According to hrishikesha tirthara pata this shloka was composed during the same time as dwadasha stotra,but in current print it is not a part of Dwadasha stotra.
We are blessed to experience a world full of varieties and wonders.
Hari is full of bliss and is extolled by Vedas as essence of bliss.
nijapUrNa sukhAmitabOdhatanuH parashaktih ananta guNaH paramaH | ajarAmaraNaH sakalArtiharaH kamalApati rIDyatamOvatu naH ||5|| During the times of Madhwacharyaru, there were
paramOpi ramEshiturasya samO na hi kashchidabhUnna bhaviShyati cha | kvachidadyatanOpi na pUrNa sadA gaNitEDya guNAnubhavaikatanOH ||4|| Hari the Lord of
sa hi vishvasRujO vibhushaMbhu purandaraPurvaMukhan aparAnaparan | sRujatIDyatamOvati haNti nijaM padamApayati praNatAn swadhiyA ||3|| sa hi – He is vishvasRujO
vimalaiH shrutishANanishAtatamaiH sumanOsibhirAshu nihatya dRuDam | balinaM nijavairiNamAtma tamObhidamIshamanaMta mupAsva (upeta) harim || 2|| Presently available pata – upAsva –
This shloka answers the eternal question – why can’t everybody see God? Why there are different schools of thought about
AnaNdatIrthasannAmnA pUrNaprajAbhidAyujA | kRutaM haryaShTakaM bhaktyApaThataH prIyatE hariH || 9 || This sthothra with 8 shlokas composed by Poornaprajna also
caturAnanapUrvavimuktagaNA harimEtyatu pUrvadEva sadA | niyatOccha vinIvatayaiva nijAM sthitimApuriti smaparaM vacanam || 8 || caturAnana pUrva vimukta gaNA – harim+Etyatu