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Sri Venkateswara Suprabhatam – Meaning

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Author: prativādhi bayaṅkaram anna vedantācāri

 
kausalyaa suprajaa raama poorvaa saMdhyaa pravartatE
utthishTha nara Saardoola kartavyaM daivamaahnikaM (Twice)

O Rama, son of Kausalya and dearest to the people. The dawn before
sunrise is on its way. Rise, O Tiger amonst humans. Your divine duties
beckon you.

utthishThOtthishTha gOviMda utthishTha garuDa dhvaja
utthishTa kamalaa kaaMtaa trailOkyaM maMgaLaM kuru (Twice)

O Govinda, who has Garuda on his dhvaja sthambha, lord of the lotus eyed
Lakshmi! Please wake to bless the three worlds for happiness and
prosperity.

maata ssamasta jagataaM madhukaiTabhaarEh
vakshO vihAriNi manOhara divya moortE
Sree svaamini Srita jana priya daana SeelE
Sree vEMkaTESa dayitE tava suprabhaataM

O Lakshmi, mother of the entire universe, residing always in the heart
of Sri Vishnu, the enemy of Madhu and Kaitabha; O pleasant one! dear
consort of Vishnu,fulfiller of the wishes of people comming to you, good
morning to you!

tava suprabhaata maraviMda lOchanE
bhavatu prasanna mukha caMdra maMDalE
vidhi SaMkarEMdra vanitaabhirarcitE
vRsha Saila naatha dayitE dayaanidhE

O lotus eyed godess, yours is a pleasent moonlike face. You are
worshipped by the wives of Brahma, Shiva and Indra. You are full of love
and affection. You are the beloved wife of Vishnu who is the lord of
Vrishachala. O mother, good morning to you.

atryaadi sapta Rshaya ssamupaasya saMdhyaaM
aakaaSa siMdhu kamalaani manOharaaNi
aadaaya paada yuga marchayituM prapannaah
SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

Having worshipped the morning twilight and said their morning prayers,
called sandhyavandana, the seven sages like Atri, bringing the beautiful
lotuses from the divine Ganges, have arrived to worship Thy feet. Lord
of Seshachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

paMchaana naabjabhava shaNmukha vaasavaadyaah
traivikramaadi caritaM vibudhaa stuvaMti
bhaashaapatih paThati vaasara Suddhi maaraat
SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

The Gods, like the five-headed Brahma, the lotus-born Subrahmanya, and
the six-headed Indra are praising the deeds of your incarnations as the
Trivikramavatara. Nearby is Brhaspati who is reading out the planetary
position (called Panchangam) of the day. Lord of Seshachala! May it be
an auspicious dawn to Thee.

eeshat praphulla saraseeruha naarikELa
phoogadrumaadi sumanOhara paalikaanaaM
aavaati maMda manila ssaha divya gaMdhaih
SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

The breeze, carrying the wonderful fragrance of the partly-opened
lotuses, and the beautiful trees like the Areca and Coconut, is blowing
gently. Lord of Seshachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

unmeelya nEtrayuga muttama paMjarasthaah
paatraa vaSishTa kadaLee phala paayasaani
bhuktvaa saleela matha kELi Sukaah paThaMti
SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

The parrots in their cages are opening their eyes, and graciously
singing, after eating the remains of the plantain fruits and the payasam
in the vessels. Lord Seshachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

taMtree prakarsha madhura svanayaa vipaMcyaa
gaayatyanaMta caritaM tava naaradOpi
bhaashaa samagrama sakRt kara saara ramyaM
SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

The sage, Narada, is playing sweet music with his veena, and, in fine
language, is singing praises of Thy endless deeds, gracefully waving his
other hand. Lord of Seshachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

bhRMgaavaLeecha makaraMda rasaanu viddha
jhaMkaara geeta ninadai ssaha sEvanAyA
niryaatyupaaMta sarasee kamalOdarEbhyah
SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

The humming swarm of bees are sucking honey and emerging from the
interiors of the lotuses of the adjoining pools, in order to serve Thee.
Lord of Seshachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

yOshA gaNEna vara dadhni vimathya maanE
ghOshAlayEshu dadhi maMthana teevraghOshaah
rOshaatkaliM vidadhatE kakubhaScha kuMbhaah
SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

