Sri Ranganatha, Also known as Lord Aranganathar, Ranga and Thenarangathan, is a well known diety in South India, Lord of Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Srirangam. The deity is portrayed as a resting form of Lord Vishnu, on serpant god Adisesha.
अमोघमुद्रे परिपूर्णनिद्रे श्रीयोगनिद्रे ससमुद्रनिद्रे ।
श्रितैकभद्रे जगदेकनिद्रे श्रीरङ्गभद्रे रमतां मनो मे ॥६॥
Amogha-Mudre Paripuurnna-Nidre Shrii-Yoga-Nidre Sa-Samudra-Nidre |
Shritai[a-E]ka-Bhadre Jagad-Eka-Nidre Shriirangga-Bhadre Ramataam Mano Me ||6||
6.1: (My Mind delights in the Auspicious Divine Sleep of Sri Ranganatha) That Posture of Unfailing Rest (which nothing can disturb), That Complete Sleep (which is full with Fullness), That Auspicious Yoga Nidra (which is absorbed in Itself in Fullness), (and) That Posture of Sleeping over the Milky Ocean (and controlling everything),
6.2: That Posture of Rest is the One Source of Auspiciousness (in the Universe) and One great Sleep which (gives Rest amidst all the Activities and) finally absorbs the Universe,
My Mind delights in the Auspicious Divine Sleep of Sri Ranga (Sri Ranganatha) (That Auspicious Divine Sleep fills my being with Bliss).
सचित्रशायी भुजगेन्द्रशायी नन्दाङ्कशायी कमलाङ्कशायी ।
क्षीराब्धिशायी वटपत्रशायी श्रीरङ्गशायी रमतां मनो मे ॥७॥
Sacitra-Shaayii Bhujage[a-I]ndra-Shaayii Nanda-Angka-Shaayii Kamalaa-[A]ngka-Shaayii |
Kssiira-Abdhi-Shaayii Vatta-Patra-Shaayii Shriirangga-Shaayii Ramataam Mano Me ||7||
7.1: (My Mind delights in the Auspicious Resting Poses of Sri Ranganatha) That Resting Pose adorned with variegated(Garments and Ornaments); That Resting Pose over the King of Serpents (i.e. Adisesha); That Resting Pose on the Lap of Nanda Gopa (and Yashoda); That Resting Pose on the Lap of Devi Lakshmi,
7.2: That Resting Pose over the Milky Ocean; (And) That Resting Pose over the Banyan Leaf;
My Mind delights in the Auspicious Resting Poses of Sri Ranga (Sri Ranganatha) (Those Auspicious Resting Poses fill my being with Bliss).
इदं हि रङ्गं त्यजतामिहाङ्गं पुनर्न चाङ्गं यदि चाङ्गमेति ।
पाणौ रथाङ्गं चरणेऽम्बु गाङ्गं याने विहङ्गं शयने भुजङ्गम् ॥८॥
Idam Hi Ranggam Tyajataam-Iha-Anggam Punar-Na Ca-Anggam Yadi Ca-Anggam-Eti |
Paannau Rathaanggam Caranne-[A]mbu Gaanggam Yaane Vihanggam Shayane Bhujanggam ||8||
8.1: This indeed is Ranga (Srirangam), where if anyone sheds his Body, will not come back again with Body (i.e. will not be born again), if that Body had approached the Lord (i.e. taken refuge in the Lord),
8.2: (Glory to Sri Ranganatha) Whose Hand holds the Discus, From Whose Lotus Feet River Ganga originates, Who rides on His Bird Vehicle (Garuda); (And) Who Sleeps on the Bed of Serpent (Glory to Sri Ranganatha).