Thu hai Brahma

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Thu hai Brahma
(you are Brahma)

Composed by
Prof B.Ramamurthy Rao

Translated by

P.R.Ramachander

Ragam : Hamsadhwani Thalam  : Kerva

Pallavi

Thu hai brahma thu hai Vishnu
Thu parameshwaru thu naarayanu (Thu hai)

You are Brahma, you are Vishnu,
You are Parameshwara, you are Narayana.

Anupallavi

Shrishti sthithi laya kaarana thuhe
Sakala charaachara antharuyami (Thu hai)

You do the creation, upkeep and final dissolution,
You who are inside all beings, which move and do not move.

Charanam

Thu hai vani thu hai lakshmi
Thu parameshwari kailasa nandini
Jagavandini ma jagath karini thu
Thu bhuvaneshwari budha jana paalini
Thu hai mahaan thu hai nidhan
Thu hai dhayan thu bhagavan
Anatha namkey ek roopu thu
Krishna prabh thu mey krishnadasa (Thu hai)

You are Saraswathi , you are Lakshmi,
You are Pravathi the daughter of Kailasa,
You are saluted by the world, Oh mother, you are the cause of the world,
You are the goddess of universe who takes care of wise people,
You are the greatest and you are the soft one,
You are meditation and you are God,
Though you have endless names, you are one,
You are Lord Krishna and I am Krishna dasa.