Gaja Vadana

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Gaja Vadana beduve

By

Sage Purandara Dasa

Translated by

P.R.Ramachander

Raga Bhoopali

Pallavi

Gaja Vadana Beduve Gowri Thanaya
Trijaga Vanditane Sujanara Porevane

Anupallavi

Pashankusha Dhara Parama Pavithra
Mooshika Vahana Muni Jana Prema

Charanam

Modhadhi Ninnaya Padhava Thoro
Sadhu Vandhi Thane Aadhara Dindhali
Sarasijanabha Sri Purandara Vittalana
Nirutane Nayuvante Dhaya Maado

English translation

Pallavi

Of elephant faced god , Oh Son of Parvathi,
Oh God worshipped by all the three worlds,
I am asking you for the good of all good people

Anupallavi

He who holds a rope and a goad,
He who is extremely pure,
He who rides on a mouse,
He who is dear to sages

Charanam

I hold your feet, offer Modhaka and worship you as a support,
And so show mercy immediately to Purandara the devotee of Vishnu.