Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 470). English edited by me.
P: pUrNacandrambimba vijaya vadanE kamalAmbikE pAhimAm varadE guruguha janani shrI
A: puNyajana pUjitE nArAyani jagadambikE
C1: pUrNa phalaprada caraNE sarasvatImanOharE
C2: puSpita shuddhavasantE puNDarIka
C3: aharnisham prakAshamAna hamsadhvani virAjitE
C4: aparNE kuNDalini nAgadhvani sahitE dhvani sahitE sahitE hitE tE
Oh Kamalambika, you whose face exceeds the full moon in beauty, protect me. You are the giver of boons and the mother of Guruguha.
You are Narayani, the mother of the universe, worshiped by meritorious people.
She is the companion of Sarasvati, and has feet which bestow the fruits of boons in totality.
She shines like Spring in full bloom, and has hands like the lotus.
She exults, day and night, in the pleasant sound of swans.
She is Aparna, the Kundalini Shakti. She is in the Nagadhvani, is the embodiment of sound, is benevolent, and is that which is She.
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