Narayaniyam Trayastrimsadasakam In English – Narayaneyam Dasakam 33

Narayaniyam Trayastrimsadasakam in English:

॥ narayanīyaṁ trayastriṁśadaśakam ॥

narayanīyaṁ trayastriṁśadaśakam (33) – aṁbarīsacaritam

vaivasvatakhyamanuputranabhagajata-
nabhaganamakanarēndrasutō:’ṁbarīsaḥ ।
saptarnavavr̥tamahīdayitō:’pi rēmē
tvatsaṅgisu tvayi ca magnamanassadaiva ॥ 33-1 ॥

tvatprītayē sakalamēva vitanvatō:’sya
bhaktyaiva dēva naciradabhr̥thaḥ prasadam ।
yēnasya yacanamr̥tē:’pyabhiraksanarthaṁ
cakraṁ bhavanpravitatara sahasradharam ॥ 33-2 ॥

sa dvadaśīvratamathō bhavadarcanarthaṁ
varsaṁ dadhau madhuvanē yamunōpakanthē ।
patnya samaṁ sumanasa mahatīṁ vitanvan
pūjaṁ dvijēsu visr̥janpaśusastikōtim ॥ 33-3 ॥

tatratha paranadinē bhavadarcanantē
durvasasa:’sya munina bhavanaṁ prapēdē ।
bhōktuṁ vr̥taścasa nr̥pēna parartiśīlō
mandaṁ jagama yamunaṁ niyamanvidhasyan ॥ 33-4 ॥

rajñatha paranamuhūrtasamaptikhēda-
dvaraiva paranamakari bhavatparēna ।
praptō munistadatha divyadr̥śa vijanan
ksipyan krudhōddhr̥tajatō vitatana kr̥tyam ॥ 33-5 ॥

kr̥tyaṁ ca tamasidharaṁ bhuvanaṁ dahantī-
magrē:’bhivīksyanr̥patirna padaccakampē ।
tvadbhaktabadhamabhivīksya sudarśanaṁ tē
kr̥tyanalaṁ śalabhayanmunimanvadhavīt ॥ 33-6 ॥

dhavannaśēsabhuvanēsu bhiya sa paśyan
viśvatra cakramapi tē gatavanviriñcam ।
kaḥ kalacakramatilaṅghayatītyapastaḥ
śarvaṁ yayau sa ca bhavantamavandataiva ॥ 33-7 ॥

bhūyō bhavannilayamētya muniṁ namantaṁ
prōcē bhavanahamr̥sē nanu bhaktadasaḥ ।
jñanaṁ tapaśca vinayanvitamēva manyaṁ
yahyaṁbarīsapadamēva bhajēti bhūman ॥ 33-8 ॥

tavatsamētya munina sa gr̥hītapadō
raja:’pasr̥tya bhavadastramasavanausīt ।
cakrē gatē muniradadakhilaśisō:’smai
tvadbhaktimagasi kr̥tē:’pi kr̥paṁ ca śaṁsan ॥ 33-9 ॥

raja pratīksya munimēkasamamanaśvan
saṁbhōjya sadhu tamr̥siṁ visr̥janprasannam ।
bhuktva svayaṁ tvayi tatō:’pi dr̥dhaṁ ratō:’bhū-
tsayujyamapa ca sa maṁ pavanēśa payaḥ ॥ 33-10 ॥

iti trayastriṁśadaśakaṁ samaptam ॥

Narayaniyam Trayastrimsadasakam Meaning:

Though Ambareesha who was the son of Narapathi,
Who was the son of Nabhaga,
And who himself was the son of Vaivaswatha Manu
Was the king of earth surrounded by the seven oceans,
He was at all times devoted to you and spent his time drowned in you. ॥ 33.1 ॥

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Pleased by the devotion of him, who was doing all actions only to please you,
Oh Lord without any loss of time, you wanted to bless him,
And without his demanding, you gave him the Sudarshana Wheel,
Which had one thousand sharp edges, for his protection. ॥ 33.2 ॥

During that time that Ambareesha along with his virtuous wife,
Lived In Madhuvana on the banks of Yamuna with an only aim of worshipping you,
And observed the Dwadasi penance for the entire year along with worship,
And gave away ten million cows as gifts to Brahmins. ॥ 33.3 ॥

On a Dwadasi day during the breaking of fast, after doing worship of Vishnu,
Sage Durwasa paid a visit to him in his house at Madhuvana,
And the king invited him for food and that sage,
Who had a natural inclination to cause problems,
Walked slowly to the Yamuna to complete his noon ablations. ॥ 33.4 ॥

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The king due to the anxiety of proper time for breaking fast getting over,
With all his attention concentrated on you, broke fast with only water,
And the sage who returned by that time, coming to know that he has broken his fast,
Berated the king and tearing a piece of his own hair created,
A wicked being called Krithya to destroy the king. ॥ 33.5 ॥

Even when Kruthya armed with a sword marched towards him,
As if it intended to completely burn the world,
The king did not budge from his position,
And your Sudharshana wheel, seeing that your devotee is in danger,
Made kruthya look like a fly which has fallen into the fire,
And started chasing the sage and went after him. ॥ 33.6 ॥

Scared that great sage ran around in all the worlds,
And wherever he went the wheel chased him,
And when he went and sought the protection of Brahma,
He forsook him saying, “who can prevent the wheel of time?”,
The sage went and sought the protection of Lord Shiva,
And he did nothing but he saluted you and kept quiet. ॥ 33.7 ॥

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Then you, who are everywhere, told the sage who came and saluted you,
“Sage, I am the slave of my devotees and you well know that,
Knowledge and penance are respected only if it is mixed with humility,
And so go and pray at the feet of king Ambareesha only. ॥ 33.8 ॥

Then itself the great sage went to the place of Ambareesha,
And when he caught the king’s feet, the king praised,
your great weapon and then the holy wheel went away,
And that sage praised the king’s great devotion to you,
And his mercy even to those who do harm to him,
And wished him all sorts of good things. ॥ 33.9 ॥

The king who waited for the coming of the sage for one full year,
Did not take any food or drink during that time,
And he fed the great sage well and bid farewell to him who was pleased,
And then took food and he became more devoted to you,
And attained salvation, and Oh Lord of Guruvayur, please protect me. ॥ 33.10 ॥

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