Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 33). English edited by me. This is a Panchalinga of Tirivarur kriti.
Raga: bhUpALam / Tala: Adi
P: sadAcalEshvaram bhAvayEham camatkArapuragEhamgirijAmOham
A: sadAshrita kalpavRkSa samUham sharaNAgata dEvatAsamUham udAjyakRta nAmadhEyavAham cidAnandAmRtapravAham
C: camatkAra bhUpAlAdi prAsAdakaraNa nipuNa mahAliHNgam chAyArahita dIpa prakAsha garbhagRhamadhyaraHNgam samasta duhkhAdi hEtubhUta samsArasAgarabhayabhaHNgam shamadamOpavRtyAdisamyukta sAdhujanahRdayasarasijabhRHNgam kamalavijayakara vidhRtakuraHNgam karuNArasa sudhArNavataraHNgam kamalEshavinuta vRSabhaturaHNgam kamalavadana guruguhAntaraHNgam
I meditate on Lord Sadachaleshvara, he who has his abode in Chamatkarapura, and is the beloved one of Girija.
He who is the Kalpataru to those who seek refuge, he who is the savior of the group of celestials seeking protection, he who wears the significant name of one who was worshiped with a lamp lit with water instead of ghee, He is of the form of the nectar-like flow of pure consciousness and bliss.
The Lord Mahalinga, who skillfully protected with grace the king Chamatkara Bhupala, who resides in the midst of a sanctum sanctorum, wherein the shadows of the glowing lamps do not fall, he who breaks down the fear of this ocean-like mundane life, which is the cause for all kinds of sorrows, He is like the bee hovering in the lotus-like hearts of good people, who possess control over their minds and senses. He bears a deer in his hand, which conquers the lotus. He is the nectar-like ocean of mercy. The Lord who has the sacred bull as his vehicle, extolled by Vishnu, resides in the heart of lotus-faced Guruguha.
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