ପାଣ୍ଡୁରଙ୍ଗାଷ୍ଟକଂ Lyrics in Oriya:
ମହାୟୋଗପୀଠେ ତଟେ ଭୀମରଥ୍ୟା
ଵରଂ ପୁଣ୍ଡରୀକାୟ ଦାତୁଂ ମୁନୀନ୍ଦ୍ରୈଃ ।
ପରବ୍ରହ୍ମଲିଙ୍ଗଂ ଭଜେ ପାଣ୍ଡୁରଙ୍ଗମ୍ ॥ ୧॥
ରମାମଂଦିରଂ ସୁଂଦରଂ ଚିତ୍ପ୍ରକାଶମ୍ ।
ଵରଂ ତ୍ଵିଷ୍ଟକାୟାଂ ସମନ୍ୟସ୍ତପାଦଂ
ପରବ୍ରହ୍ମଲିଙ୍ଗଂ ଭଜେ ପାଣ୍ଡୁରଙ୍ଗମ୍ ॥ ୨॥
ପ୍ରମାଣଂ ଭଵାବ୍ଧେରିଦଂ ମାମକାନାଂ
ନିତମ୍ବଃ କରାଭ୍ୟାଂ ଧୃତୋ ୟେନ ତସ୍ମାତ୍ ।
ଵିଧାତୁର୍ଵସତ୍ୟୈ ଧୃତୋ ନାଭିକୋଶଃ
ପରବ୍ରହ୍ମଲିଙ୍ଗଂ ଭଜେ ପାଣ୍ଡୁରଙ୍ଗମ୍ ॥ ୩॥
ଶ୍ରିୟା ଜୁଷ୍ଟକେୟୂରକଂ ଶ୍ରୀନିଵାସମ୍ ।
ଶିଵଂ ଶାଂତମୀଡ୍ୟଂ ଵରଂ ଲୋକପାଲଂ
ପରବ୍ରହ୍ମଲିଙ୍ଗଂ ଭଜେ ପାଣ୍ଡୁରଙ୍ଗମ୍ ॥ ୪॥
ପରବ୍ରହ୍ମଲିଙ୍ଗଂ ଭଜେ ପାଣ୍ଡୁରଙ୍ଗମ୍॥ ୫॥
ସୁରୈରର୍ଚିତଂ ଦିଵ୍ୟରତ୍ନୈରନର୍ଘୈଃ ।
ପରବ୍ରହ୍ମଲିଙ୍ଗଂ ଭଜେ ପାଣ୍ଡୁରଙ୍ଗମ୍॥ ୬॥
ଵିଭୁଂ ଵେଣୁନାଦଂ ଚରଂତଂ ଦୁରଂତଂ
ସ୍ଵୟଂ ଲୀଲୟା ଗୋପଵେଷଂ ଦଧାନମ୍ ।
ଗଵାଂ ବୃନ୍ଦକାନନ୍ଦଦଂ ଚାରୁହାସଂ
ପରବ୍ରହ୍ମଲିଙ୍ଗଂ ଭଜେ ପାଣ୍ଡୁରଙ୍ଗମ୍ ॥ ୭॥
ଅଜଂ ରୁକ୍ମିଣୀପ୍ରାଣସଞ୍ଜୀଵନଂ ତଂ
ପରଂ ଧାମ କୈଵଲ୍ୟମେକଂ ତୁରୀୟମ୍ ।
ପ୍ରସନ୍ନଂ ପ୍ରପନ୍ନାର୍ତିହଂ ଦେଵଦେଵଂ
ପରବ୍ରହ୍ମଲିଙ୍ଗଂ ଭଜେ ପାଣ୍ଡୁରଙ୍ଗମ୍ ॥ ୮॥
ସ୍ତଵଂ ପାଣ୍ଡୁରଂଗସ୍ୟ ଵୈ ପୁଣ୍ୟଦଂ ୟେ
ପଠନ୍ତ୍ୟେକଚିତ୍ତେନ ଭକ୍ତ୍ୟା ଚ ନିତ୍ୟମ୍ ।
ଭଵାଂଭୋନିଧିଂ ତେ ଵିତୀର୍ତ୍ଵାନ୍ତକାଲେ
ହରେରାଲୟଂ ଶାଶ୍ଵତଂ ପ୍ରାପ୍ନୁଵନ୍ତି ॥
॥ ଇତି ଶ୍ରୀମତ୍ପରମହଂସପରିଵ୍ରାଜକାଚାର୍ୟସ୍ୟ
ପାଣ୍ଡୁରଙ୍ଗାଷ୍ଟକଂ ସମ୍ପୂର୍ଣମ୍ ॥
Pandurangashtakam Meaning :
I worship that Panduranga, who has the characteristics of the Supreme Brahman and who is the source of happiness. He has come to his spot on the bank of the river Bhimarathi which is a great seat of yogic prowess, and is standing here along with great seers in order to confer boon on Pundarika.
I bow to that Paanduranga, who has the characteristics of the Supreme Brahman. He has dress brilliant like the lightning, and has the colour of the blue clouds. He is the abode of Goddess Ramaa (Lakshmi). He is handsome and is (verily) the effulgence of consciousness. He is the Highest who has firmly placed His feet on the brick.
The reading ‘param’ has been instead of ‘varam’ as it is more appropriate.
I salute that Paanduranga, who has the characteristics of the Supreme Brahman. Since He has held His waist with His two, hands, He seems to declare, `For my devotees, the ocean of worldly life is this measure (depth) alone’. In order to provide an abode for (lord) Brahmaa He has produced the flower in his navel.
Often people suffering in the worldly life feel that they are completely lost. But God seems to assure that the worldly life is only waist deep by standing in that pose placing his hands on the waist
I adore that Paanduranga, who has the characteristics of the Supreme Brahman. He is adorned by the sparkling gem kaustubha around the neck and by the armlets of rare charm. He is the abode of the Goddess Sri. He is benevolent, calm and worthy of adoration. He is the excellent protector of the world.
Kaustubha is the name of a clebrated gem obtained with thirteen other jewels at the churning of the ocean and worn by lord Vishn.
I worship that Paanduranga, who possesses the characteristics of the Supreme Brahman. His face resembles the autumnal moon and His is a captivating smile. His cheeks are covered by shining ear-rings. His lips are red like the bimba (fruit) and hibiscus flower. His eyes are like lotuses.
The autumnal moon shines bright without any impediment. The lord with His captivating smile is compared to the autumnal moon. The bimba fruit on account of its red colour is often used as a simile for the lips.
I salute that Paanduranga, who has the characteristics of the Supreme Brahman. His crown illumines all quarters and He is worshipped by the celestials with invaluable divine gems. He stands in the three-bend posture and He wears peacock feathers and garlands.
The reading `anargha’ has been taken instead of `anarghya’ because of the popular usage, although the two words means the same.
I adore that paanduranga, who has the characteristics of the Supreme Brahman. He is the all pervasive one, sporting in the sound of lute. He spells the end to the wicked. He wears the dress of a cowherd and brings great delight to herds of cows. He has an attractive smile.
The bewitching smile and the luring sound of His lute and the simple attire of a cowherd are assuring that he may be approached by anyone without any reservations.
I praise that paanduranga, who has the characteristics of the Supreme Brahman. He is unborn one who has revived as it were, the life of Rukmini. He is the supreme effulgence and He is the one ultimate and fourth state and beatitude. He is gracious, removing the distress of those seeking refuge under Him. He is the lord of lords.
Those who steadfastly and wit devotion always read (this hymn) on Paanduranga which dowers merits, cross the vast ocean of mundane existence and at the end reach the eternal abode of lord Hari.