Divya Desa Mangalasasanam

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[The first] four slokas pray for the safety and well-being of the four important kshetras, Srirangam, Tiruvenkatam, Kanchipuram, and Tirunarayanapuram respectively, by the grace of the respective Deities presiding theirein. These are muktaka slokas (detached verses) sung by Vedanta Desika on different occasions and find a place in his minor rahasyas.

The fifth sloka voices a fervent prayer to his own God, Varada (Varadaraja of Kanchipuram) to preserve His puja at the various kshetras free from hostile impacts, and safe, sure and secure for all time.

वक्ता, श्रोता, वचन-विशयः, प्रीयतां वेङ्कटेशः