Elavathara methu kodilo

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Elavathara methu kodilo

By

Saint Thyagaraja

Translated by

P.R.Ramachander

Raga Mukari
Thala Aadhi

Pallavi

Elavathara methu kondilo,
Emi karanamo ramudai

Anupallavi

Aalame putaka Ayodhyaa,
Palana chese dendhukka Sri Rama

Charanam

Yogula brachedunthuka bhava,
Rogula brachedunthuka , satha,
Raga rathna malikanu rasinchina,
Thyaga rajuniki varamosa kudaka

Pallavi

Oh Lord , what is the cause of your,
Being born as Lord Rama

Anupallavi

Is it for grazing the cattle or is it,
To rule and look after Ayodhya,

Charanam

Is it for looking after great sages?
Is it to remove the sorrow of birth?
Or is it to become a Lord to,
Thyagaraja , who composed,
This garland of pearls of songs.