Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 392). English edited by me.
Raga: kAshIrAmakriya / Tala: Adi
P: shrI sundara rAjam bhajEham shrita kalpamahIruham mukhAmbhOruham
A: bhUsurAdi nikhilajanasEvitam buddha shuddha satva hRt bhAvitam vAsudEvamAnandasphUrtim vAHncita phaladAyaka bahu kIrtim
C: sOmAskanda vimAnastham madhusUdanam vRSabhAcala sadanam kAmajanakamatyadbhuta maNDUkAnAmAgama mahOtsava vibhavam kAmitaphaladAyakanUpura gaHNgAtIrtthaprabhAva mAdhavam shyAmam jAracOrashikhAmaNim shaHNkha cakra gadA khaDgapAnim sOmasUrya nEtram shubhagAtram sundara guruguha sannuti pAtram pAmaratva vAraNa sucaritram padmanAbhamindirAkaLatram
I worship Lord Sundararaja, he who is like a Kalpaka tree to his devotees, and has a lotus-like face.
He is praised by Bhusuras and all people. He is Vasudeva, meditated upon by those who are Satvika virtuous, and possess knowledge and pure minds. He sparkles with supreme bliss. He is greatly renowned for bestowing the desired boons on the devotees.
He is Madhusudana, established in the Vimana called Somaskanda, has Vrishabhachala for his abode, is the father of Cupid, and has the honor of a festival Mandukagama being celebrated. He is Madhava, and has the glory of possessing the Nupura Ganga holy water, which is capable of bestowing the desired boons. He has dark blue complexion, and is a well-known paramour. He holds a conch, a discus, a mace, and a sword in his hands. He has the sun and the moon for his eyes, and his form is auspicious. He is worshiped by the handsome Guruguha, has a life story, listening to which removes the ignorance of the devotees, and is Padmanabha, the Lord of Indra.
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