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periya thirumozhi >> Third centum >> Tenth decad
Highlights from avathArikai (Introduction)
No specific introduction.
vanjanaiyAl vandhavaL than uyir uNdu vAyththa
thayir uNdu veNNey amudhu uNdu vali mikka
kanjan uyiradhu uNdu ivvulaguNda kALai
karudhum idam kAviri sandhu agil kanagam undhi
manjulavu pozhilUdum vayalUdum vandhu
vaLam koduppa mAmaRaiyOr mAmalargaL thUvi
anjaliththu angu ari saraN enRu iRainju maNi nAngUr
arimEya viNNagaram vaNangu mada nenjE!
vanjanaiyAl – assuming a deceitful form
vanadhavaL than – pUthanA who came
uyir – life
uNdu – ate
vAyththa – present near by
thayir uNdu – drank the curd
veNNey amudhu uNdu – mercifully ate the butter
vali mikka – very strong
kanjan uyiradhu – kamsan’s life
uNdu – ate
ivvulagu – this world
uNda – mercifully placed in his stomach
kALai – the youthful one
karudhum idam – abode where he desirously resides
kAviri – river kAvEri
sandhu – sandalwood trees
agil – agaru (fragrant) trees
kanagam – gold
undhi – pushed and came
manju ulavu pozhilUdum – in the garden which has grown tall up to clouds
vayalUdum – in fertile field
vandhu – entered
vaLam koduppa – creating wealth
mA maRaiyOr – brAhmaNas who are great vaidhikas
mA malargaL thUvi – submitting the best flowers
angu anjaliththu – standing there performing anjali (joining the palms)
ari saraN enRu – saying “Oh hari! Your divine feet are our refuge”
iRainjum – surrendering with praises
aNi – having beauty
nAngUr – in thirunAngUr
arimEya viNNagaram – emperumAn in arimEya viNNagaram
mada nenjE – Oh obedient heart!
vaNangu – surrender.
emperumAn, the youthful one, ate the life of pUthanA who came assuming a deceitful form, ate the curd which was present near by, mercifully ate the butter, ate the life of the very strong kamsan, and mercifully placed this world in his divine stomach; being the desirable abode of such emperumAn, arimEya viNNagaram in thirunAngUr is having beauty of kAvEri river flowing and pushing along sandalwood trees, agaru trees and gold, enters the garden which has grown tall up to clouds and the fertile field and creates wealth; the brAhmaNas who are great vaidhikas, submitting the best flowers, standing there performing anjali, saying “Oh hari! Your divine feet are our refuge”, are surrendering with praises.
Highlights from vyAkyAnam (Commentary)
vanjanai … – Consuming the life of pUthanA who came with a deceitful form; mercifully ate the curd which was present near by; mercifully ate the butter; consumed kamsan’s life. For him, there is no difference between the objects which are touched by favourable persons and the life of the unfavourable persons.
ivvulagu uNda – Just as he mercifully ate butter, he has taken the earth and placed in his stomach.
kAviri … – kAviri brings sandalwood. agil, gold and pushes into the garden which has grown tall to reach the clouds, and in the fertile field and creates unlimited wealth; as the brAhmaNas see the arrival of the river, they offer flowers and perform anjali saying “sarvESvaran has sent this for our livelihood” and reside there surrendering unto him.
In the next article we will enjoy the next pAsuram.
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