aDigi sukhamu levvaranubhavincirirA! AdimUlamA rAmA!
SaDalani pApa-timira kOTi sUrya! sArvabhauma sArasAkSa! sadguNa nin
Ashrayinci varamaDigina sIta yadaviki bOnAyE; Ashara haraNa
rakkasi iSTamaDugu napuDE mukkupOye O rAma! nin
vAsiga nAradamauni varamaDuga vanita rUpuDAyE Ashinchi
durvAsulu annamaDuga apuDE mandamAyE; O rAma nin
sutuni vEDuka jUDa dEvakiyaDuga yashOda jUDa nAyE satulella
rati bhikSamaDuga vArivAri patula vIDanAyE; O rAma nin
nIkE daya buTTi brOtuvO! brOvavO nI guTTu bayalAye sAkEtadhAma!
shrI tyAgarAjanuta svAmi yETimAya! O rAma nin
pallavi: Primordial Lord! Is there an instance of anyone praying to you for happiness and peace and getting it?
anupallavi: O! sun that dispels the irremovable sins! O! emperor! Lotus eyed! Abode of virtues!
charaNam 1: Sita, your dear Sita, had to forsake the pleasures of the palace and live in the forest enduring numerous inconveniences. O! destroyer of Asuras and Surpanaka who was at the instance of expressing her love for you and had her nose ripped off.
charaNam 2: When sage Narada sought to understand the subtlety and secret behind the Lord's sport- lilas- he was transformrd into a woman. When sage Durvasa sought food from Draupadi, he lost his appetite. caraNam 3: Devaki, in prison, yearned to enjoy the infantile pranks of Krishna but only Yashoda was blessed with them, When the gopis were passionately in love with you, you caused them to abandon their husbands.
charaNam 4: I wonder whether I will secure your grace anytime but the secret is out. O! king of Koshala! Svami! What is this deception?