Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 349). English edited by me. This is Nilotpalamba Vibhakti kriti No. 7.
Raga: pUrvagauLa / Tala: rUpakam
P: nIlOtpalAmbikAyAm bhaktim karOmi
A: nIlOtpalanAyakasamEtAyAm nikhilAgama sannutAyAm nIlAmbara puSpamAlAvRtAyAm
C: kavijanAdi mOdinyAm kamalEsha pAlinyAm sUryakOTiprakAshinyAm sUrijanOpAsita pUrvagauLaprakAshinyAm avidyAvidyAsvarUpiNyAm AraktavarNa rUpiNyAm ibhavadana guruguhAdi jananyAm
I have great devotion for goddess Nilotpalambika.
She who is in the company of Nilotpalanayaka, she is extolled by all Agamas, and is adorned with blue silk and blue lily flowers.
She makes happy the noble poet and others. She is protected by Lord Vishnu, and dazzles with brilliance like that of crores of suns. She is worshiped by the noble-minded people, and delights in the Raga Purvagaula. She is of the form of both ignorance and knowledge. The beautiful golden yellow-hued goddess is the mother of the elephant-faced Ganesha and also of Guruguha.
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