While the womenfolk of the hamlet of cowherds churn the curds, the loud
sounds and echoes emanating from the pots seems like as if the pots and
the eight directions are quarrelling. Lord of Seshachala! May it be an
auspicious dawn to Thee.

padmESa mitra Satapatra gataaLi vargaah
hartuM SriyaM kuvalayasya nijaaMga lakshmyaa
bhEree ninaada miva bibhrati teevra naadaM
SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

The swarm of bees in the lotuses are friends of the sun, and are making
lound sounds with a view to surpassing the splendour of the lustrous
blue lotuses. Lord of Seshachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

SreemannabheeshTa varadaakhila lOka baMdhO
Sree Sreenivaasa jagadEka dayaika siMdhO
Sree dEvataagRha bhujaaMtara divya moortE
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

One with Lakshmi! One who grants boons! Friend of all the worlds! Abode
of Sri Lakshmi! The matchless ocean of compassion! One having a charming
form on account of the chest which is the abode of Sri Lakshmi! Lord of
Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

Sree svaami pushkariNikaaplava nirmalaaMgaah
SrEyOrthinO hara viriMchi sanaMda naadyaah
dvaarE vasaMti vara vEtra hatOttamaaMgaah
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

Brahma, Shiva, Sanandana and several others have bathed in purified
water. They are at your doorstep eager to see you, for their own
well-being, though they have been hit with canes by your gods. Lord of
Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

Sree SEshaSaila garuDaachala vEMkaTaadri
naaraayaNaadri vRshabhaadri vRshaadri mukhyaaM
aakhyaaM tvadeeya vasatE raniSaM vadaMti
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

Lord of Venkatachala! Thy abode is always called by several names, such
as Sri Sesasaila, Garudachala, Venkatadri, Narayanadri, Vrsabhadri,
Vrsadri. May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

sEvaaparaa Siva surESa kRSaanu dharma
rakshOMbu naatha pavamaana dhanaadi naathaah
baddhaaMjali pravilasa nija Seersha dESaah
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

Siva, Indra, Agni, Yama, Nairuti, Varuna, Vayu and Kubera, with folded
hands placed on their heads, are desirous of offering service to thee.
Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

dhaaTeeshutE vihagaraaja mRgaadhiraaja
naagaadhiraaja gajaraaja hayaadhiraajaah
svasvaadhikaara mahimaadika marthayaMtE
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

The modes of Thy conveyance – Garuda, the Lord of Birds, the Lion, Lord
of Animals, Adisesa, the Lord of Serpents, Airavata, the Lord of
Elephants and Uccaissravas, the Lord of Horses – are begging Thee to
grant them their respective authority and power to serve Thee better, on
Thy pleasure trips. Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn
to Thee.

sooryEMdu bhauma budha vaakpati kaavya Soori
svarbhaanu kEtu divishat parishat pradhaanaah
tvaddaasa daasa charamaavadhi daasa daasaah
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

The main deities of the Assembly of Gods – the nine planets – the Sun,
the Moon, Mars (Angaraka), Mercury (Budha), Jupiter (Brhaspati), Venus
(Sukra), Saturn (Sani), Rahu and Ketu are happy to serve even your
servants and remain most obedient to Thee. Lord of Venkatachala! May it
be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

tvatpaada dhooLi bharita sphuritOttamaaMgaah
svargaapa varga nirapEksha nijaaMtaraMgaah
kalpaagamaa kalanayaa kulataaM labhaMtE
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

Lord of Venkatachala! Thy devotees, whose heads are sanctified by the
dust of Thy feet, being in Thy presence, do not desire Heaven or
Liberation, but are worried that another kalpa will start, when there
will be no such glory to Venkatachala!

Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

tvadgOpuraagra SikharaaNi nireekshamaaNaah
svargaapavarga padaveeM paramaaM SrayaMtah
martyaa mnushya bhuvanE mati maaSrayaMtE
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

On seeing the crests of Thy temple tower, the mortals, who are
attempting to attain the exalted paths of Heaven and Liberation, feel
like living on in the mortal world, as it gives them the opportunity of
worshipping Thee. Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to
Thee.

