I have attempted a word for word translation in English, along with a short summary. The poetess suggested a simple by adiyendas in thiruppavai, thiruppavai. Andal’s Thiruppavai in easy to read Tamil text and English – Free download as PDF File .pdf) or read online for free. vellum kaRavaikal pin cenRu ciRRaNY ciRu vaNGak katal. Variously spelled: Tiruppavai Thiruppavai Tirupavai Thirupavai Tiru pavai Thiru pavai.
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Please obey our wishes, Oh rain God who comes from the sea, Enter the sea, please, and bring water to your fill, And with zest and sound take it up, And like the God of the deluge become black, And shine like the holy wheel in the hands, Of The God Padmanabha  thirupppavai has powerful biceps, And make booming pleasing sounds, Like the right spiraled conch, And rain with out stop like the arrow storm, From Saranga the bow of Vishnu and descend on us, To make this world happy, And to help us take bath in month of Margahzhi, And worship our goddess Pavai.
Introduction What does this mean for us all inliving in cities across this wide world?
Thanks so thiruuppavai for translating such great work. Its great to revisit your website. Let me recall the verses in English for the benefit of those who cannot read Tamil, and then the simplified meaning of the verses and some comments.
In this verse the effort is to wake up a girl with beautiful eyes, the girl appears to be sleeping lost in the thoughts entlish Lord Krishna, indicating that the girls were all inherently deeply devoted to the Lord and had Him in their thoughts most times, only given to laziness and reluctance to get out of their sleep in the early morning.
Every project works with a good team right? And if you do so, all the sins that one had done unknowingly and our bad thoughts will be burnt away like cotton in a flame, therefore come my dear friends, let us worship and perform our Nonbu.
Mutt phone numbers tirumala. Like in all the verses the Lord is referenced not just by name but by a number of lines of praise about His Form, lineage, beauty, valour, kindness and many virtues and also anecdotes from his victories and other illustrious events.
Think noble thoughts and work to attain salvation and unification with the Lord. It is said that the Thiruppavai can be chanted on all days, not just during Margazhi although chanting this during Margazhi does have a distinct charm. We will wake up early and bathe, we will not adorn ourselves with kajal and flowers, we will not eat Ghee and milk, we will not do inappropriate deeds, will thlruppavai speak evil and and harmful words, we will do charity and righteous deeds.
Once you understand the framework it is that much easier to understand and appreciate the work and also slowly divine the inner meanings that emerge from the rich poetry in these verses. The Lord Madhava, who churned the oceans for the devas, one who killed the demon Kesi, one whose face is like the moon and one who is worshipped by the women on the cowherd clan who are dressed with fine ornaments, was worshipped by Sri Andal of Srivilliputtur thru these garland of thirty tamil verses that are greatly enjoyable.
She who has, wide black eyes with collyrium. The way to worshipping the lord is described here in this fifth verse as follows — come with cleansed body and pure mind, offer fresh flowers to the Lord, sing verses and songs in praise of the Lord with your mouth and think deeply of the Lord in your mind.
She picturises the Lord as going deep into the ocean, taking the water and rising high in the sky to deposit it in engkish magnificent black clouds rnglish eventually precipitate into rain.
Thiruppavai Pasurams in English
Hi, I was wondering where you got the images of Andal putting the garland on Krishna from? He who sings with out error, The thirty odes in sweet tamil, Of the story of how the rich ladies, With faces like moon, Who worshipped and requested, The Madhava who is also Lord Kesava, Who churned the ocean of milk, For getting a drum to worship Goddess Pavai, As sung by Kodhai who is the dear daughter, Of Vishnu Chitta the bhattar, From the beautiful city of Puduvai, Will be thiguppavai and get the grace, Of our Lord Vishnu with merciful pretty eyes.
Andal cites signs that indicate that englsih day has dawned, others — humans, animals and birds are up from englisb sleeps and therefore so should the girls.
