Narayaneeya Haarathi

From Hindupedia, the Hindu Encyclopedia

Translated By P.R.Ramachander


These are to be chanted by all members together after completing the reading of Narayaneeya.

Refrain
Jaya Jagadeesha hare Krishnaa,
Jaya Jagadheesa hare,
Jaya Guru marutha mandhira natha,
Jaya Jagadhesa hare Krishna.

Victory to the Krishna the Vishnu, who is Lord of the universe,
Victory to Vishnu the Lord of the universe,
Victory to the lord of the temple of Guru and wind god,
Victory to the Krishna the Vishnu, who is Lord of the universe,

Kinkini pada kamala Krishna,
Kankana kara yugala,
Kunkuma pangila Vaksha sthala,
Kuvalaya thala neela Krishna, (Jaya Jagadheesha…)

Oh Krishna with anklets making jingling sound,
Who has armlets on both hands,
Who has chest with saffron marks,
Oh Krishna, who is like the blue lily. (Victory to Krishna…)

Sadhi nava neetha haraa Krishna,
Tharuni Chitha hara,
Dhayaya palaya Dhamodhara Hara,\
Thulai dhama dhara Krishna. (Jaya Jagadheesa…)

Oh Krishna who used to steal curds and butter,
Who used to steal hearts of lasses,
Please take care of me, Oh God with a rope tied in the belly,
Oh Krishna who can be tied by the ocimum plant (Victory to Krishna…)

Govardana dharana Krishna, Gopi Jana Ramana,
Komala pallava Sundara charana,
Kokila Madhu vachana Krishna (Jaya Jagadheesa…)

Oh Krishna who carried Govardhana,
Who is the darling of Gopa women.
Who has feet as soft as a tender leaf,
Oh Krishna whose words are as sweet as honey (Victory to Krishna…)

Nanda Kumara Hare Krishna,
Narada gita gunaa,
Narayana vara Bhatathiri krutha,
Sthuthivara Shubha phaladha Krishna. (Jaya Jagadheesa…)

Oh Krishna who is the son of Nanda Gopa,
Who enjoys songs sung by sage Narada,
Oh Krishna who blessed,the prayers,
Composed by the great Narayana Bhattathiri, (Victory to Krishna….)

Poonthana Bhakthi Priya Krishna,
Vrundavana rasika,
Premika bhavuka mandala poojitha,
Pada Saroja yuga Krishna. (Jaya Jagadheesaa…)

Oh Krishna who liked the devotion of Poonthanam,
Who enjoyed the Vrundavan,
Who is worshipped by enraptured sweethearts,
Oh Krishna who has two feet like lotus. (Victory to Krishna…)


Notes

This is sourced from the book Sri Narayaneeyam, a Sanskrit-Tamil book published by Giri Traders, Mumbai.