|Ragam: Madhyamavati||Thalam: Adi|
Arohanam:S R2 M1 P N2 S
Avarohanam: S N2 P M1 R2 S
jita danujam parvatamidanujam mukundam
vimala tara pArvaNa vidha maNDala sadrsha kamanIya
mukham anishamara gandharvaAdyabhi nuta mata nIlam shata
kumbhOpamita rucira cElam padAmbujana pravanapAlam padmanAbham
kalasha bhava saunaka kamalAsana tanaya kalitam anupama
shamaladhana vallIdaLana shitakuThAram nAnA ratnOjjvala
bhUSha mudrAmkrpArasA kula nEtram acala dhIram padmanAbham
kara parilasadari kambu gadAmbujamuru
puNya bhrtalOka paribha janIya parimita guNa
vAsam kandarpa sundara tara tanu bhAsam syAnandUra-
pura kalitadhivasam shrI padmanAbham
I meditate upon Vanajaksha (the lotus-eyed). Oh, the conqueror of demons; brother of Indira; Mukunda!
The lord with a flawless moon-like charming face. The one with a blue hue and is praised by celestials and demigods. One who is draped in the attire that excels gold. Protector of the devoted ones, who prostrate at his lotus feet. One who is Padmanabha.
Worshiped by the sages like Agastya, Saunaka, and the son of Brahma. You are the incomparable sharp axe in cutting down the multitude of sins; adorned with various shining ornaments; eyes that are brimming with compassion, and mighty as the mountain. Oh, Padmanabha!
You hold conch, disc, mace, and lotus. The embodiment of virtues; praised by the people of the world; your effulgent form equals that of Cupid. Oh, Padmanabha! You dwell in Syanandurapura and worshiped.