|Ragam: Anandabhairavi||Thalam: Misra Chapu|
Arohanam:S G2 R2 G2 M1 P D2 P N2 S
Avarohanam: S N2 D2 P M1 G2 R2 S
AndOLika vAhanE jagatpatiyAm ambhOja nAbhan lasiccITunnu
indindirangaL koticcULalum madhu tundilamAm sumamAlika yaninjum
cAntElum kankamAr kaNDu mOhattAl centAr sAyakanennu manasi dhariccum
vEdAntarttahin tatvamennum sAravEdiyatAm muninivaharamuraccum
vAsavan munpAm vAnOrashEsam vanperum lOkaika nAthaanennarinjum
bhakta janamanpinALiyAkum shrI padmanAbhanennu dhIramuraccum
Lord Sri Padmanabha, the beloved of goddess Lakshmi, whose eyes are are as beautiful as blue lotus petals, giving satisfaction to the Andolika chariot, on which He shines on the fourth festival day while Indira and other celestials saluted the load with both palms joined above their head.
The lord of the universe, Sri Padmanabha glitters on the chariot Adolika Vahana.
He adorns fresh flower garlands, is surrounded by bees sucking the honey from flowers.
The charming maidens are overwhelmed with joy thinking that he must be Cupid.
The enlightened sages realized that He is the essence of Vedas. The celestials like India and others proclaim that he is the suzeain of the world.
The devotees with the assurance say that he is indeed Lord Padmanabha, the ocean of love.