moon who worships her. She resides in Kailasa and is worshiped by Kula and Kaula sects.
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