|Ragam: Darbar||Thalam: Roopakam|
Arohanam:S R2 M1 P D2 N2 S
Avarohanam: R2 S N2 S D2 P M1 R2 G2 G2 R2 S
smara mAnasa padmanAbha caraNam sadA
aruNa vAriruha mada haraNa caNamamalam
sanaka shuka nAradAdi kalitam kamalAkara sarasIruha tataparamrtitam
vidhI shankara vinatamatim mrdulamaviratam vandArujana sura taru kisalayAyitam
patagAdhipa karadhrta vasanam kALiya phaNi phaNa raga racita shubha naTanam
jalajAtivita tAnga lasitam adhikamanam brndAvana viracita caraNam aghashamanam
vara ratna manjIramukharam nakhamaNi shashi kiraNahatA jnAna timiram su-manOjnya
muraLIgAna racita tALa caturam janana mrtiharaNaika siddauSama jaram
Oh Mind! Contemplate on the feet of lord Padmanabha!
They are skillful and untainted and win over the pride of the red lotus.
Those are meditated upon by Sanaka, Suka, Narada, and others. The lotus hands of the goddess Lakshmi constantly cares for them. They are ever adored by Brahma and Siva. They are like the wish-yielding tree to those who genuflect.
Those feet are held in the palms of Garuda (the king of birds). They danced on the hood of Kaliya (the great serpent), as a stage. The beautiful feet rest on the lap of goddess Lakshmi, who is born of the ocean. They wandered in Vrindavan and destroyed evil.
Those feet are adorned with jingling, gem studded anklets. The sun and the moon-like brilliance of your feet, remove the darkness of ignorance. They keep time to the melody of the lute skillfully. Those feet are the supreme remedy to the cycle of life and death, Oh the ageless one!