devo ’parahne madhu-hogradhanva
sayam tri-dhamavatu madhavo mam
dose hrsikesa utardha-ratre
nisitha eko ’vatu padmanabhah
devah—the Lord; aparahne—in the fifth part of the day; madhu-ha—named Madhusudana; ugra-dhanva—bearing the very fearful bow known as Sarnga; sayam—the sixth part of the day; tri-dhama—manifesting as the three deities Brahma, Visnu and Mahesvara; avatu—may He protect; madhavah—named Madhava; mam—me; dose—during the first portion of the night; hrsikesah—Lord Hrsikesa; uta—also; ardha-ratre—during the second part of the night; nisithe—during the third part of the night; ekah—alone; avatu—may He protect; padmanabhah—Lord Padmanabha.
May Lord Madhusudana, who carries a bow very fearful for the demons, protect me during the fifth part of the day. In the evening, may Lord Madhava, appearing as Brahma, Visnu and Mahesvara, protect me, and in the beginning of night may Lord Hrsikesa protect me. At the dead of night [in the second and third parts of night] may Lord Padmanabha alone protect me.
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