Devathi deva, Sadashiva

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Devathi deva, Sadashiva

By

Sage Thyagaraja

Translated by

P.R.Ramachander

Raga Sindhu Rama Kriya
Thal Aadhi

Pallavi

Devathi deva, Sadha shiva,
Dina natha sudhakara, dahana nayana

Anupallavi

Devesa pithamaha mrughya Samadhi
Gunabharana Gouri Ramana

Charanam

Bhava chandra kaladhara neelagala,
Bhanu koti sangasa srisanutha,
Thava pada bhakhim dehi dheena bhandho
Dara hasa vadana Thyagaraja nutha

English translation

Pallavi

Oh God of gods , Oh Sada Shiva,
Who has sun, moon and fire as eyes.

Anupallavi

You were searched by Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu,
And you who is ornament is good meditation,
Chose to be with Goddess Parvathi.

Charanam

Oh God, you keep crescent on your head,
Your neck is blue, You shine like thousand suns,
And oh friend of the oppressed give me devotion to your feet,
Oh God with a ever smiling face , give this devotion to Thyagaraja.