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Song Name: Namo Namah Tulasi Maharani (Sri Tulasi Arotik)

Author: Candrasekhara Kavi

Book Name: None

Language: Hindi

 

LYRICS:

(1)

namo namaḥ–I offer my obeisances to you again and again; tulasi mahārāṇi–O Tulasī Mahārāṇī!; vṛnde–O Vṛndā!; mahārāṇi–O grand Queen!; namo namaḥ–I offer my obeisances to you again and again; namo re–my obeisances unto you!; namo re–my obeisances unto you!; maiyā–O mother!; namo nārāyaṇi–O Nārāyaṇī, wife of Lord Nārāyaṇa!

 

(2)

yāńko daraśe–whoever sees you; paraśe–or touches you; agha-nāśa-i–all sins are destroyed; mahimā–your glories; veda-purāṇe–in the Vedas and Purāṇas; vākhāni–are described.

 

(3)

yāńko–whose; patra–leaves; mañjarī komala–and soft mañjarīs; śrī-pati– of Lord Nārāyaṇa, the husband of Lakṣmī caraṇa-kamale–at the lotus feet; lapaṭāni–are entwined; dhanya tulasi meiyā–O blessed mother Tulasī!; pūraṇa–you successfully completed; tapa kiye–performing austerities; śrī-śālagrāma–of Srī śālagrāma-śīlā; mahā-pāṭarāṇī–and have thus become the chief consort and queen.

 

(4)

dhūpa–incense; dīpa–a ghee l naivedya–edibles; ārati–the ārati ceremony; phulanā kiye–offering to you; varakhā–you shower; varakhāni–your rain of mercy; chāppānna bhoga–the fifty-six varieties of cooked food; chatriśa byañjana–or the thirty-six different curries; vinā tulasī–without tulasī leaves; prabhu–the Lord; eka nāhi māni–does not care for even one of them.

 

(5)

śiva-śuka-nārada–Lord Siva, Sukadeva Gosvāmī, Devarṣi Nārada; aur– and; brahmādiko–demigods headed by Lord Brahmā; ḍh rata phirata–are circumambulating you; mahā-muni jñānī–and all the wise jñānīs and great munis; candraśekhara–this Candraśekhara; meiyā–O mother!; terā yaśa–your glories; gāowe–thus sings; bhakati-dāna–the gift of pure devotion; dijiye–please bestow upon me; mahārāṇi–O Mahārāṇī!

 

UPDATED: June 15, 2009