Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 238). English edited by me. This is a Panchalinga of Tirivarur kriti.
Raga: kAmbhOji / Tala: khaNDa aTa
P: shrI valmIka liHNgam cintayE shivArddhAHNgam cintayE
A: shrI varadAyakam shrIpuranAyakam dEvatAdi vinuta divya vIthIviTaHNkam
C: kurukSEtra viriHnci yajHnOdbhava kArmuka dhara muraripu hata harihayAdyakhilAsura bhayOpadravaharaNacaNataram shaHNkaram sOmakulAmbikAmbhOja madhukaram guruguha janakam natajanakam kubEra sakham carmAmshukam surucira shirOdhRta shashAHNkam svayamprakAshakamtArakam
I meditate on Lord Valmikalinga, he who shares half of his body with goddess Parvati.
One who bestows auspicious boons, is the lord of Shripura, saluted by celestials, He is the divine Vithivitanka.
He is the destroyer of the fear and annoyance of Indra, of other celestials and of Vishnu who sports the bow, which emerged from the sacrifice performed by Brahma in Kurukshetra. Bestower of auspiciousness, holding deer in one hand, He is the honey bee hovering over the lotus-faced Parvati, born in the lunar dynasty. Progenitor of Guruguha, He is revered by Sanaka and other great sages. Friend of Kubera, He has elephant skin as his robe, and bears the crescent on his head. He is the self-luminous star.
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