Annamayya Keerthana

Annamayya Keerthana – Dolayanchala Lyrics in English With Meaning

Annamayya Keerthana – Dolaayaanchala Lyrics in English:

Dolayam chala dolayam hare dolayam
Dolayam chala dolayam hare dolayam

Meena kurma varaaha, mrugapati avathaara
danavaare guna saure, dharani dhara maru janaka
Dolayam chala dolayam hare dolayam || 1 ||

Vamana rama rama, vara krushna avathara
syamalanga ranga ranga, samaja varada muraharana
Dolayam chala dolayam hare dolayam || 2 ||

Daaruna buddha kaliki, dasha vidha avathara
sirapane gosamane sri venkata giri kutanilaya
Dolayam chala dolayam hare dolayam || 3 ||

Annamayya Keerthana – Dolaayaanchala Meaning:

Dolayam chala dolayam hare dolayam
Let us rock the cradle/swing (dolayam) with krishna (hare) on it and set it into motion (cala).

Caranam 1
Meena kurma varaaha, mrugapati avathaara, danavaare guna saure, dharani dhara maru janaka, Dolayam chala dolayam hare dolayam

(Let us rock the cradle with krishna), the father (janaka) of manmatha (maru), the one who held up (dhara) the earth (dharani), the repository of moral character (guna) and valor (Saure), and the enemy (are) of the demons (danava), who incarnated (avatara) as a fish (mina), a tortoise (kurma), a boar (varaha) and the king (pati) of the beasts (mrga), the lion (narasimha).

Caranam 2
Vamana rama rama, vara krushna avathara, syamalanga ranga ranga, samaja varada muraharana, Dolayam chala dolayam hare dolayam

(Let us rock the cradle with krishna), who overpowered (harana) the demon, mura, who granted the boon (varada) of life to the elephant king (samaja), the wonderful ranga with blue-hued (syamala) limbs (anga), who took the form of (avatara) vamana, parasurama, rama, and the excellent (vara) krishna.

Caranam 3
Daaruna buddha kaliki, dasha vidha avathara, sirapane gosamane sri venkata giri kutanilaya,
Dolayam chala dolayam hare dolayam

(Let us rock the cradle with krishna), who lives/resides (nilaya) at the summit (kuta) of the divine (sri) venkata mountain (giri), holds a plough (shira) in his hands (pane), and smells (ane) of myrrh (gosam), who took the form of (avaara) as the superlative (daruna) buddha and kalki (kaliki) to make up the ten (dasa) types (vidha) of incarnations.

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