Kowsalya supraja Rama poorva sandhya pravarthathe Uthishta narasardoola karthavyam daivamahnikam. Uthishtothishta Govinda uthishta garudadhwaja Uthishta kamalakantha thrilokyam mangalam kuru 3. Mathassamasta jagatham madukaitabhare Vakshoviharini manohara divyamoorthe Sree swamini srithajana priya danaseele Sree Venkatesadayithe thava suprabhatham. Thavasuprabhathamaravindalochane Bhavathu prasanna mukhachandra mandale Vidhisankarendra vanithabhirarchithe Vrishasaila nathadavithel davanidhe 5. Athriyadhi saptharushaysamupasyasandyam Aakasa sindhu kamalani manoharani Aadaya padhayuga marchayithum prapanna Seshadrisekhara vibho!
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Wake up, the divine daily rituals have to be performed. Sunlight is approaching in the East. Govinda, wake up! Garudadhvaja one who has Garuda on his flag! Kamalakanta the husband of Kamala! Lakshmi, the Mother of the Worlds, who dwells on the chest of Vishnu, the enemy of the demons, Madhu and Kaitabha , of attractive and divine form, with the nature of granting what is desired by those seeking refuge!
Lakshmi, the beloved of the Lord of Vrsacala, with eyes like lotus petals, with a bright face like the Moon, who is worshipped by Vani, Girija and Pulomaja the wives of Brahma, Sankara and Indra and who is very compassionate. Lord of Seshachala! May it be an auspicious dawn to Thee. Nearby is Brhaspati who is reading out the planetary position called Panchangam of the day. Lord Seshachala! 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! They are at your doorstep eager to see you, for their own well-being, though they have been hit with canes by your gods. 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!
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! Bearer of the mole Srivatsa! Celestial tree parijata under whom refuge is sought!
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! 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. 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! Composed by M. Ramakrishna Bhat, retired professor of Benares Hindu University.
Annan, in the year A. He was an ardent disciple of Sri Manavala Mamuni, who had, earlier in his life, written another great work of poetic art, Sri Ranganatha Suprabhatham. The divine process of waking up the holy Lord everyday begins with the recitation of these 29 Slokas. These stanzas are recited to praise the glory of Lord Venkateswara requesting Him to offer us protection from all the evil forces of this inhuman world. The second stanza is dedicated to Govinda, here in this case Lord Krishna, the cowherd who protected many Cows from the hail storm caused by Lord Indra. The poet further supplicates in the tenth Sloka that he, having come from a long distance to worship His feet, might be favored for his occasional visits with the same fruit as accrues from his daily worship. In the next fifteen stanzas, the poet surrenders himself to the holy lotus feet of Lord Venkateswara.
This ritual is performed at Sayana Mandapam inside sanctum sanctorum to wake up the Lord from His celestial sleep, amidst the rhythmic chanting of vedic hymns. This particular hymn consists of four parts including Suprabhatam, Stotram, Prapatti and Mangalasasanam Suprabhatam-It means the awakening of Lord from His divine sleep and it consists of 29 slokas. Stotram-These are the hymns in praise of Lord, consisting 11 slokas. Prapatti-Meaning Total Surrender to the lord and it has 16 stanzas.
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Meaning : Morning wishes to you Srinivasa; You are the lord of the Mother Earth Bhoomi , you possess innumerable auspicious qualities like compassion, Lord of all Gods, the only refuge of the universe and waited on at your feet by Nityasuris eternal companions like Ananta and Garuda. Good morning. Meaning : O Padmanabha, Purushottama, Vasudeva, Vaikunta,Madhava, identified by your insignias of Srivatsa and the disk chakra in your hand, You are like the havenly Parijata tree in granting the wishes of those who surrender at your feet. Good morning to you. Kandarpa darpahara sundara divya murte Kanta kuchamburuha kudmala lola dhrishte Kalyana nirmala gunakara divya kirte Sri Venkatachalapate tava suprabhatam.