|Ragam: Huseni||Thalam: Roopakam|
Arohana:S R2 G3 M1 P N3 D2 M1 P N3 S
Avarohana: S N3 S P D2 M1 P G3 R2 S
kanakamayamAyiDum kamala vAhanam adin mEl kanattoru kAntyoDu gamikkunnAdaravEnO
valamadanan vibhavamOdE vasudhaiyil cariccIDunnO valamdanan engilenjyu vilasum nEtra sahasram
kaLabhagatE kuLirmatiyO kanivODE vilasunnu kuLirmadingAgil uLLin uLavAgum angamenjyu
gaurI nAyakanAkum kailAsAdhIshvaranO gaurI nAtakanengil kamani munnA nEtramenjyu
atimahasA vilasITum kadirOnO vadabAlE kadirOnennAkilavan kathamEvam cAntanAvu
tAriitEn mozhi bAlE dhanapati ennAkilavan bhUri virUpAnganatO nIrajanAbhan nUnam
Oh! Who could be marching in procession with such grandeur in the effulgent golden lotus vehicle?
Is it Indra who annihilated the demon Vala, with all this retinue? If it is Indra, where are his sparkling thousand eyes?
Oh, friend Kalabhagate - having the gait of an elephant! or is it the refreshing Moon, who is roaming around the compassion? If so, where is the stain mark on him?
Or, is it Lor Siva, the beloved of Gauri? If so, where is the third eye?
Or, is it the Sun lord with his dazzling brilliance, tell me oh my dear? If so, how is it that he is tranquil?
Oh, Taritten Mozhi Bale - the companion having a mellifluous voice! If he is the Kubera the lord of wealth, then he would be horribly deformed, so no doubt, he has to be Lord Nirajanabha.