Chapter-4. ( The Hamsa-guhya Prayers )
yonugrahartham bhajatam pada-mulam
anama-rupo bhagavan anantah,
namani rupani ca janma-karmabhir
bheje sa mahyam paramah prasidatu.
yah = who (the Supreme Personality of Godhead);
anugraha-artham = to show His causeless mercy;
bhajatam = to the devotees who always render devotional service;
pada-mulam = to His transcendental lotus feet;
anama = with no material name;
rupah = or material form;
bhagavan = the Supreme Personality of Godhead;
anantah = unlimited, all-pervading and eternally existing;
naman = transcendental holy names;
rupani = His transcendental forms;
ca = also;
janma-karmabhih = with His transcendental birth and activities;
bheje = manifests;
sah = He;
mahyam = unto me;
paramah = the Supreme;
prasidatu = may He be merciful.
The Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is inconceivably opulent, who is devoid of all material names, forms and pastimes, and who is all-pervading, is especially merciful to the devotees who worship His lotus feet.
Thus He exhibits transcendental forms and names with His different pastimes.
May that Supreme Personality of Godhead, whose form is eternal and full of knowledge and bliss, be merciful to me.
To be continued ...