|Ragam: Neelambari||Thalam: Misra Chapu|
Arohanam:S R2 G3 M1 P D2 P N3 S
Avarohanam: S N3 P M1 G3 R2 G3 S
satatam samsmarANIha sArasAkSa bhavantam syAnandurEshvara
ati sAndra mOhagADAndhakAra sancaya hati sArasa himakarAyitam jagadIsham
nirupama payO vArinidhi tunga tangaugha pariluTanEna param
parisa bhuvitata varamaNi rucivrtE sarasam shvEtAntarIpE
uraga kula nAyaka vara mancadalOpari parishAyinamanisham parama puruSam Isham
indivarAsita sundaravapuSamAnadaika padamIshvaram kudAvadA tAbha mandahAsa ruci
nandita bhUmIndram vrndAraka maharSi vrnda vanditamiha vantAru jana kalpapAda pAyitamahO
visada nAbhIpuTa vilasadabjavAsinAkrusha bhakti bharajUSAbhrshamudA
vidhinApi vihitatrayI ghOSa nishamanEna samuuditam trushi pUrNa karuNam
sudIna jana pAlakam prasamida bhava tApam padmanAbhamaham
Oh Lord Sarasaksha! one with eyes resembling the lotus! Lord of Syanandurapura! May I meditate on you forever!
Just as the rays of the moon make the louts flower close, you destroy the dense and dark ignorance. Oh, suzerain of the universe!
You recline on the great serpent resting on the white island, amidst the milky ocean rolling with great breakers, on whose shores lay scattered priceless gems. You are the supreme spirit, the lord of the world!
Your form is beautiful like the blue lotus. The paragon of all virtues. You are the manifestation of bliss. Your brilliant smile resembles the jasmine buds. Your smile delights goddess Earth and Lakshmi. The celestials and sages adore you. You are the wish-yielding tree to those who prostrate before you.
With great joy and devotion, Brahma chants the Vedas and Lord Padmanabha delight in the melodious recitation. I meditate on you, whose eyes are brimming with compassion. You are the protector of the dejected. You destroy the cycle of birth and death.