This app contains all Taniyans, paasurams and Vaazhi Thirunaamam of Sri Andal arulicheyda Thiruppavai in Tamil. Your feedback and suggestions can be sent. Andal Tiruvadigale Saranam THE BEST WAY TO LEARN THIRUPPAVAI PASURAM ON THE GO.. Thiruppavai: Thiruppavai is composed by Andal, like many of. Margazhi Thingal is the first paasuram (song) of Thiruppavai written by Andal as part of a vow Thiruppavai 1 (Margazhi Thingal) Tamil-language literature.

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Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Of the 12 sub-Vyuhas which are representative of the 12 months beginning from the Tamil month of Margazhi, Kesava is the lord for the month of Margazhi. Today, December 18, is Day 3 of Margazhi masam. March 13, February Learn how and when to remove this template message.

Thiruppavai is very sacred and all our Acharyas have given commentaries on this prabhandam. The Lord naaraayaNanwho was the son kumaran of NandagOpan, who could give a lot of trouble kodun thozhilan to enemies using his sharp spear koor vEl ; who was the little lion iLam singam of the beautiful Eraarndha eyed kaNNi YasOda; who is dark kaar skinned mEni ; who has perfect sen eyes kaN ; and who has a face mugaththaan like pOl the radiance kadhir of the moon madhiyam ; will give tharuvaan us namakkE his blessings paRai.

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Retrieved from ” https: The other transliteration works mentioned above will be released shortly. Now is the month of Maargazhi. Read Next Divya Desams 3 hours ago.

It ;asurams the auspicious full moon day. Don’t you want to bathe in the Yamunaa? Most importantly, the month derives its auspiciousness primarily due to its association with ThiruppAvai.

Thiruppavai 1 (Margazhi Thingal)

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Use the lead layout guide to ensure the section follows Wikipedia’s norms and to be inclusive of all essential details. In this Vijaya Varusham, the Margazhi month began on December 16, Let us immerse in water padindhu and do the penance of ‘paavai nOnbu’ Or embaavaaia practice praised pugazha by the people of the world paarOr.

Lovely young ornamented maidens of Gokulam the cowherd colonywhich is flourishing in wealth! This article contains Indic text. July 1, 3. This article has multiple issues. Sribashyam Appalacharya Sri U.

Ongi Ulagalanda: Thiruppavai Pasuram Day 3 Upanyasams

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November 30, Even now, partly transmuted versions of these Hymns are recited in festivals, temples and royal ceremonial occasions in the above countries. This page was last edited on 16 Augustat Articles with too few wikilinks from February All articles with too few wikilinks Articles covered by WikiProject Wikify from February All articles covered by WikiProject Wikify Wikipedia articles needing clarification from September All Wikipedia articles needing clarification Wikipedia introduction cleanup from September All pages needing cleanup Articles covered by WikiProject Wikify from September Articles with multiple maintenance issues All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from August Boovarahachar Telugu Upanyasams Sri U.

Naarayana, the son of Nandagopa, with his sharp spear, is a terror to his enemies, Naarayana, the young lion cub of Yasoda, who has charming eyes, Lord Naaraayana with his dark-cloud like complexion and eyes of crimson lotus hue, with his lustrous face shining like the sun and cool like the full moon will surely grant us all our wishes! Tiruppavai and Tiruvempavai are widely recited in Thailand, Siam and Cambodia from 15th century onwards.