Tyagaraja (1767 - 1847 / India)
Ragam : bangALa
Thalam : dEshAdi
GirirAjasutA tanaya sadaya
SuranATha mukhArcita pAdayuga! paripAlayamAm ibharAjamukha!
GananATha ! parAtpara ! sankarAgama vArinidhi rajanIkara ! PhanirAjakaNkana ! vighna nivAraNa ! shAmbhava ! srItyAgarAjanuta
O son of the daughter of the king of the mountains, O kind hearted one!
Protect me, O one who has the face of the king of the elephants. Your feet are worshipped by the king of the Gods.
O lord of the Ganas, O supreme one! You are the auspicious who is like a moon to the ocean like Vedas. The serpent king adorns your arm like a bracelet. You are the remover of obstacles. O son of Shambhu, Tyagaraja worships you.
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