Abstracted from: Compositions of Muddusvami Dikshitar by Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. K. Govinda Rao, published in Chennai 1997 (No. 345). English edited by me. This is a Panchalinga of Tirivarur kriti.
Raga: nIlAmbari / Tala: mishra cApu
P: siddhIshvarAya namastE jagat prasiddhEshvarAya namastE
A: buddhEshvarAya parAya varAya bhuktimuktipradacaturatarakarAya shuddhasatva guNAkarAya vishuddhacakra nilayAya nitya sukhatarakarAya shaHNkarAya
C: nirmalahRdayavihArAya harAya nIlAmbarAkArAya shrIkarAya carmAmbaradharAya canrashEkharAya shabdAdi paHncatanmAtrAdhArAya dharmAdyakhilapuruSArttha pradAyaka guruguhakumArAya karmajHnAna yOgasAkSAt kArAya vidaLita mArAya
I salute Lord Siddhishvara again and again. He is the one of great renown.
He is the foremost among the learned ones. He is supreme, with none his equal. His skillful hands dispense ephemeral and eternal bliss. He is Shankara, established in Vishuddhacakra, confering eternal bliss on his devotees.
He, the Hara destroyer of evils, resides in the hearts of the pious ones. His form is adorned with blue silk and always bestows good fortune. He is clad in tiger skin and is adorned with a crescent moon on his head. He is the source of the five subtle elements, such as sound, etc. He confers all the four values, beginning with Dharma. Guruguha is his progeny. He, who subdued Cupid, manifests through Karma, Jnana, and Yoga.
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