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Thillai Ambala Nataraja Lyrics in English and Meaning

Lord Shiva Song: Thillai Ambala Nataraja Lyrics in English:

Gangai Anindhavaa ….
Kandor Thozhum Vilaasaa ….
Sadhangai Aadum Paadha Vinodhaa ….
Lingeswaraaaa … Nin Thaal Thunai Nee Thaa

Thillai Ambala Nataraja, Sezhumai Naadhane Paramesaa
Thillai Ambala Nataraja, Sezhumai Naadhane Paramesaa

Allal Theerthaandavaa, Vaa Vaa Amizhdhaanavaa
Allal Theerthaandavaa, Vaa Vaa Amizhdhaanavaa

Thillai Ambala Nataraja, Sezhumai Naadhane Paramesaa

Engum Inbam Vilangave eeyyyy
Engum Inbam Vilangave , Arul Umaapathy

Elimai Agala Varam Thaa Vaa Vaa, Valam Ponga Vaa
Elimai Agala Varam Thaa Vaa Vaa, Valam Ponga Vaa

Thillai Ambala Nataraja, Sezhumai Naadhane Paramesaa

Pala Vidha Naadum Kalai Yedum, Panivudan Unaiye Thudhi Paadum
Pala Vidha Naadum Kalai Yedum, Panivudan Unaiye Thudhi Paadum

Kalai Alangaara Paandiya Rani Nesaa …..
Kalai Alangaara Paandiya Rani Nesaa …..

Malaiyin Vaasaa, Mangaa Madhiyaanavaa

Thillai Ambala Nataraja, Sezhumai Naadhane Paramesaa
Thillai Ambala Nataraja, Sezhumai Naadhane Paramesaa

Sambooooooooooo ………..

Lord Shiva Song: தில்லை அம்பல நடராஜா Lyrics in Meaning:

The one who adorns the ganges! The charming one revered by everyone! The handsome one who dances with his Salangai clad feet! The ultimate one who manifests as the Linga! I surrender unto your feet! You are forever my support!

The lord of dance, Nataraja, who performs on the stage amidst the Thillai forests, (who presides the Thillai Nataraja Temple as the Thillai Koothan ) The lord of affluence, Oh supreme lord! The lord who resolved all my distresses, come, come! The one who is the sweet elixir of life!

For happiness to be omnipresent, Grace us, Oh Umapathy (Lord Parvathy’s husband, one of the names of Lord Shiva) Grant us the boon for all weaknesses to vanish, come come, for us to flourish exceedingly!

Numerous clans and artforms, humbly sing prayers in your glory, The one who is liked by the Queens of the Pandya (who are decored with art forms), The one who lives in the mountains! The one for whom the admiration never fades! (The one with unfading wisdom!)

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