SrImathE SatakOpAya nama:
SrImathE rAmAnujAya nama:
SrImath varavaramunayE nama:
anbOdu azhagiya maNavALach cheeyar
pinbOrum kaRRu aRindhu pEsugaikkA – tham periya
pOdhamudan mARan maRaiyin poruL uraiththadhu
Edhamil panneerAyiram. 45
Word by word meaning
anbOdu – With love
azhagiya maNavALach cheeyar – vAdhikEsari azhagiya maNavALa jIyar
pinbOrum – his later generations also
kaRRu aRindhu – to learn and know
pEsugaikkA – and explain,
tham – with his
periya – great
pOdhamudan – knowledge
uraiththadhu – divined his saying of
mARan maRaiyn poruL – meaning of thiruvAimozhi of nammAzhvAr;
Edham il – it is non-blemished
panneerAyiram – panneerAyirappadi (12,000).
anbOdu azhagiya maNavALach cheeyar – He divined it out of overflowing love towards thiruvAimozhi.
This is like said in ‘bhAshyabhakthirachUchudhath [SrIbAshyam sruthaprakAsikA thaniyan – 10]’ (devotion towards SrIbAshyam flowed into its vivaraNam (explanation)).
Or, anbOdu azhagiya maNavALach cheeyar – It can also be said that he divined it out of love towards all sentient beings. This is as said in ‘neRiyuLLi uraiththa kaNakkaRu nalaththanan [thiruvAimozhi 1.3.5]’ ((emperumAn) who has unlimited auspicious qualities, analysed the path of vEdham and spoke mercifully).
pinbOrum kaRRaRindhu pEsugaikkA – Later generations also would need to explain using this. To help in that, (he divined such that) future generations can also learn from this and are able to explain to others. Even though there are four other vyAkyAnams (for thiruvAimozhi), for surety of meanings of words, this would be the most useful one for explaining it.
tham periya podhamudan – With his eminent knowledge which helped give meanings of thiruvAimozhi.
uraiththadhu – as text (urai), divined a vyAkyAnam reflecting that.
If there is any pramANam (reference) that matches this count, then this should be considered as divined according that pramANam’s count.
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Translation: raghurAm SrInivAsa dhAsan
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