SrI: SrImathE SatakOpAya nama: SrImathE rAmAnujAya nama: SrImath varavaramunayE nama:
Highlights from avathArikai (Introduction)
No specific introduction.
thUmbudaith thiNkai vanthAL kaLiRRin
thuyar thIrththu aravam veruva muna nAL
pUmbunal poygai pukkAn avanukku idandhAn
thadam sUzhndhu azhagAya kachchi
thEmbozhil kunReyil thennavanaith
thisaippach cheru mEl viyandhu anRu senRa
pAmbudaip pallavar kOn paNindha
paramEchchura viNNagaram adhuvE
thUmbudai – having hole
thiN – strong
kai – trunk
val – strong
thAL – leg
kaLiRRin – SrI gajEndhrAzhwAn’s
thuyar – sorrow
thIrththu – eliminated
aravam – kALiya, the snake
veruva – to fear
muna nAL – previously
pUm punal poygai – into the pond which is filled with beautiful water
pukkAnavanukku – for the one who jumped
idam – abode
thadam – by ponds
sUzhndhu – surrounded by
azhagAya kachchi – in beautiful kAnchIpuram
thEn – having honey
pozhil – garden
kunRu – like a mountain
eyil – having fort
thennavan – pANdiyan
thisaippa – to become bewildered
anRu – previously
seru mEl – in battle
viyandhu – with great desire
senRa – who arrived
pAmbu udai – having snake as his flag
pallavarkOn – pallava king
paNindha – surrendered
paramEchchura viNNagaram – paramESvara viNNagaram
emperumAn eliminated the sorrow of SrI gajEndhrAzhwAn who was having a strong trunk with hole and strong legs; previously emperumAn had jumped into the pond which is filled with beautiful water to cause fear in kALiya, the snake; such emperumAn’s abode is paramESvara viNNagaram in beautiful kAnchIpuram which is surrounded by ponds, where pallava king surrendered to the dhivyadhESam, and where he who is having snake flag came with great desire in the battle previously to cause bewilderment in pANdiyan who is having garden filled with honey and mountain like fort [in his town].
Highlights from vyAkyAnam (Commentary)
thUmbudai … – For SrI gajEndhrAzhwAn who is having a strong trunk with hole, having strong leg, emperumAn eliminated the sorrow inflicted by the crocodile.
aravam … – When kALiya poisoned a pond, emperumAn jumped into the pond to frighten him and make him run away.
thEn pozhil … – pallava king reached with great desire to battle thennavan (pANdiya king) who had the garden filled with honey in his surrounding, and mountain like fort, and caused bewilderment to him.
pAmbudai … – It is said that pallavan won over nAgalOkam and made snake his flag; the place where he surrendered.
In the next article we will enjoy the next pAsuram.
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