Sree bhoomi naayaka dayaadi guNaamRtaabdhE
dEvaadi dEva jagadEka SaraNya moortE
SreemannanaMta garuDaadibhi rarchitaaMghrE
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

Lord of Sridevi and Bhudevi! The ocean of nectar of compassion and other
virtues! The chief of the Gods! The sole refuge of the Universe! The
possessor of Sri (wealth)! One whose feet are worshipped by Ananta and
Garuda! Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

Sree padmanaabha purushOttama vaasudEva
vaikuMTha maadhava janaardana chakrapaaNE
Sree vatsa chihna SaraNaagata paarijaata
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

Padmanabha! Purushottama! Vasudeva! Vaikunta! Madhava! Janardana!
Chakrapani! Bearer of the mole Srivatsa! Celestial tree (parijata) under
whom refuge is sought! Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious
dawn to Thee.

kaMdarpa darpa hara suMdara divya moortE
kaaMtaa kuchaaMburuha kuTmala lOla dRshTE
kalyaaNa nirmala guNaakara divya keertE
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

Bearer of the charming and divine form surpassing the pride of Cupid
(Manmatha)! One whose sight is fondly centred on the lotus bud like
breasts of His beloved! The abode of auspicious and pure virtues! The
possessor of Divine fame! Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious
dawn to Thee.

meenaakRtE kamaTha kOla nRsiMha varNin
svaamin paraSvatha tapOdhana raamachaMdra
SEshaaMSa raama yadunaMdana kalki roopa
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

Lord in ten incarnations of Matsya (Fish), Kamatha (Tortoise), Kola
(Boar), Narasimha (Man-lion) Trivikrama (Dwarf), Parasurama, Rama,
Balarama, Krishna and Kalki! Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an
auspicious dawn to Thee.

Elaa lavaMga ghana saara sugaMdhi teerthaM
divyaM viyat sariti hEma ghaTEshu poorNaM
dhRtvaadya vaidika SikhaamaNayah prahRshTaa
tishTaMti vEMkaTapatE! tava suprabhaataM

The Brahmins, well-versed in the Vedas, are now joyfully waiting to
worship you. They are carrying golden pots on their heads that are
filled with the water of the Divine Ganges (Akasa Ganga), which has been
rendered fragrant by mixing cardamom, cloves and camphor in it. Lord of
Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

bhaasvaanudEti vikachaani sarOruhaaNi
saMpoorayaMti ninadaih kakubhO vihaMgaah
Sree vaishNava ssatata marthita maMgaLaastE
dhaamaaSrayaMti tava vEMkaTa! suprabhaataM

The Sun is rising; the lotuses have blossomed; the birds are twittering;
the Sri Vaishnavas, always imploring auspiciousness, are waiting at Thy
abode. Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

brahmaadaya ssuravara ssamaharshayastE
saMta ssanaMdana mukhaa stvatha yOgi varyaah
dhaamaaMtikE tavahi maMgaLa vastu hastaah
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

Brahma,the great sages and the good Yogins as Sanandana are waiting at
Thy abode, with auspicious offerings in their hands. Lord of
Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

lakshmee nivaasa niravadya guNaika siMdhOh
saMsaara saagara samuttaraNaika sEtO
vEdaaMta vEdya nija vaibhava bhakta bhOgya
Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

Abode of Lakshmi! Ocean of faultless and auspicious virtues! Bridge to
cross the ocean of transmigration (samsara)! One whose glory is known
through the Upanishads! One who is enjoyed by devotees! Lord of
Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

itthaM vRshaachala patE riha suprabhaataM
yE maanavaah prati dinaM paThituM pravRttaah
tEshaaM prabhaata samayE smRti raMga bhaajaaM
praj~naaM paraartha sulabhaaM paramaaM prasootE!

Day-to-day prayers to You, Sri Vehkatesa! fetch untold wealth of
devotional culture and fervour. God, give us your grace.

