May I always be in your holy presence, O Lord, O Golden Lord.
My King, King of the golden stage/hall (Chidambaram temple) in the city Thenpuliyoor (lit. 'Southern Tiger Town', named for the tiger-footed sage Vygrapada, as the dancer explains, or because Shiva slew a tiger and wore its skin here), where the oasis of Nataraja flourishes. (The word used for Nataraja here is "Thennan," meaning "the Southerner." It's a title that usually refers to the Pandya kings of South India, but can also refer to Shiva as the Dancer in Thillai Chidambaram in the South).
The Siva-Ganga, which is praised by all directions, the assembly of the Devas, the goddess Sivakami , and the darshan (holy sight) of all these,
People who have seen this have no more desires, and all confusion flies from them, as they rejoice, sing and praise you.
(There are also two more verses/charanams in this krithi, which are not performed in this video.)