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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

பாவயாமி கோபாலபாலம் - Tholliyunu maarakku

பாவயாமி கோபாலபாலம்
மனஸேவிதம் தத்பதம் சிந்தயேyaம் ஸதா
கடி கடித மேகலா கசிதமணி கண்டிக
படல நின தேன விப்ராஜமானம்
குடில பத கடித ஸங்குல ஸிஞ்சிதே நடம்
சடுல நடனா ஸமுஜ்வல விலாஸம்
நிரதகர கலித நவனீதம்
ப்ரஹ்மாதி ஸுர நிகர பாவனா சோபித பதம்
திருவேங்கடாசல ஸ்திதம்
அனுபமம் ஹரிம்
பரம புருசம் கோபாலபாலம்

Tholliyunu maarakku.
pallavi:
tolliyunu ma-r-rakku tottelene yugegana
cellubadi nugili srirangasisuvu
Charanam:
Kaliki kaveri taragala baagulatalane
Talaga kitu ramga madhyapu tottelanu
Palumaru danunuchi padaga nugili
Chilupala selavito srirangasisuvu
charanam
vedamule cerulai velayamga seshude
padukonu tottelai paragaganu
sreedevito goodi sriventatesudai
sedadiredi vade srirangasisuvu
Note: The first song is in sanskrit.The second one is in telugu. Both the songs were composed by Annamacharya.

The meaning of the song "Tholliyunu Marraakku"


     The Great Lord who floats in the cradle of leaf of banyan tree during PraLaya, now swings in the magnificent cradle as the babe of Sriranga. The baby of Sriranga swings in the cradle of lady Kaveri with abundant waves, as I sing rocking him and as the gushing sweet milk overflows from the sides of His mouth. Behold, as if it is worship of Brahma, he swings with splendid glory in his own cradle of Bramananda as the waters of sea rock him. The Vedas shining as the four strings (on which cradle is suspended) and Sesha shining as the firm cradle, the Lord who shines as Venkatesa along with Sreedevi, as babe of Sriranga relieves himself of fatigue.

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