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  1. Mayank Bhardwaj says:

    kausalyaa suprajaa raama poorvaa saMdhyaa pravartatE

    utthishTha nara Saardoola kartavyaM daivamaahnikaM (Twice)

    O Rama, son of Kausalya and dearest to the people. The dawn before
    sunrise is on its way. Rise, O Tiger amonst humans. Your divine duties
    beckon you.

    utthishThOtthishTha gOviMda utthishTha garuDa dhvaja

    utthishTa kamalaa kaaMtaa trailOkyaM maMgaLaM kuru (Twice)

    O Govinda, who has Garuda on his dhvaja sthambha, lord of the lotus eyed
    Lakshmi! Please wake to bless the three worlds for happiness and
    prosperity.

    maata ssamasta jagataaM madhukaiTabhaarEh

    vakshO vihAriNi manOhara divya moortE

    Sree svaamini Srita jana priya daana SeelE

    Sree vEMkaTESa dayitE tava suprabhaataM

    O Lakshmi, mother of the entire universe, residing always in the heart
    of Sri Vishnu, the enemy of Madhu and Kaitabha; O pleasant one! dear
    consort of Vishnu,fulfiller of the wishes of people comming to you, good
    morning to you!

    tava suprabhaata maraviMda lOchanE

    bhavatu prasanna mukha caMdra maMDalE

    vidhi SaMkarEMdra vanitaabhirarcitE

    vRsha Saila naatha dayitE dayaanidhE

    O lotus eyed godess, yours is a pleasent moonlike face. You are
    worshipped by the wives of Brahma, Shiva and Indra. You are full of love
    and affection. You are the beloved wife of Vishnu who is the lord of
    Vrishachala. O mother, good morning to you.

    atryaadi sapta Rshaya ssamupaasya saMdhyaaM

    aakaaSa siMdhu kamalaani manOharaaNi

    aadaaya paada yuga marchayituM prapannaah

    SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

    Having worshipped the morning twilight and said their morning prayers,
    called sandhyavandana, the seven sages like Atri, bringing the beautiful
    lotuses from the divine Ganges, have arrived to worship Thy feet. Lord
    of Seshachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    paMchaana naabjabhava shaNmukha vaasavaadyaah

    traivikramaadi caritaM vibudhaa stuvaMti

    bhaashaapatih paThati vaasara Suddhi maaraat

    SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

    The Gods, like the five-headed Brahma, the lotus-born Subrahmanya, and
    the six-headed Indra are praising the deeds of your incarnations as the
    Trivikramavatara. Nearby is Brhaspati who is reading out the planetary
    position (called Panchangam) of the day. Lord of Seshachala! May it be
    an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    eeshat praphulla saraseeruha naarikELa

    phoogadrumaadi sumanOhara paalikaanaaM

    aavaati maMda manila ssaha divya gaMdhaih

    SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

    The breeze, carrying the wonderful fragrance of the partly-opened
    lotuses, and the beautiful trees like the Areca and Coconut, is blowing
    gently. Lord of Seshachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    unmeelya nEtrayuga muttama paMjarasthaah

    paatraa vaSishTa kadaLee phala paayasaani

    bhuktvaa saleela matha kELi Sukaah paThaMti

    SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

    The parrots in their cages are opening their eyes, and graciously
    singing, after eating the remains of the plantain fruits and the payasam
    in the vessels. Lord Seshachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    taMtree prakarsha madhura svanayaa vipaMcyaa

    gaayatyanaMta caritaM tava naaradOpi

    bhaashaa samagrama sakRt kara saara ramyaM

    SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

    The sage, Narada, is playing sweet music with his veena, and, in fine
    language, is singing praises of Thy endless deeds, gracefully waving his
    other hand. Lord of Seshachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    bhRMgaavaLeecha makaraMda rasaanu viddha

    jhaMkaara geeta ninadai ssaha sEvanAyA

    niryaatyupaaMta sarasee kamalOdarEbhyah

    SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

    The humming swarm of bees are sucking honey and emerging from the
    interiors of the lotuses of the adjoining pools, in order to serve Thee.
    Lord of Seshachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    yOshA gaNEna vara dadhni vimathya maanE

    ghOshAlayEshu dadhi maMthana teevraghOshaah

    rOshaatkaliM vidadhatE kakubhaScha kuMbhaah

    SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

    While the womenfolk of the hamlet of cowherds churn the curds, the loud
    sounds and echoes emanating from the pots seems like as if the pots and
    the eight directions are quarrelling. Lord of Seshachala! May it be an
    auspicious dawn to Thee.

