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namo namo raghavayya

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Respectfully known as "Sri Tyaga Brahman," Tyagaraja (born Thyagaraja Aradhana) was one of the most important composers in the history of Indian music. Tyagaraja was merely 13 years old, he composed his first krithi in sanskrit 'Namo Namo Raghavaya Anisham' in raga Desikathodi.

namOnamO raagavaaya

raagam : dEshikatODi

8 hanumatODi janya
Aa: S G2 M1 P D1 N2 S
Av: S N2 D1 P M1 G2 R1 S

taaLam: rupakam
Composer: Tyaagaraaja
Language: Sanskrit

pallavi

namO namO rAghavAyaanisham namO namO rAghavAya

Charanam 1

sukhanutAya dIna bAndhavE sakala lOka dayA sindhavE

Charanam 2

nija sEvaka kalpaka taruvE aja rudrAdyamara su-guravE

Charanam 3

dIna mAnava gaNapatayE dAnavAntakAya su-matayE

Charanam 4

vara gaja kara dulita bAhAvE sharajita dAnava subAhuvE

Charanam 5

ayurA rOgya dAyinE vAyu bhOgi bhOga shAyinE

Charanam 6

nUtana navanIta bhakSiNE bhUtalAdi sarva sAkSiNE

Charanam 7

shrta durita tamO rAvayE satata pAlita adbhuta kAvayE

Charanam 8

nAgarAja pAlanAya tyAgarAja sEvitAya

Meaning :

P Saltutations (namO) to Lord rAghava (rAghavAya) unceasingly (anizaM); salutations (namO) to Lord rAghava (rAghavAya) unceasingly (anizaM).

C1 O Benefactor (bandhavE) of humble (dIna) people, praised (nutAya) by sage zuka! O Ocean (sindhavE) of mercy (dayA) for all (sakala) Worlds (lOka)! Salutations to Lord rAghava unceasingly.

C2 O Multitude (bahu) of Suns (ravayE) who dispels the darkness (tamO) of sins (durita) of dependents (zrita)! O ever (satata) protector (pAlita) of eminent (adbhuta) (literally wonderful) (pAlitAdbhuta) poets (kavayE)! Salutations to Lord rAghava unceasingly.

C3 O Wish-tree (kalpaka taravE) for true (nija) devotees (sEvaka) (literally servants)! O Chief (suguravE) of brahmA, ziva (rudra) and other (Adi) celestials (amara) (rudrAdyamara)! Salutations to Lord rAghava unceasingly.

C4 O Protector (patayE) of multitude (gaNa) of humble (dIna) people (mAnava)! O Great minded (su-matayE) destroyer (antakAya) (literally Lord of Death) for the demons (dAnava) (danavAntakAya)! Salutations to Lord rAghava unceasingly.

C5 O Bestower (dAyinE) of longevity (AyuH) and health (ArOgya) (AyurArOgya)! O Lord reclining (zAyinE) on zESa – the serepent (bhOgi) – whose consumes (bhOji) air (vAyu) (as food)! Salutations to Lord rAghava unceasingly.

C6 O Unique (nUtana) consumer (bhakSiNE) of fresh butter (navanIta)! O Witness (sAkSinE) of everything (sarva) like Earth (bhU), nether World (tala) and other (Adi) (talAdi) worlds! Salutations to Lord rAghava unceasingly.

C7 O Lord whose hands (bAhavE) are like (tulita) the trunk (kara) of blessed (vara) elephant (gaja)! O Lord who slayed (jita) (literally vanquished) the demon (dAnava) subAhu by arrows (zara)! Salutations to Lord rAghava unceasingly.

C8 O Protector (pAlanAya) of gajEndra – king (rAja) of elephants (nAga)! O Lord worshipped (sEvitAya) by this tyAgarAja! Salutations to Lord rAghava unceasingly.

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