Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 76). English edited by me. This is Guruguha Vibhakti kriti No. 6.
Raga: pUrvi / Tala: mishra cApu
P: shrI guruguhasya dAsOham nOcEt cidguruguha EvAham
A: bhOga mOkSAtmaka caraNasya bhUpurAdi navAvaraNasya yOgibRndAntahkaraNasya yOgapIThAdi kAraNasya
C: sanakAdi pUrvIka munigaNa sannutAnanda vigrahasya vanajabhavAdi sakalasumanO vAHnchitarthAnugrahasya jananalayAdi rUpa prapaHncAjHnAnakArya nigrahasya manana dhyAna samAdhiniSTha mahAnubhAvahRd gRhasya dinakarakOTi vibhAsvarasya tEjOmaya jagadIshvarasya janaraHnjanakarasya varasya sarvatmAt parasya harasya
I am the humble servant of Guruguha, or else I myself am of the form of Guruguha himself.
He whose feet bestow prosperity and salvation, who has nine sheaths, Avaranas, such as Bhupura, etc., he resides in the heart of a host of Yogis, and is the substratum of Yogapitha.
He who is worshiped by ancient sages such as Sanaka, etc., who is of the form of bliss and bestows boons desired by Brahma and other celestials, he resides in the hearts of Yogis who practice Manana, Dhyana, Samadhi and Nishtha. He whose brilliance equals a crore of suns, who is all effulgence, Lord of the universe, who bestows boons that delight everyone, he is above everything, and obliterates sins.
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