One, whose matchless blue body
is ever rendered red,by the saffron
on the teats of the breasts of Kamala(Sridevi)!
One, whose eyes are broad
like the petals of the lotus!
Lord of the Universe!
Victory to Thee, Lord of Venkatachala!
Lord of Vrsasaila!
May Thou (O Hari)! with extreme mercy,
who always committed various unendurable sins.
Janataabhi Mutadhi Kadaanarataat||
Kamalaadayitaanna Para Kalaye||
I do not consider
other than the Lord of Kamala(Sridevi),
who is liberal-minded
(and dwells) on Venkatachala,
who is intent on granting
much more than what is desired by the devotees,
and who is described by the Vedas
as the Supreme God.
I do not
understand anyone other than Krishna,
who is surrounded by innumerable cowherdesses (gopikas),
enchanted by the sweet music of (His) Flute,
who is equal (in Beauty) to myriads of Cupids (Manmathas),
who gives joy and who is dear to each Gopika.
I seek refuge of
whose hand is desired by Sita (or does what Sita likes),
whos has a beautiful face like the Moon,
who is (like) the Sun (to put an end to) the darkness(Ravana-the
king of Demons),
and who is exalted.
Swanujam Cha Sukayamamodhasharam||
Apahaaya Raghudhvaha Manyamaham|
Na Kathanchan Kanchana Jaatu Bhaje||
At no time, and in
do I worship anyone barring Rama
(who has elevated) the Raghu race,
who has a handsome face,
has good brothers,
has a beautiful body
and whose arrows are unfailing.
Na Natho Na Natha|
Sadaa Venkatesham Swaraami Swaraami||
Hare Venkatesha Praseeda Praseeda|
Priyam Venkatesha Prayaccha Prayaccha||
There is no
other than Venkatesa,
I forever pray to
(or remember) Venkatatesa.
O Hari, Venkatesa!
Be pleased, grant (us) favours!
Having come from afar,
with a desire to salute Thy lotus-like feet),
I am serving Thee, Venkatesha!
(please) give me,
for this occasional worship,
the reward given to the regular (daily) worship.