Wednesday, August 31, 2011

శ్రీ మహా గణపతిరవతుమాం - వినాయక చవితి శుభాకాంక్షలు




Pallavi:
Shri Mahaa Ganapatiravatu Maam
Siddhi Vinaayako Maatanga Mukha

May He protect (“ravatu”) me (“maam”),
the Lord Mahaa Ganapathi.
He is Siddhi Vinaayaka, 
the elephant-faced (“maatanga mukha”) one.

Anupallavi:
Kaama Janaka Vidheendra Sannuta
Kamalaalaya Tathanivaaso
Venerated (“sannutha”) by Vishnu
(“kaamajanaka” -- father of kama:vishnu),
Brahma (“vidhi”) and Indra (“indra”);
He resides (“nivaaso”) on the banks (“thata”)
of the temple-tank KAMALAALAYA;
Komalatara Pallavapada Kara 
Guruguhaagrajah Shivaatmajah 
His feet (“pada”) and hands (“kara”) are
beautiful (‘pallava”) like the tender (“komala”) leaves (“tara”).
He is the elder brother (“aagrajah”)
of Guruguha and the son (“aatmaja”) of Shiva.
Charanam:

Suvarnaakarshana Vighnaraajo

He is attractive (“aakarshana”)
like pure gold (“suvarna”)
and is the remover (“raajo”)
of impediments (“vigna”).

Paadaambujo Gaura Varna Vasana Dharo 
His feet (“pada”) are like the lotus (“ambuja”)
and He is attired (“Vasana Dharo”)
in white (“gaura”) color (“varna”).

Phaalachandro Naraadivinuta 
Lambodaro Kuvalaya Svavishaanaa 
Paashaankushamodaka 
  His forehead (“phaala”) is like a cresent moon (“chandro”)
and He is worshipped (“vinuta”) by mankind (“naraadi”).
Lambodhara, He holds in His hand (“kuvalaya”), a tusk (“vishaana”)
of his own (“sva”), a lily, a rope, a goad and a Modaka (“Paashaankushamodaka”).
 
Prakaashakaro Bhavajaladhinaavo
He is the boat (“naavo”) that takes us across
the ocean (“jaladhi”)of Samsaara (“bhava”).

Moolaprakruti Svabhaavas Sukhataro 
Ravisahasra Sannibhadeho
 He is of the nature of beatitude
which is moolaprakruti -- primordial nature.
His body (“deho”) shines (“sannibha”)
like thousand (“sahasra”) suns(“ravi”).

Kavijananuta Mooshikavaaho Avanata 
Devataasamuho Avinaasha Kaivalya Deho
 He has a mouse (“mooshika”) as his mount (“vaaho”).
Hosts of celestials (“kavijana”) worship(“nuta”) him
and He abides in eternal bliss (“Kaivalya Deho”)