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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

NAVARATHRI - DAY 7 - NAVARATHRI KRITI & NAVAVARNAM


NAVARATHRI - DAY 7 - NAVARATHRI KRITI & NAVAVARNAM
NavarAtri kruti : 7th day (Lyrics courtesy: http://www.sangeetasudha.org/)
janani pAhi - Suddha sAvEri - miSra chApu

Pallavi:

janani pAhi sadA jagadeeSE dEvi smarahara vallabhE||

Anupallavi:
anavadyatara navahArAlankrutE manju
vanajAyata lOchanE vAhineetaTa vAsE 
|| 

Caranam:
1. SailarAja tanayE chanDa munDa nASini
SoolaSObhitakarE sundara rupE
phAlarAji tilakE parama krupAvati
pAlita sujana mAlikE sura
sAla kisalaya taru nijapAdE ||

2. mahita bAhubala mahishAsurAdi
gahana dahanAyitE gatamada sEvyE
suhAsita jitakundE SOna japAdhari
vihAra mama hrudi vidhu sadruSa mukhi
bahala malayaja bandurE lOka ||

3. parama pAvana Sri padmanAbha sahOdari
neelachikurE kEsarivara vAhE
charita doorita bhaktadara nikarE gouri
kuru krupAm mayi kuliSadhara mukha
pariNutE ghana durita hrutilOlE ||



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

shrI kamalAmbikAyAM bhaktiM karOmi (AvaraNa 7)
rAga: sahAna / tALa: tishra tripuTa



Pallavi:
shrI kamalAmbikAyAM bhaktiM karOmi
shritakalpa vATikAyAM
caNDikAyAM jagadambikAyAM || 

Anupallavi:
rAkAcandra vadanAyAM rAjIvanayanAyAM
pAkArinuta caraNAyAM AkAshAdi kiraNAyAM hrIMkAra vipinahariNyAM hrIMkArasusharIriNyAM
hrIMkAra taru maHnjaryAM hrIMkArEshvaryAM gauryAM || 

CaraNaM:
sharIratraya vilakSaNa sukhatara svAtmAnu bhOginyAM
viriHnci harIshAna harihaya vEdita rahasyayOginyAM
parAdi vAgdEvatArUpavashinyAdi vibhAginyAM
carAtmaka sarvarOgahara nirAmaya rAjayOginyAM
karadhRta vINA vAdinyAM kamalAnagara vinOdinyAM
suranaramunijanamOdinyAM
guruguhavaraprasAdinyAM || 

MEANING:

I offer my devotion to my mother, Shri Kamalambika, to She who resides in the garden palace of the wish-fulfilling gem Kalpavatika, and to Chandika, the mother of the universe.

She who has a lovely moon-like face, whose eyes are like the lotus bud, whose feet are praised by Indra, whose rays are the five elements such as space, She is the gazelle-eyed in the forest of Hrim. She who is the embodiment of Hrim, She is the presiding deity for the Mantra Hrim. She is Gauri.

She rejoices in Her own self of supreme bliss, the self which transcends the three states of existence: the casual, the subtle, and the gross. She who is the mystic Yogini, known only to Brahma, Vishnu, Rudra, and Hayagriva, She is differentiated as the Shakti Vasini, etc. and as the four states of development, the deity of speech. She is the healing Raja Yogini, who removes all illness, which is essentially transient. She who plays the Vina, which She holds in Her hands, who delights the Kamalanagara, who charms the Gods, men and sages, grants Guruguha the boon of Her grace.

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