1. Ananta Samsaara Samudra Taara
Noukaayitaabhyaam Guru Bhakti Daabhyaam
Vairaagya Saamraajyada Poojanaabhyaam
Namo Namaha Shri Guru Paadukaabhyaam (2)
2. Kavitva Vaaraashi Nishaakaraabhyaam
Dourbhaagya Daavaam Budamaalikaabhyaam
Dooree Krutaa Namra Vipatti Taabhyaam (Namo Namaha... 3)
3. Nataayayoh Shri Patitaam Sameeyuhu
Kadaachidapyaashu Daridra Varyaah
Mookaascha Vaachaspatitaam Hitaabhyaam (Namo Namaha... 3)
4. Naaleekaneekaasha Padaahrutaabhyaam
Naanaa Vimohaadi Nivaarikaabhyaam
Namajjanaabheeshta Tatipradaabhyaam (Namo Namaha... 3)
5. Nrupaali Mouli Vraja Ratna Kaanti
Sarid Viraajan Jhasha Kanyakaabhyaam
Nrupatva Daabhyaam Nata Loka Pankteh (Namo Namaha... 3)
6. Paapaandhakaaraarka Paramparaabhyaam
Jaadyaabdhi Samshoshana Vaadavaabhyaam (Namo Namaha 3)
7. Shamaadi Shatkaprada Vaibhavaabhyaam
Samaadhi Daanavrata Deekshitaabhyaam
Muktehe Hetuscha Sthira Bhakti Daabhyaam (Namo Namaha 3)
8. Swaarchaa Paraanaam Akhileshta Daabhyaam
Swaahaa Sahaayaaksha Dhurandharaabhyaam
Swaantaachha Bhaava Prada Poojanaabhyaam (Namo Namaha3)
9. Kaamaadi Sarpavraja Gaarudaabhyaam
Viveka Vairaagya Nidhi Pradaabhyaam
Bodhapradaabhyaam Druta Mokshadaabhyaam (Namo Namaha..3)
1. Let us salute the Padukas (sandals) of the Preceptor (Guru), which bestow upon us devotion to the preceptor and supreme detachment which act as a ship that takes us across the endless ocean of birth and death.
2. Let us salute the Padukas of the Preceptor, which act as the moon to the ocean of one’s poetic prowess, and also as a cluster of dense clouds that extinguish the fire of one’s misfortunes which destroy the difficulties of those devoted to them.
3. Let us salute the Padukas of the Preceptor, by worshipping which, the poorest of the poor become supremely wealthy in this life and even a dumb person becomes a great orator.
4. Let us salute the Padukas of the Preceptor, which destroys all our attachments and desires, and which fulfills the aspirations of those that bow to the preceptor.
5. Let us salute the Padukas of the Preceptor, which shine like (a pair of) fish in the river of effulgent gems that adorn the crowns of kings (who bow before them) and which grant kingship to those who salute them.
6. Let us salute the Padukas of the Preceptor, which act as a row of many suns that destroys the darkness of ignorance and as the Lord of eagles that slays the serpents of sufferings (three types) and which become the fire that dries up the ocean of diseases.
7. Let us salute the Padukas of the Preceptor, which have the glory of granting the six qualities (that qualify an aspirant to pursue the spiritual path), which are bound by the pledge to grant the state of Samadhi (the highest state of Divine communion) that which causes liberation and bestows unwavering devotion to the feet of the Lord.
8. Let us salute the Padukas of the Preceptor which fulfill all the aspirations of those who worship them at all times and which are the first among those that grant us pure joy and help, and which are worthy of worship since they bestow upon us purity of thought.
9. Let us salute the Padukas of the Preceptor, which are like the eagles for the serpents (six inner enemies) led by desire, and grant us the treasure of discrimination and detachment and bestow upon us wisdom and liberation.