śuklāmbaradharaṃ viṣṇuṃ śaśivarṇaṃ caturbhujam |
prasannavadanaṃ dhyāyet sarvavighnopaśāntaye ||
The verse is a popular shloka dedicated to Lord Vishnu, often recited during prayers and meditations to seek the blessings and guidance of Lord Vishnu for the removal of obstacles and for inner peace.
Here's the translation:
"I meditate upon Lord Vishnu, who is adorned in pure white robes,
Who is all-pervading, having a complexion like the moon,
With four arms and a peaceful countenance,
May He bless us and remove all obstacles from our path."
This shloka is a form of prayer and meditation to invoke the divine qualities of Lord Vishnu and to seek his protection and grace in our lives. It is recited with the belief that Lord Vishnu will guide and help us overcome obstacles and lead us toward a path of peace and righteousness.