SrI: SrImathE SatakOpAya nama: SrImathE rAmAnujAya nama: SrImath varavaramunayE nama:
thathO bhagavathA svayamEva AthmasanjIvanEna
(amaryAdha Seelavatha athiprEmAnvithEna) avalOkanEna avalOkya,
sarvadhESa sarvakAla sarvAvasthOchitha
athyantha SEshabhAvAya svIkrutha: anugyAthaScha athyantha
sAdhvasa vinayAvanatha: kinkurvANa: kruthAnjaliputa:
bhagavantham upAsItha II
AthmasanjIvanEna amaryAdha Seelavatha athiprEmAnvithEna – Athma sanjIvanEna – for AthmA’s superior sustenance; amaryAdha – without any limit; Seelavatha – with his auspicious qualities; athiprEmAnvithEna – with lot of love and affection. For the sake of AthmA’s sustenance, bhagavAn, out of his unlimited auspicious qualities, and with plenty of love towards jIvAthmA.
sarvadhESa sarvakAla sarva avashtha uchitha athyantha SEsha bhAvAya – sarvadhESa – in all places; sarvakAla – at all times; sarva avastha uchitha – in all states, appropriately; athyantha – without an end; SEsha bhAvAya – in the state of carrying out kainkaryam. bhagavAn blesses him to carry out kainkaryam in all places (whether he is in the maNdapam or in the garden or at the pond etc), at all times (morning or afternoon or evening or night), in all states (whether he is sitting or standing or walking or any other such state), appropriate to that place/time/state, without any end and always with the emotional state of doing kainkaryam.
athyantha sAdhvasa vinayAvanatha: – athyantha – without an end; sAdhvasa – with humility; vinayAvanatha: – bending down with modesty. On hearing from bhagavAn that he can do kainkaryam, the jIvAthmA with all humility, with head bowed in modesty, asks bhagavAn…
kim kurvANa: krutha anjaliputa: – kim – what; kurvANa: – should I do? krutha – done; anjali puta: joined palms (in salutation). He asks bhagavAn as to what he should do, with joined palms.
We shall next see the 5th chUrNai.
Translation by krishNa rAmAnuja dhAsan.
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