|Ragam: Shankarabharanam||Thalam: Adi|
Arohanam:S R2 G3 M1 P D2 N3 S
Avarohanam: S N3 D2 P M1 G3 R2 S
nrtyati nrtyati sAmbashivO dhrkTa tOm dhrkTa tOm dhrkTa tOm dhrkTa tOm iti
pAda shObhi maNi nUpura viracita bhAvuka khaNa khaNa raNitamuditamati
rAdarENa purUhuta kalitavarahAri vENuruta lOla mauliriha
nandikEshvara suvAdi taDamaruga nandanIya Dumu Dumurava parasura
sundarIkara vilOLita cAmara vrnda Esashi shusOma dharOpada
pApahIna muni sEvita padayuga padmanAbha sahajApatira sharaNa
tApa dAraNa parOyama nindita dhanya shIla nivahOgiri shObahu
Lord Siva dances to the syllable "dhrkttom dhrkttom"
He is always spotless in form; bestows auspiciousness and knowledge to the depends who worship in the evenings at sandhya.
With gem studded anklets in his legs sounding "ghana ghana" and worshiped with reverence by Indra and others and nodding to the sound of the flute.
One who delights in the sound of "dumu dumu" played in the Damaruka by Nandikesvara; one who is surrounded by celestial damsels fanning with Camaras and the one who is adorned with a crescent moon.
One whose feet are worshiped by sages devoid of sin; one who is the consort of lord Padmnabha sister; one who is skillful in dispelling the miseries of the hapless; one who opposed Yama and is among the host of virtuous ones.