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Annapoorne (Annapurne) Vishalakshi (Visalaksi) by Guruguha


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Annapūrṇe Viśālākṣi

Pallavī: O Annapūrṇā, Who has large eyes, Who is the witness to the worlds, Who glances [prosperity]! Protect me.[1]

Anupallavī: O Annapūrṇā, Who sits on the edge of the highest throne, Who is the root of the word .o, Who eradicates difficulties and other hindrances, Who is adorned with gems fallen (found) on mountains, Who is timeless, and Who is more resplendent that Viṣṇu and Śiva! Protect me.[1]

Caraṇa: O Annapūrṇā, Who holds a jewel-studded pot filled with milk and grains, and a golden ladle in the hands, Who is deft in protecting those born from the body, Who is adorned by gold-decorated apparel, Who is served by a lotus seat among others, Who is revered by celestial bard Tumburu and Nārada among others, Who is beyond the three qualities and liberates us from the ocean of metempsychosis, and Who is adorned by these three cantos written by Guruguha! Protect me.[1]


Poet: Muttusvāmī Dīkṣitar

Translator: Animesh Kumar

Submitter: Animesh Kumar


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