    padmESa mitra Satapatra gataaLi vargaah

    hartuM SriyaM kuvalayasya nijaaMga lakshmyaa

    bhEree ninaada miva bibhrati teevra naadaM

    SEshaadri SEkhara vibhO tava suprabhaataM

    The swarm of bees in the lotuses are friends of the sun, and are making
    lound sounds with a view to surpassing the splendour of the lustrous
    blue lotuses. Lord of Seshachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    SreemannabheeshTa varadaakhila lOka baMdhO

    Sree Sreenivaasa jagadEka dayaika siMdhO

    Sree dEvataagRha bhujaaMtara divya moortE

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    One with Lakshmi! One who grants boons! Friend of all the worlds! Abode
    of Sri Lakshmi! The matchless ocean of compassion! One having a charming
    form on account of the chest which is the abode of Sri Lakshmi! Lord of
    Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    Sree svaami pushkariNikaaplava nirmalaaMgaah

    SrEyOrthinO hara viriMchi sanaMda naadyaah

    dvaarE vasaMti vara vEtra hatOttamaaMgaah

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    Brahma, Shiva, Sanandana and several others have bathed in purified
    water. They are at your doorstep eager to see you, for their own
    well-being, though they have been hit with canes by your gods. Lord of
    Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    Sree SEshaSaila garuDaachala vEMkaTaadri

    naaraayaNaadri vRshabhaadri vRshaadri mukhyaaM

    aakhyaaM tvadeeya vasatE raniSaM vadaMti

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    Lord of Venkatachala! Thy abode is always called by several names, such
    as Sri Sesasaila, Garudachala, Venkatadri, Narayanadri, Vrsabhadri,
    Vrsadri. May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    sEvaaparaa Siva surESa kRSaanu dharma

    rakshOMbu naatha pavamaana dhanaadi naathaah

    baddhaaMjali pravilasa nija Seersha dESaah

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    Siva, Indra, Agni, Yama, Nairuti, Varuna, Vayu and Kubera, with folded
    hands placed on their heads, are desirous of offering service to thee.
    Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    dhaaTeeshutE vihagaraaja mRgaadhiraaja

    naagaadhiraaja gajaraaja hayaadhiraajaah

    svasvaadhikaara mahimaadika marthayaMtE

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    The modes of Thy conveyance – Garuda, the Lord of Birds, the Lion, Lord
    of Animals, Adisesa, the Lord of Serpents, Airavata, the Lord of
    Elephants and Uccaissravas, the Lord of Horses – are begging Thee to
    grant them their respective authority and power to serve Thee better, on
    Thy pleasure trips. Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn
    to Thee.

    sooryEMdu bhauma budha vaakpati kaavya Soori

    svarbhaanu kEtu divishat parishat pradhaanaah

    tvaddaasa daasa charamaavadhi daasa daasaah

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    The main deities of the Assembly of Gods – the nine planets – the Sun,
    the Moon, Mars (Angaraka), Mercury (Budha), Jupiter (Brhaspati), Venus
    (Sukra), Saturn (Sani), Rahu and Ketu are happy to serve even your
    servants and remain most obedient to Thee. Lord of Venkatachala! May it
    be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    tvatpaada dhooLi bharita sphuritOttamaaMgaah

    svargaapa varga nirapEksha nijaaMtaraMgaah

    kalpaagamaa kalanayaa kulataaM labhaMtE

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    Lord of Venkatachala! Thy devotees, whose heads are sanctified by the
    dust of Thy feet, being in Thy presence, do not desire Heaven or
    Liberation, but are worried that another kalpa will start, when there
    will be no such glory to Venkatachala!

    Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    tvadgOpuraagra SikharaaNi nireekshamaaNaah

    svargaapavarga padaveeM paramaaM SrayaMtah

    martyaa mnushya bhuvanE mati maaSrayaMtE

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    On seeing the crests of Thy temple tower, the mortals, who are
    attempting to attain the exalted paths of Heaven and Liberation, feel
    like living on in the mortal world, as it gives them the opportunity of
    worshipping Thee. Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to
    Thee.

