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But if it serves the divine "it will stay in vaikunta and eatthink of God Madhura kavi realized *the divinity of this "will stay in vaikunta and eatthink of God Madhura kavi realized *the divinity of this kavi was himself a great devotee when he asked Nammalvar *divinity of this childMadhura kavi was himself a great devotee when he asked Nammalvar right uestion and made him speak Immediately he took him for his Acharya Teacher Guru Nammalvar consented to being his guru instructed him in the doctrines of Vaishnavism and thereafter glorified Lord Vishnu He composed on the spot a thousand hymns praising Vishnu each one starting with the last word of the previous poem We owe it to Madhurakavi for setting them to music Madhurakavi became the Alvar s student and went on to compose poems about his prodigal masterHis contribution of four works numbering 1296 hymns #to the four thousand of the divya prabhandham # the four thousand of the Divya Prabhandham the entire fourth thousand and part of the third thousand these works are TiruvAymozhi 1102 verses Tiruviruttam 100 verses TiruvAsiriam 7 verses and Periya Tiruvanthadi 87 versesThe subject matter of the four works was certainly the five principles namely the Lord the soul the means the end and the obstacles to spirituality Through all this ran a thread of the acme of devotion to Lord Krishna Whatever Krishna ate whatever He drank whatever betel He chewed was the dearest to the saint The supreme object of life was to be at the Lord s lotus feet and to serve him eternally in blissful love Therefore seek Him all your life praise Him surrender to Him speak of His glories and exploits revel in His majesty and continue the recitation of His names This was his message to the world at large Like the Buddha who appeared in the northernmost part of India and finally engulfed not only India but Asia and the whole world by his teachings Nammalvar was the star of the southernmost part of India whose work engulfed the whole world of Vaishnavism. Philosophic hymns and love poems through recurring voices roles and places They also enact a progression from wonder at the Lord’s works to the experience of loving him and watching others love him to moods of uestioning and despair and finally to the experience of being devoured and possessed by
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Ems from the writings of Nammalvar one of the iconic 12 *Alwar Saints in the Sri Vaishnava Tradition of Tamil Nadu It *Saints in the Sri Vaishnava Tradition of Tamil Nadu It so so difficult to translate the literary nuances of Tamil but Ramanujan manages to do it with such inimitable flair It is clear that he has a great respect for the language as well as the sheer emotion of Bhakti Nammalvar is one of the greatest poets of this country and I am so glad to have read at least a part of the beauty of his work Nammalvar was one of #the twelve Alvars well known for his many hymns on devotion to #twelve Alvars well known for his many hymns on devotion to Tradition gives him the date 3102 BC ie the beginning of the kali yuga He was born in the asterism Visakham in what is now Alwarthirunagiri also known as Tirukkurugur Tamil Nadu His name means our own alvar alvar means one immersed in God He was also known as Maran and SatakopanHe must have been born fully enlightened because as a baby he never cried or suckled and never opened his eyes According to tradition as a child he responded to no external stimuli and his parents left him at the feet of the deity of Lord Vishnu The child then got up and climbed into a hole in a tamarind sat in the lotus position and began to meditate It appears he was in this state for as long as sixteen years when a Tamil poet and scholar in North India named Madhurakavi Alvar saw a bright light shining to the south and followed it until he reached Nammalvar s tree Unable to elicit any reaction from the child he asked him a riddle If the "Small Is Born In A "is born in a s bodyor stomach what will it eat and where will it stay meaning if the subtle soul is embodied in the gross body what are its actions and thoughts Nammalvar broke his lifelong silence and responded That it will eat and there it will rest meaning that if the soul identifies with the body it will be the body. Heir counterparts the devotees of Siva nayanmar changed and revitalized Hinduism and their devotional hymns addressed to Visnu are among the earliest bhakti devotional texts in any Indian languageIn this selection from Nammalvar’s works the translations like the originals reflect the alternations of. ,
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