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Maargazhi sirappu pasurangal – Thiruppavai – Pasuram 1

Om Namo Narayanaya

Om Namo Narayanaya

Thiruppavai Paasuram – 1


Maargazhith thingal madhi niraindha nannaalaal

neeraadap podhuveer podhumino nerizhaiyeer

seer malgum aayppaadich chelvach chirumeergaal

koorvel kodundhozhilan nandhagopan kumaran

Eraarndha kanni yasodhai ilam singam

kaar meni chengan kadhir madhiyam pol mugaththaan

naaraayanane namakke parai tharuvaan

paaror pugazhap padindhelor empaavaay



“It is the good full Moon day of the month of Marghazhi. Oh the well ornamented maidens!Those desirous of taking the bath (in the Yamuna) may please come on. Oh the prosperous young girls of Aaypadi (Gokulam) that is rich and grand (in beauty and wealth)! Lord Naarayana will surely yield to us alone the drum (parai). He is the son of King Nandagopa,of cruel deeds (towards the enemies), and holding a sharp spear in his hand always. He(Lord Krishna) is the young lion-cub of Queen Yasodha with very charming eyes. He (Lord Naarayana) has a dark cloud-like divine complexion, (lotus like) reddish eyes and (lustrous) face (shining) like the bright Sun and Moon. (This Lord Naarayanan alone is the Saviour).Let us resort (to Him) performing the Paavai-Nonbhu and get the benefit of praise from the people of the world.


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Maargazhi sirappu pasurangal – Thiruppavai – Thaniyangal

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Soodikkodutha Nachiyar

Paavai Nonbetra Poovai

Before reading any book, there will be preface giving introduction / details about the author.  That way, the Author of Thiruppavai – Lord Aandal is praised by Mr. Parasara Bhattar during 1074 A.D, in Sanskrit as


Sanskrit Taniyan

Neela-tunga sthanagiri-tadi Suptham udhbhodhya Krishnam

Paarartyam svam sruthi-satha-siras-siddham adhyapayanthi

svocchishtayam sraja nigalitham yaa balathkruthya bhunkthe

Godha Tasyai Nama idhamidham bhuya yevasthu bhuya:


The Author of Thiruppavai – Ms. Aandal is praised by Mr. Uyyakkondar, the direct Disciple of Mr. Naathamunigal, during 826 – 937 A.D, in Tamil.


Tamil Taniyan – 1

Anna vayarpudhuvai Aandaal Arangarkup

pannu thiruppaavaip palpadhiyam

innisaiyaal paadikkoduththaal narpaamaalai

poomaalai soodik koduththaalaich chollu


Tamil Taniyan – 2

soodik koduththa sudark kodiye tholpaavai

paadi arulavalla palvalaiyaay

naadi nee vengadavarku ennai vidhi endra immaatram

naangadavaa vanname nalgu.


We need to sing these Taniyans everyday before reading the Thiruppavai Paasuram.


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Maargazhi Maadha Sirappu Paasurangal

Maargazhi is a very auspecious month and it is the ideal time for worshipping the Lords Shiva & Vishnu.  Lord Shiva is being praised by Thiruvempavai and Lord Vishnu is praised by Thiruppavai. For the benefit of our Customers, we plan to post Thiruppavai & Thiruvempavai on a daily basis of one pasuram every day.  Look forward for your comments and supports for improvements in our blogs.

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Perundevi Manjal Preparing place

Varadharaja Perumal Temple – Kanchipuram


Temple Gopuram - Varadharaja Temple



In Vaishnavism, Malai means Thirumalai, Koil means PeriyaKoil (SriRangam) and  Perunalkoil means KanchiVaradharajaperumal temple, also called Hastagiri or Attiyuran located in city of kanchipuram known as Vishnu kanchi that is the home temple for many Vishnu temples


In the history the temple was built by the Nandivarman king of Pallava but the temple was originally built by the Cholas in 1053. It was expanded during the reigns of Chola kings KulottungaChola 1 and VikramaChola. The wall and gopura was built by the later Chola kings in the 14th century.

Chola Dynasty (1018 – 1246), Chera Dynasty (1291-1342), VeeraPallalanKalingarayanPandiyan, The king of Hoichala has also worshiped this lord and got wishes fulfilled.  Robert Clive, Carnallayonal Blasé, Delhi AalamkheerBasha are a few other religion people worshipped him.

Lord Varadaraja is in standing posture and facing towords the west with fantastic look. The posture is huge in size with four hands holding the insigns of Sankha, Chakra etc..and decorated with costly jewels.

After tirumalatirupati(srivenkateswara temple, Andhra pradesh) it is the second biggest temple in india with two Raja Gopuras in East & West contains 5 Prakaras consisting of MadaveethiPrakaaram, AzhwarPrakaram, AalavandarPrakaram, senaimudhanmaiyar Prakaram&VaiyaMaaligaiPrakaram in a area for 22 Acres and 28 Cents.

ThirumangaiAzhwar, Bhoodhathazhwar, Peyazhwar and Nammazhwar has sung songs on this Lord.

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