|Ragam: Desakshi||Thalam: Jhampa|
Arohanam:S R2 G3 P D2 S
Avarohanam: S N2 D2 P M1 G3 R2 S
sarasIruha nAbham udAram kalayE
caraNavi natajana vibhudhasAlam dEvam
kamalAkara jalaja parimrdita tara caraNam khala dAnava kula dahana mati vasA Saranam
amitAmala guNa jaladhi mati rucirakaraNam hara vAsava vidhi vinutam ibha tApa haraNam
bhujagAdhipa shayana varashayitamuru bhAsam bhuja rAjita ratha caraNa dara mamala hAsam
rajanI kara sama vadana mati mudita dAsam rati nAyaka janaka mrjumati hrdaya vAsam
karuNAkaramAmrta mada shamana caNa bhASam kanakOpama vasana mati rucira nija vESham
dharaNI bharAhara hara malaghu caritadhuta dOSam taraNI bhAsura bhUSaNa maNi lasita vEsham
I worship the benevolent Sarasiruhanabha!
He is the wish-yielding tree to those who worship his feet. Oh, Lord!
His feet are fondly caressed by the lotus-like hands of goddess Lakshmi; He burns to cinders the whole clan of cruel demons. He is the refuge for the most helpless. He is the ocean of limitless, spotless virtues. Shiva, Brahma, and Indra adore him. He relieved the elephant from misery.
The vision of his reclining on the king serpent is exquisitely beautiful. He holds a discuss and a conch in his hands. He sports a pure and gentle smile. His face resembles the moon and gives joy to his devotees. He is the progenitor of Cupid. He dwells in the heart of honest ones.
He is very adept in speaking compassionately, the sweetness of which excels nectar. His garment shines like gold. His legend decreases the burden of the earth and removes sorrows. He is adorned with pearl garlands that radiate like the sun.