kanDe kanDe rAjara kanDe kanDe[p]
kanDe kanDenu karuNaniDHiyanu karagaLanjali *lADi* mugivenu
lanDa mAyigaLa gunDi oDeyaluddanDa mArutipadake baruvana[ap]
panca vrindAvanadi mereyuva pancabANana pitana smarisuva
pancanandana munde Aguta mincinandadi poLeva mahimana[c1]
*panka* pAtaka kalEva dEvana pankajAriniBhEnduvaktrana
Atankavillade Bhajipa sujanara ShankebiDisuva ShankarEShana[c2]
Bhajisuvavarige BhAgya koDuvana rujugaNEShamarEndravandita
nija purandara viTTalEShana Bhajane mADuva BhAvimarutara[c3]
A small correction::It is *mADi* in the first line of [a.p]
another correction::It is *panca* in [c1]
Saw I saw The King, saw saw.[p]
I have seen the treasure trove of kindness,I will fold my palms and bow in veneration
He has assumed the shape of the mighty mAruti,
to crush the hearts of the wretched and unkind.[ap]
He is shining in the five brindavanas,He meditates on the Father of Cupid
He helped the five sons[pAnDavas] henceforth,He shines like the lightening,He is Supreme[c1].
He is the God, removes the five deadly sins. He has a face like the moon
To those who sing His glory without fear,He will clear all doubts,He is the Lord of Shankara.[c2]
He will grant boons to those,who pray to him,He is revered by the righteous gaNESha,Indra the king of Gods
Saw the future Brahmas,singing His glory,He is the true purandara viTTalESha[c3]
Located close to the famous Nanjundeswara Temple, is the Sri Raghavendra Swamy Matha which is also called as a Prateeka Sannidhi (where one can find an image of Sri Raghavendra Swamy instead of the usual Brindavana). The Moola Brindavanas (mortal remains) of 5 saints belonging to the Raghavendra Swamy Mutt lineage known as Pancha Brindavana are also worshipped here.
I think Purandara dasaru referred to BhAvimarutaru,because it is said that there are many brahmas. Each Brahma has got his life cycle and after him another Brahma will take over. He might have used BhAvi,[future] in this context.