Melukovayya

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Pallavi

mElukOvayya mammElukO rAma
mElaina sItA samEta nA bhAgyamA
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O Lord! May You wake up! Please look after us,
One united with the excellent Sita! O My Fortune!

Charanams

1.
nAradAdulu ninnu kOri nI mahima
lavvArigA pADucunnAripuDu tella-
vAragA vaccinadi zrI rAma navanIta
kSIramulu bAgugAnAragimpanu1 vEga (mElukO)
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Narada and others, seeking You,
are now singing abundantly (about) Your greatness;
Sri Rama! The day is about to dawn;
May You wake up quickly to partake fresh butter and milk!
2.
phaNi zayana animiSa ramaNulUDigamu sEya
aNukuvaga niNDAru praNuti jEsedaru
maNi-mayAbharaNulau2 aNimAduliDu3 dIpa
maNulu telupAyenu taraNi vaMza vara tilaka (mElukO)
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One reclining on Sesha! The celestial damsels are reverentially praying
much to You to (permit them to) render service to You;
The excellent lamps lit by Anima and the others, adorned with gem-studded ornaments, are fading; O Blessed Eminent One of the solar dynasty!
3.
rAja rAjEzwara bha-rAja mukha sAkEta
rAja sadguNa tyAgarAja nuta caraNa
rAjanya 4vibudha gaNa rAjAdulella ninu
pUjimpa kAcinArI jagamu pAlimpa (mElukO)
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O Lord of Emperors! O Moon-faced! O King of Ayodhya!
O Lord of virtues! O Lord whose feet are praised by Thyagaraja!
O King, al the Lords of celestials and others are waiting for worshipping You;
O Lord! May You wake up in order to govern this Universe!

Variations

  • 1bAguganAragimpa – bAgugAnAragimpa
  • 2maNi-mayAbharaNulau – maNi-mayAbharaNulai : maNi-mayAbharaNulau - seems to be more appropriate.

Commentary

  • To know more about the eight Siddhis, please visite the site – [(Kundalini Yoga) Siddhis]
  • 3aNimAdulu – the Eight siddhis – aNiman – laghiman – prApti – prAkAmya – mahiman – IzitA – vazitA – kAmAvazAyitA : become minute as atom – extreme lightness – reach anything (moon with the tip of finger) – irresistible will – illimitable bulk – supreme dominion – subjugating by magic – suppressing all desires. Source – Monier’s Sanskrit Dictionary.
  • 4vibudha – this also means 'very learned’.

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