In this month of Marghazhi  On this day filled with the light of moon, Come for bathing, Oh ladies who are richly dressed, And Oh ladies in rich homes of cowherds, For he with the sharp spear, He who kills his enemies without mercy, He who is the son of Nanda gopa  He who is the darling son of Yasodha  Who wore scented flower garlands, He who is a lion cub, He who is pretty in black colour, He who has small red eyes, He who has a face like the well-lit moon, And He, who is our Lord Narayana  Is going to give us big drums, So that we bathe and worship Our Goddess Pavai, In a way that the whole world snglish about.
The reference here is that when anything is in great abundance it pours forth, abundance of devotion for the Lord, pours forth as divine music. Oh lord Vishnu, Oh lord who is like the blue sapphire, If you ask us what we need, In your great grace and great deeds, For our holy bath of Marghazhi, We will ask for englih many conches Like the milk white conch of yours called Pancha Janya, Very many big drums whose sound can be heard everywhere, Several musicians of fame to sing Pallandu  Several beautiful pretty lamps, Several flags and yhiruppavai to make tents, Oh, He who sleeps on a banyan leaf at time of deluge, Please give us them all, So that we worship our Goddess Pavai.
Andal from the swan filled Puduvai, Sang she, in her sweet voice, Several enchanting sweet odes, For being sung during, The worship and adulation of Pavai. Oh lass, On this holy day, Do not stay aside, And come to bathe with us. Is she dumb or deaf or just slovenly Emapperunthuyil mandirappattalo Is she in slumber because of some magic spell? Krishna Devaraya, 16th Century A.
Thiruppavao you so much for uploading this: Kadai thiravai Vendengum kozhi azhaiththanakann madhavip Panthal mel palkal kuyilanangal koovinakaan Pandharvirali! Like any scripture or any great literary work, the meanings inside the verses are far far greater than what they appear to be on first reading.
There is obviously more meaning to this whole business of waking up. Belonging to the ignorant family of cow herds, Drive we would the cattle to the forest, And there we would all eat together, But We are blessed that you are one of us. Tiruppavai Pasuram 15 Elle ilam kiliye innam urangudhiyo chil enru azhaiyen min nangaiyeer podharuginren vallai un katturaigal pande un vaay aridhum valleergal neengale naane thaan aayiduga ollai nee podhaay unakkenna verudaiyai ellaarum pondhaaro pondhaar pondhu ennikkol val aanai konraanai maatraarai maatrazhikka vallaanai maayanai paadelor embaavaay Tiruppavai Pasuram 16 Naayaganaay ninra nandhagopan udaiya koyil kaappaane!
The Lord has woken up, is majestically seated on His throne, Sri Andal and he band of girls are having their eyeful of the lord, standing in front of Him finally and what does she do? Tiruppavai teaches us to feel emotion while praying to the Lord.
No Andal like the rest of the true gopikas had united with the Lord long back in thought and mind completely, their devotion is so strong and sincere that they actually do not have to seek that as a boon from the Lord.
Andal was discovered as a baby by her foster father Periazhwar in his garden at a town called Srivilliputhur in Tamilnadu India. We are pure and we come to sing the wake up song for Him.
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Newer Post Older Post Home. Oh blessed girl, who by virtue of thiruppavqi earlier worships is destined to unite with the Lord in heaven, please open the door, why are you not even responding with words to our call?
Like your flock of defeated enemies, Falling at your feet in surrender, We came praising you, So that we get fame, And worship our Goddess Pavai. Wonderful translation in a thoughtful format.
Sri venkateshwara ashtothara shata nama stotram M S Subbulakshmi:: Hey Nandagopa, who does good deeds and charity, Who gives water, cloth and food to others, Pleas wake up. Maari Malai muzhanjil mannik kidanthurangum Seeriya singam arivuttru thee vizhitthu Veary mayir ponga eppaadum porndhuthari Moori nimirndhu muzhangip purappattu Podharuma pole nee poovai poovannna! Koil Alwar Tirumanjanam March But on that day the priest notices a strand of hair on the garland and refused to put it on the Lord saying this is not pure and that someone had already worn it.
Could devreer kindly put the full photo of andal.