Dani samajendragamini

Ragam: Thodi Thalam: Adi

Aa:S R1 G2 M1 P D1 N2 S
Av: S N2 D1 P M1 G2 R1 S

dAni sAmajEndra gAmini tapAmiha kAmini

mAninI sukhadAni madhumAsa cAru dinAni mAnanIya shrI padmanAbha dhutAni mamatu mOdhAni

caraNam 1
gAna parANihALi kulAni
(svara sAhityams)
1. gADhasAnvayapi kOpi vitapini

caraNam 2
gAma laghu sa purApatira krtayAmahaha bahudhA hrdila gati

caraNam 3
mApa mApata tAkhilAdhi bharApaha sucarita mAkalaya madhu
rasa madhurima sadrsha vacasamati mrduhasa mayi mayi sarasa mihahi

caraNam 4
pAtumayimA sumasharA shugapari patana nIrasa dhrata
visAmupadhAnita bAhulatA madhunAsmrtE mahAniha nahi nahi
kima paramavashata tamAssuradhanIpatIm apAnnidhimrtE vishati


Oh, Samajendragamini-having the gait of king elephant! You are benevolent.  Pray, lovely maiden, I am consumed by desire, pining for the love of my lord.
Oh, an Estimable and agreeable friend!  The pleasant days of the spring season have become worthless and wasted because the venerable Sri Padmanabha has abandoned me.
Oh, Madhupaveni-hair like the swarm of bees! I am afflicted in the night by the arrow-like rays emitting from the full moon, which reminds me of my youthful matchless lord.
A Swarm of bees is humming.
The cuckoo birds, perching on the tree are engaged in a warm embrace.
Alas! I alone remain still separated from my beloved.  Lord has largely left me helpless without any other resource than your help.
Friend! Please bring my virtuous lord unto me, who alone can remove all my anguish.  Please bring forth my charming and benevolent lord, whose lips are adorned with an everlasting sweet smile.  His words are as sweet as honey.
I cannot bear the weight of the flowery arrows of Cupid any longer.  My heavy bosom is pulsating uncontrollably like a slender creeper. Oh, my friend! Tell me, why the great lord is not coming to rejuvenate me and save me from withering away?
My friend! I request you to fulfill my heart's desire for the immediate company of my lord.  Just like the Cakora-the ruddy goose, I am helpless and frustrated by the pangs of separation.  Nothing in this life, even the sight of the bright morning horizon,  the cool breeze from the mountain carrying the fragrance of the morning flowers;  I swear, brings me solace and happiness.  Hence Oh Kamini! I entreat you to bring my lord, whose is the paragon of finest attributes, to me immediately.