Maargazhi sirappu pasurangal – Thiruppavai – Pasuram 4

  Aazhi mazhaik kannaa ondru nee kai karavel aazhi ul pukku mugandhu kodu aarthu eri oozhi mudhalvan uruvam pol mey karuththup paazhiy am tholudaip padmanaaban kaiyil aazhi pol minni valamburi pol nindru adhirndhu thaazhaadhe saarnga mudhaiththa sara mazhai pol vaazha ulaginil peydhidaay naangalum maargazhi neeraada magizhndhelor embaavaay   Meaning: Oh Lord Varuna who is the… Read More »

Maargazhi sirappu pasurangal – Thiruppavai – Pasuram 3

  Oongi ulagalandha uththaman per paadi naangal nam paavaikkuch chaatri neeraadinaal theengindri naadellaam thingal mum maari peydhu Ongu perum Chenn nel oodu kayalugalap poonguvalaip podhil pori vandu kan paduppath thengaadhe pukkirundhu seerththa mulai patri vaanga kudam niraikkum vallal perum pasukkal neengaadha selvam niraindhelor embaavaay   MEANING: If we (who adhere to the Vratam-Paavai nonbhu) sing… Read More »

Maargazhi sirappu pasurangal – Thiruppavai – Pasuram 2

  vaiyaththu vaazhveergaal naamum nampaavaikkuch cheyyum kirisaigal keleero paarkadalul paiyath thuyinra paramanadi paadi neyyunnom paalunnom naatkaale neeraadi maiyittu ezhudhom malarittu naam mudiyom seyyaadhana seyyom theekkuralaich chentrodhom aiyamum pichchaiyum aandhanaiyum kai kaatti uyyumaarenni ugandhelor empaavaay.     Meaning: Oh People of the World (Vyatthu-Vaazhveerkal) aspiring to reach as the Supreme goal of this life on Earth,… Read More »

Maargazhi sirappu pasurangal – Thiruvempavai – Pasuram 2

Pacham paranychodik kenbay irappakalnam pechumpo dheppodhip podhar amalikke nechamum vaiththanaiyo nerizaiyay nerizaiyir chichi ivaiyuny chilavo vilaiyadi Echum idamidho vinnorkal Eththudharkuk kuchu malarppadhan thandharula vandharulum thechan chivalokan thillaichitr rambalaththul Ichanark kanbaryam arelor empavay   Meaning: The friends: Whenever we talk day and night you used to say, “Our bond is with the Supreme Luminance.” Oh slim… Read More »

Maargazhi sirappu pasurangal – Thiruvempavai – Pasuram 1

    Adhiyum andhamum illa arumperunch chodhiyai yampadak ketteyum valthadankan madhe valarudhiyo vancheviyo ninchevithan madhevan varkazalkal vazththiya vazththolipoy vidhivayk kettalume vimmivimmi meymarandhu podhar amaliyinmel ninrum purandinnan Edhenum Agal kidandhal en neenne Idhe enthozi parichelor empavay Meaning: We are singing the beginning and endless rare great Flame. In spite of listening to it, Oh the girl… Read More »

Maargazhi sirappu pasurangal – Thiruppavai – Pasuram 1

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   Meaning: “It is the good full Moon day of the month… Read More »

Maargazhi sirappu pasurangal – Thiruppavai – Thaniyangal

All Hindu Spiritual Items under One Roof www.rssonline.in. 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… Read More »

Varadharaja Perumal Temple – Kanchipuram

      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… Read More »

Kandha Sasti – Sura Samharam- Kumarakottam – kanchipuram

Kumarakottam is mentioned in Kanchi Puranam.  The origin of Kanda Puranam is this place and it was stagged in the stone mandapam of this temple, which is now converted as Kachiyappar Library. Lord Muruga – also called Aarumugam(Six Faces), Kumaran, Kandan, etc.  – Once asked Brahma to explain the meaning of Pranava Mandiram – as… Read More »