Ambikaya, Abhayambakiya

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Ambikaya, Abhayambikaya thava dasoham

By

Muthu Swami Deekshidhar

Translated by

P.R.Ramachander

Raga Kedaram
Thala Aadi

Pallavi

Ambikaya, Abhayambikaya thava Dasoham,
Aadi Jagadambikaya

Anupallavi

Shambarari hari shashi kubhera pramukhopasitha nava yoginyaa,
Sankhyaa tharaka manaska raja yoginya Shiva bhoginya,
Bimba parthi bimba rupinya , bindu mandala vasinya , swarupinya.

Chararanam

Yama Niyama ashtanga yoga vishayadhi nigraha karana,
Mooladhara mani pooraka dhyabhja bhedana spura kundalinee,
SAhasra dala brahma randarstha kamala anthargatha,
Shiva sammelana galitha parama amrutha bindu sechana samujrumbhitha,
Nadi mukha vikasa karana nijanubhoothi yoginya,
Amogha vara shiva saroopyaa AAnananda anubhava pradhayinya,
Apremaya guru guhaadhi jananyaa, Brahmadhi panchaka karinyaa.

English translation

Pallavi

I am slave to the mother, Abhayambika ,
And to the primeval mother of the universe.

Anupallavi

She is a new yogi worshipped by Manmatha , Vishnu , moon , Kubhera and others,
She has Sankhya yoga in her mind, practices Raja Yoga and is united with Lord Shiva,
She is the image and its reflection, lives in the orbit of Bindu
And has the form of Abhayamba.

Charanam

She who practices the eight fold yoga and follows Yama and Niyama,
And destroys the material aspects of life,
She who invokes Kundalini rising out of Mooladhara and Mani pooraka wheels,
She who is within the thousand petal lotus and joins Shiva in a union,
She who becomes Shiva and enjoys the ecstasy rising out of the mouth of the Naadi,
She who is the mother of the very great Guru Guha,
And makes Brahma create the five elements.