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Shriman Narayana

2:52 PM Posted by Vijayasri


Sriman Narayana Shriman Narayana is a beautiful Tirupati Venkateswara Balaji (Lord Vishnu) devotional song composed by Annamacharya or Sri Tallapaka Annamayya (1408-1503). Sri Annamacharya, considered as the Pada-kavita Pitaamaha (Grand old man of song writing), is a Carnatic composer and Telugu song writer, who had composed lots of wonderful Sankeertanas (a type of Hindu devotional Bhajan song) in praise of Lord Venkateswara, the presiding deity of Tirupati Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, Andhra Pradesh.

Sriman Narayana is one of the beautiful compositions of Annamacharya – the Ragam is Bauli and Talam is Adi (Aadi).

Song : Sreeman narayaNa
Raagam: bowLi
15 maayamaaLava gowLa janya
Aa: S R1 G3 P D1 S
Av: S N3 D1 P G3 R1 S
TaaLam: aadi
Composer: Annamaacharya
Language: Sanskrit

pallavi
shrIman nArAyaNa shrIman nArAyaNa
shrIman nArAyaNa nI shrIpAdame sharaNu

anupallavi

kamalAsati mukhakamala kamalahita
kamalapriya kamalekShaNA
kamalAsanahita garu.dagamana shrI
kamalanAbha nI padakamalame sharaNu

Charanam
parama yogijana bhAgadheya shrI
paramapuruShA parAtparA
paramAtmA paramANurUpa shrI
tiruveNkaTagiridevA sharaNu

Watch/Hear Sriman Narayana by Sudha Ragunathan below.



Meaning :
Oh, Auspicious Narayana, I seek shelter at your feet.Oh, one whose wife is Kamala (Lakshmi sitting on lotus), having the face of a lotus, one who tends lotus, one who likes lotus, one with eyes like lotus, one in lotus posture, one who rides the eagle Garuda, Oh, one with a lotus on his navel, I seek your lotus feet.One who brings good fortune to great yogis, One with the supreme soul, one who gives substance to an atom, Oh, God of Thiruvenkata mountains, I seek your feet."

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