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Thursday, September 25, 2014

NAVARATHRI - DAY 6 - NAVARATHRI KRITI & NAVAVARNAM


NAVARATHRI - DAY 6 - NAVARATHRI KRITI & NAVAVARNAM
NavarAtri kruti : 6th day (Lyrics courtesy: http://www.sangeetasudha.org/)

saraseeruhAsana jAyE - pantuvarALi - Adi

Pallavi: 

saraseeruhAsana jAyE bhavati
sAmOdam ambA namAmi 
|| 

Anupallavi: purandarAdi surOttama suruchira
kireeTamaNi kiraNAnchita charaNE ||

Caranam: 
1. yAmineeSa manOjNatama ruchi
bhooma mada vinivAraNa paTusita
tAmarasa mrudu kOTaravAsini
sAmajarAja sadruSa gamanE
kAma manju surAsana nirupama
kanTheera chilli chAlana nihata
bheema nibiDAjNAna malE sula
lAma SObhita phAlatalE vara
hEmachAru bhushaNa lasitE mada
heena mauni hrudayikapadE sura
bhAminee nivaha geetaguNE SaSi
dhAma manda hasitE jaya bhagawati ||

2. mangaLAra vasAli vinA
sAngikara mrudu lAnguLidalA jita
tunga kalpaka kisalaya nivahE
durita sEvaka tApabharE
bhrunga sanchaya valayita sumasura
bheekruta dhammilla rachitamada
bhanga sagalAmbOdha kulE nava
pankajOpama nayanayugE lasa
dangarAga ghanasAra hariNamada
hArabhAsi kucha kumbhayugE hari
pungavOpamita madhyatalE pari
bOdha rupiNi parE jagadeeSwari ||

3. bAlachandra vatansini parijana
pAlanaikaparE ghana pAtaka Sailabhi durAyita charitE karu
NAlavAlayita hrudayE
mukhAkhila vandita
lOlaruchi lAlaka parivruta suvi
SAla ruchi niTilAyita vadanE
nAlamiva phaNi nAyakOpi ba
tAlapitumayi mahimAnam tE
toolatAm naya mAmOdyadavidyA
jAlamSu nanu bhArati sakalam
phAlalOchana mukhAkhila vandita

padmanAbha padasEvaka niratE ||



NAVAVARNAM:

Lyrics and meaning courtesy: http://www.medieval.org

kamalAmbikAyAstava bhaktOhaM (AvaraNa 6)
rAga: punnAgavarALi / tALa: tishra EkaM


Pallavi:
kamalAmbikAyAstava bhaktOhaM
shrI shaHNkaryAh shrIkaryA saHNgItarasikAyAh shrI 
||

Anupallavi:
sumasharEkSu kOdaNDa pAshAHNkusha pANyAh
atimadhurataravANyAh sharvANyAh kalyANyAh
ramaNIyapunnAgavarALi vijita vENyAh shrI 
||

CaraNaM:
dashakalAtmaka vahni svarUpa prakAshAntardashAra
sarva rakSAkara cakrEshvaryAh
tridashAdinuta kacavarga dvaya maya sarvajHnAdi
dashashaktisamEta mAlinI cakrEshvaryAh
tridashaviMshadvarNa garbhiNI kuNDalinyAh
dashamudrA samArAdhita kauLinyAh
dasharathAdinuta guruguha janaka shiva bOdhinyAh
dashakaraNa vRtti marIci nigarbha yOginyAh shrI 
||

MEANING:

I am the devotee of Kamalambika, who is the spouse of Shankara. She, the bestower of prosperity, is fond of music.

She who sports in Her four hands the arrows of flowers, sugar cane as bow, the rope noose Pasha, and the goad Ankusha. She whose speech is mellifluous, is the spouse of Shiva and the personification of goodness. She whose braided hair excels the beauty of lovely black bees which swarm around the Punnaga tree.

She is the goddess of the Chakra Sarvarakshakara, protecting all. Her essential nature is the fire. She is established in the ten Kalas and manifests in the inner circle having ten triangles. She is the goddess of the circle of Malini, which has ten Shaktis such as Sarvajna etc. She is of the form of the ten letters of the Ka and Ca groups and is worshiped by gods and others. She is Kundalini, encompassing the fifty letters. She is the goddess Kaulini, propitiated by ten Mudras. She is worshiped by Dasharatha and others, and bestows knowledge on Shiva, the father of Guruguha. The rays of Her inner radiance constitute the functioning of the ten Indriyas, the ten sense and motor organs.

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