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Annapurne Visalakshi Akhila Bhuvana Saakshi Kataakshi - sama - Dikshitar - VK Raman

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Published on Jul 5, 2012

Ragam: Sama (29th melakartha janyam)
Talam: Adi
Composer: Dikshitar
ARO: S R2 M1 P D2 S ||
AVA: S D2 P M1 G3 R2 S ||
Lyrics and Meaning Transcription: Mrs. Geetha Kalyanaraman & Mrs. Sharanya Shivkumar

Pallavi:
Annapurne Visalakshi Akhila Bhuvana Saakshi Kataakshi

Anupallavi:
Unnata Gartta Tira Viharini Omkarini Duritaadi Nivaarini
Pannagabharana Raajni Puraani Paramesvara Visvesvara Bhaasvari

Charanam:
Paysannapurita Manikyapatra Hemadarvi Vidhrutakare
Kayajaadi Rakashana Nipunatare Kanchanamaya Bhushana Ambaradhare
Toyajaasanaadi Sevitapare Tumburu Naaradaadi Nuta Vare
Trayaatita Mokshaprada Chature Tripada Shobhita Guruguhasaadare

Meaning: (From T.K. Govinda Rao's book)
Pallavi:
Oh goddess ANNAPURNA, VISALAKSHI-one with large eyes, please protect me.You are the witness for all the happenings in the world ("akhilabhuvanasakshi"). Please favour me with your glance ("katakshi").

Anupallavi:
She resides in the famous ("unnata") GARTTATIRA -kuzhikkarai ("gartta-tira-viharini"). She is of the form of OMKARA.("omkarani"). She alleviates ("nivarini") one's affictions ("duritadi ").
She is the consort ("rajni") of Lord SIVA who adorns ("-abharana") himself with serpents ("pannaga"). She, the ancient ("purani") one. She is the luminosity ("bhasvari") of Lord PARAMESHVARA ("visvesvara").

Charanam:
She holds in one hand ("vidhrta-kare") a gem studded vessel ("manikya patra") brimming ("purita") with sweetened rice-PAYASANNA and in the other hand ("vidhrta-kare") a golden ("hema") spoon ("darvi").
She is adept ("nipuna-tare") in protecting ("rakashana") Cupid ("kay-aja") and others ("aadi").
She is adorned ("dhare") with oranate ("bhushanam") golden jewels ("kancana-maya") and golden silk ("ambara").
She is worshipped ("sevitapare") by BRAHMA ("Toyajaasana") and eminent sages ("adi") like TUMBURU and NARADA.
She is skilful ("chature") in bestowing salvation ("moksha") which is above ("atita") the DHARMA-ARTHA-KAMA ("traya "). She is beloved mother of GURUGUHA ("tripada sobhita") ("guruguha-sadare")

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