Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 203). English edited by me. This is Nilotpalamba Vibhakti kriti No. 4.
Raga: kEdAragauLa / Tala: Adi
P: nIlOtpalAmbikAyai namastE jagadambikAyai
A: mUlAdhArakSEtra sthitAyai mucukunda varapradAyai mUlamantrAtmikAyai mUlAjHnAnahara guruguha varadAyai
C: kAmasaHnjIvinyai kamalAvANI sEvitAyai kalikalmaSa nAshinyai karuNAmRta rasapravAhinyai kAmEshvara mOhita kaulinyai kAmatantra vitaraNa naLinyai kamalEsha pUjita trikONAyai kAmitArtthapradanipuNAyai
I prostrate before Nilotpalambika, the mother of the universe.
She resides at Muladhara Kshetra, and is benevolent toward Muchukunda. She is the manifestation of Mula Mantra. She is kindly disposed toward Guruguha, who annihilates the primordial ignorance.
She brought Cupid back to life and is attended on by Lakshmi and Sarasvati. She is the obliterator of the evils of Kali. She is the ever-flowing stream of the essence of compassion. She is Kaulini, the enchanting consort of Kameshvara. She is Nalini, she who expounds the Kamatantra. She is established in the Trikona Chakra, and worshiped by Kamalesha-Vishnu. She is adroit at bestowing the desired boons.
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