    Sree bhoomi naayaka dayaadi guNaamRtaabdhE

    dEvaadi dEva jagadEka SaraNya moortE

    SreemannanaMta garuDaadibhi rarchitaaMghrE

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    Lord of Sridevi and Bhudevi! The ocean of nectar of compassion and other
    virtues! The chief of the Gods! The sole refuge of the Universe! The
    possessor of Sri (wealth)! One whose feet are worshipped by Ananta and
    Garuda! Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    Sree padmanaabha purushOttama vaasudEva

    vaikuMTha maadhava janaardana chakrapaaNE

    Sree vatsa chihna SaraNaagata paarijaata

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    Padmanabha! Purushottama! Vasudeva! Vaikunta! Madhava! Janardana!
    Chakrapani! Bearer of the mole Srivatsa! Celestial tree (parijata) under
    whom refuge is sought! Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious
    dawn to Thee.

    kaMdarpa darpa hara suMdara divya moortE

    kaaMtaa kuchaaMburuha kuTmala lOla dRshTE

    kalyaaNa nirmala guNaakara divya keertE

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    Bearer of the charming and divine form surpassing the pride of Cupid
    (Manmatha)! One whose sight is fondly centred on the lotus bud like
    breasts of His beloved! The abode of auspicious and pure virtues! The
    possessor of Divine fame! Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious
    dawn to Thee.

    meenaakRtE kamaTha kOla nRsiMha varNin

    svaamin paraSvatha tapOdhana raamachaMdra

    SEshaaMSa raama yadunaMdana kalki roopa

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    Lord in ten incarnations of Matsya (Fish), Kamatha (Tortoise), Kola
    (Boar), Narasimha (Man-lion) Trivikrama (Dwarf), Parasurama, Rama,
    Balarama, Krishna and Kalki! Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an
    auspicious dawn to Thee.

    Elaa lavaMga ghana saara sugaMdhi teerthaM

    divyaM viyat sariti hEma ghaTEshu poorNaM

    dhRtvaadya vaidika SikhaamaNayah prahRshTaa

    tishTaMti vEMkaTapatE! tava suprabhaataM

    The Brahmins, well-versed in the Vedas, are now joyfully waiting to
    worship you. They are carrying golden pots on their heads that are
    filled with the water of the Divine Ganges (Akasa Ganga), which has been
    rendered fragrant by mixing cardamom, cloves and camphor in it. Lord of
    Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    bhaasvaanudEti vikachaani sarOruhaaNi

    saMpoorayaMti ninadaih kakubhO vihaMgaah

    Sree vaishNava ssatata marthita maMgaLaastE

    dhaamaaSrayaMti tava vEMkaTa! suprabhaataM

    The Sun is rising; the lotuses have blossomed; the birds are twittering;
    the Sri Vaishnavas, always imploring auspiciousness, are waiting at Thy
    abode. Lord of Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    brahmaadaya ssuravara ssamaharshayastE

    saMta ssanaMdana mukhaa stvatha yOgi varyaah

    dhaamaaMtikE tavahi maMgaLa vastu hastaah

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    Brahma,the great sages and the good Yogins as Sanandana are waiting at
    Thy abode, with auspicious offerings in their hands. Lord of
    Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    lakshmee nivaasa niravadya guNaika siMdhOh

    saMsaara saagara samuttaraNaika sEtO

    vEdaaMta vEdya nija vaibhava bhakta bhOgya

    Sree vEMkaTaachala patE! tava suprabhaataM

    Abode of Lakshmi! Ocean of faultless and auspicious virtues! Bridge to
    cross the ocean of transmigration (samsara)! One whose glory is known
    through the Upanishads! One who is enjoyed by devotees! Lord of
    Venkatachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee.

    itthaM vRshaachala patE riha suprabhaataM

    yE maanavaah prati dinaM paThituM pravRttaah

    tEshaaM prabhaata samayE smRti raMga bhaajaaM

    praj~naaM paraartha sulabhaaM paramaaM prasootE!

    Day-to-day prayers to You, Sri Vehkatesa! fetch untold wealth of devotional culture and fervour. God, give us your grace.

    • Srinivas Vadrevu says:

      Thanks so much Mayank for posting the meaning. I will add them to the original page.


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