Annamayya Keerthana – Antaryami Alasiti in English:
antaryami alasiti solasiti |
intata ni saranide joccitini ||
korina korkulu koyani katlu |
tiravu nivavi tencaka |
bharapu baggalu papa punyamulu |
nerupula bonivu nivu vaddanaka ||
janula sangamula jakka rogamulu |
vinu viduvavu nivu vidipincaka |
vinayapu dainyamu viduvani karmamu |
canadadi nivitu santaparacaka ||
madilo cintalu mailalu manugulu |
vadalavu nivavi vaddanaka |
edutane sri venkatesvara nivade |
adana gacitivi attittanaka ||
Annamayya Keerthana – Antaryami Alasiti Meaning:
Oh Venkateswara, the Omnipresent and Ubiquitous Being, I have had enough of this worldly life; I am tired, swooning and collapsing; let me have Your solace; I beg protection under Your shelter!
The desires (wants) of human beings are trash until YOU make them realise so! We cannot isolate ourselves from sins and virtues unless YOU help us!
We involve ourselves so deeply in worldly attachments that we cannot come out of that disease unless YOU nurse us. We embrace ourselves in ominous rumblings of fate that do not leave unless YOU solicit us.
Sorrows in the mind are but heaps and tonnes of filth, which cannot be cleaned unless YOU intervene. Oh Lord Venkateswara, You have been waiting for an opportunity to entangle us with boons in shape of worldly pleasures just for an asking; Now, get us out of these attachments and embrace us!