97. Araudraḥ kunḍalī cakrī vikramyūrjita śāsanaḥ
He is free from anger. He is Adisesha. He holds the Sudarsana wheel. He has great prowess. His commands are extremely sublime. He transcends speech. He is conveyed by the Vedas. He cools the three kinds of torment. He is the maker of night.
98. Akrūraḥ pēśalō dakṣō dakṣiṇaḥ kṣamiṇāṁ varaḥ
Vidvattamō vītabhayaḥ puṇyaśravaṇa kīrtanaḥ
He is devoid of cruelty. He is beautiful in form, actions, and speech. He is skillful. He is efficient. He is immensely patient. He is the wisest. He is fearless. His names, when heard or chanted bestow spiritual merit.
99. Uttāraṇō duṣkr̥tihā puṇyō duḥsvapna nāśanaḥ
Vīrahā rakṣaṇassantō jīvanaḥ paryavasthitaḥ
He is the savior. He is the destroyer of evil deeds. He promotes righteousness. He destroys bad dreams. He destroys wrong paths. He is the protector of the three worlds. He is of the form of saints. He sustains life. He exists pervading the whole Universe.
100. Anantarūpōnanta śrīr jitamanyur bhayāpahaḥ
Caturaśrō gabhīrātmā vidiśō vyādiśō diśaḥ
He is of infinite forms. He is of infinite power. He has conquered anger. He destroys fear. He bestows the four goals of life. He is of an unfathomable nature. He distributes fruits of action. He directs Indra. He is the giver of results.
101. Anādir bhūrbhuvō lakṣmīssuvīrō rucirāngadaḥ
Jananō janajanmādir bhīmō bhīma parākramaḥ
He has no beginning. He is the supporter of everything. He is resplendent. He has brilliant ways of manifestation. He is adorned with attractive ornaments. He is the Creator. He is the cause of beings. He is the source of fear for the wicked. His power causes fear to the demonic ones.
102. Ādhāra nilayō dhātā puṣpahāsaḥ prajāgaraḥ
Ūrdhvagassatpathācāraḥ prāṇadaḥ praṇavaḥ paṇaḥ
He supports the 5 elements. He requires no support. His manifestation as the Universe resembles the blossoming of flower buds. He is ever awake for protecting devotees. He is above everything. He follows the path of righteousness. He revives life. He is the supreme syllable OM. He bestows the fruits of karma.
103. Pramāṇaṁ prāṇa nilayaḥ prāṇabhr̥t prāṇajīvanaḥ
Tatvaṁ tatvavidēkātmā janma mr̥tyu jarātigaḥ
He is authoritative in wisdom. He is the resting place of Life Energy. He sustains life by food. He is the life of beings. He is the Reality. He knows His own true nature. He is the sole spirit in all. He transcends birth, death, and decay.
104. Bhūrbhuvasvastarustārassavitā prapitāmahaḥ
Yajñō yajñapatir yajvā yajñāngō yajñavāhanaḥ
He causes one to transcend worldliness through the essence contained in the Vedas. He rescues beings from the illusory world. He is the Father. He is the father of Brahma. He is of the form of sacrifice. He is the Lord of sacrifices. He performs sacrifices. He is identified with all the parts of a sacrifice. He is the cause of the results of sacrifices.
105. Yajña bhr̥d yajñakr̥t yajñī yajñabhug yajña sādhanaḥ
Yajñāntakr̥d yajñaguhyamannamannāda ēva ca
He is the protector of sacrifices. He is the creator of sacrifices. He is the goal of sacrifices. He is the enjoyer of sacrifices. He is the means (as sacrifice) to reach Him. He is the giver of the results of sacrifice. He is the secret of sacrifice. He is the sustaining power in food. He is the eater of and the eaten.
106. Ātmayōnissvayanjātō vaikhānassāmagāyanaḥ
Dēvakīnandanasraṣṭā kṣitīśaḥ pāpanāśanaḥ
He is the source of all, the Self. He is born of Himself. He excavated the earth as the Boar to kill the demon Hiranyaksha. He chants the Sama Veda. He is Krishna. He is the Creator of all the worlds. He is the Lord of the earth. He is the destroyer of sins of those who meditate upon Him.
107. Śankhabhr̥nnandakī cakrī śārñgadhanvā gadādharaḥ
He bears the conch shell (the 5 elements). He bears the sword (Knowledge). He spins the wheel (worldly life). He holds the bow (the sense organs). He has the mace (the principle of intelligence). He holds the discus. He is unperturbed. He is armed with all kinds of weapons.
Śrī sarva praharaṇāyudhaḥ ōṁ nama iti
I offer prostrations to the one who wields all types of weapons.
108. Vanamālī gadī śārñgī śankhī cakrī ca nandakī
Śrīmānnārāyaṇō viṣṇurvāsudēvōbhi rakṣatu (3)
May Lord Narayana, who is also called Vishnu and Vasudeva, who wears the garland, holds the mace, the bow, the conch shell, the discus, and the sword, always protect us from all sides!
Śrī vāsudēvōbhirakṣatvōṁ nama iti
I bow down and offer worship to the protector Vaasudeva (Krishna/Vishnu). Sri Guru Datta