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Tamil Devotional Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)

Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)

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N Swaminathan

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Traditional

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Unknown
Label: Sruthilaya
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Iyndhu Karaththanai

Artists : N Swaminathan
Composers : Traditional
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07:33  
327    

Appanai Nandhiyai

Artists : N Swaminathan
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Unknown
08:01  
236    

Nan Pettra Inban

Artists : N Swaminathan
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Unknown
06:07  
230    

Yavarkumam

Artists : N Swaminathan
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Unknown
05:15  
218    

Ullam

Artists : N Swaminathan
Composers : Traditional
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06:59  
223    

Anchchol Mozhli

Artists : N Swaminathan
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Unknown
08:30  
146    

Engum Thirumeni

Artists : N Swaminathan
Composers : Traditional
Lyricists : Unknown
07:42  
140    

Thenukkul

Artists : N Swaminathan
Composers : Traditional
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04:37  
119    

Moolan Uraiseitha

Artists : N Swaminathan
Composers : Traditional
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01:27  
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Comment for song Nan Pettra Inban of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by VaidyanathanPosted:14 Mar,2012
THANKS TO HUMMAA FOR THIS SPLENDID COLLECTION
Comment for song Ullam of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by T ChithanPosted:13 Mar,2012
What a powerful, majestic and grand voice! Fountainhead of devotion!!
Comment for song Ullam of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by T ChithanPosted:13 Mar,2012
04: 56 - Siva Siva enrida - soul stirring!
Comment for song Ullam of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by T ChithanPosted:13 Mar,2012
The inner self is the great temple of God.
Ullam perun-koil oon-udambu-aalayam
Vallar piraan-aarkku vaay gOpura vaasal
theLLath theLinthaarkku (theLintha-varkku) jeevan Siva lingam
kallap pulan-aindhum kaala mani vilakkae - Sage Thirumoolar, in “Thirumanthiram”...

As has been handed down, the human body is the temple, and the inner core is the sanctum where the Absolute resides.

Ullam – heart, inner self, spirit; being, existence (“sath”), entity, ulla; uLLathu; essence, truth, fact, certainty, reality, mey, yadhaartham. “uLLam” - inner core (manas + chittha+ buddhi+ ahankAram); Ullam- core …ullam ...uLLA...unarvu- “that which is conscious of that which is”… Inner core (uLLam; the spiritual heart) is the great temple (perum kOvil); Perum – great (big); koil- kOvil – temple, sanctum sanctorum . Oon-udambu - fleshy body, the seat of the soul, (the place of union with Paramaatma) is the temple. Aalayam – temple. Vaay - mouth; gopuram - tower; vaasal – entrance. TheLLa - clear; theLivaar – theLiya, one who knows (cognizes, realizes), (to the wise), one with mental clarity, clear minded. Jeevan – life (life force; vital force). Kalla(n) – deceptive/sham/bogus (kaLLan also means thief). Pula(n) – sense organs. Aindhu – five. Mani-viLakku – lamp (that illumines and removes –dispels- darkness). Mani is usually gem. In Thamizh, aa-layam may be taken as “atma layikkum iDam", the place where the “Jeevatma” undergoes “layam” with the Paramaatmaata (layikkum).

{The body is one big temple, and the inner core (heart) – uLLam - is where the Lord resides; for one with mental clarity, clear minded one, life force, is the thing to be worshipped (Shivalingam); for one that has realized God, mouth is the entrance, and all five sense organs are lamps in the temple}
Inner core (uLLam; the spiritual heart) is the great temple (perum kOvil);
Fleshy body, the seat of the soul, (the place of union with Paramaatma) is the temple;
For the compassionate Lord, the mouth is the tower-entrance;
For those with mental clarity, jeevan (life force; soul) soul is the Shivalingam;
The (deceiving) - five senses are the burning lamps with within the temple.
Comment for song Nan Pettra Inban of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by T ChithanPosted:12 Mar,2012
It has been analyzed that the very first letter in the first “Thirumurai”, in the Thamizh script is "tho". “Tho” could be split up as ( the consonant) "th", and (the vowel) "o". In the concluding Thirumurai (Periya Puranam), the last word is "ulagelaam", of which the last letter is "m". The alphabet, "o”, of the first letter in the first opening Thirumurai, combined with "m", the last letter of the final Thirumurai, gives rise to the primordial sound, "OM", the “praNava”.
Comment for song Nan Pettra Inban of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by Ambika SomanPosted:12 Mar,2012
Divyam !
Comment for song Nan Pettra Inban of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by T ChithanPosted:12 Mar,2012
04:24 -- THIRUMOOLAR declares: “Anbum Sivamum iranden-bar ari-vilar; Anbe Sivamavadhu Yarum Arikilar; Anbe Sivamavadu Yarum Arinthapin anbe Shivamay amarndhirundare”.
Anbum Sivamum irandu enbar aRivu ilaar. Anbe Sivam aavadu yaaarum aRrikilaar. Anbe Sivam aavadu yaarum aRrintha-pin anbe Shivamaay amarndhu- irundhare.

Love and God are two separate (distinct) things, so say who lack (this) knowledge (not having this realization, those that are impervious to truth); that love itself is the one that becomes Sivam (God – goodness), no one knows not (not cognized); (that) love itself becomes God (attains divinity) – anyone having “known” this, love is God is how that one is seated/situated (once they realize that love and God are one and the same, they themselves remain as love). By the simplest of words Thirumoolar imparts the noblest of thoughts. Thirumoolar makes the most profound declaration - that love is God, the first of its kind, and holds the banner high - the unity of humankind and God. Saint Thirumoolar’s time period, according to legendary accounts, is about 2,000 years ago (likely 3,000 years). No one has proclaimed like this even though innumerable (Hindu) spiritual and philosophical works have accumulated n India over centuries (many authored by famous sages and philosophers), not to mention countless hymns. Thirumoolar , by the simplest of words, goes to the nuts and bolts of the issue, and rises high with the most profound and inspiring thoughts. He simply floats the thought that love and God are one and the same; and once you realize you are God; what you seek is within you.
Comment for song Nan Pettra Inban of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by T ChithanPosted:12 Mar,2012
The “Thirumandhiram” is considered to be the tenth of the 12 “Thirumarais” of Saivism. This work is the ultimate and deep essence [quintessence, fountainhead of Saiva “Aagamaas” and Saiva Siddhantham (Siddhantham – Vedantam)]. Its author, Saint Thirumoolar, yogi of yogis, and one of the greatest Indian mystics (doyen of mystics), is considered to be one of the 63 “Naayanmaars” (down to Vallalaar Ramalinga SwamikaL, 19th century). He composed 3,000 unique poems (“Thamizh moovaayiram”) that have been included in Thirumandhiram. Legendary accounts hold that he was a yogi, known as Sundaranathar, and took a long jouney from Kayilai (Kailasha) mountains to Southern India. He remained in meditation and contemplation (under arasa maram) in the temple town of Thiruvaaduthurai (Thiru-aavaDu-Thurai, aa = cow; where Devi Ambikai, in the form of a cow, worshipped Eswara), Chozha naadu, a town between Mayiladuthurai and KumbakoNam, in Thanjavur district.
Comment for song Nan Pettra Inban of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by T ChithanPosted:12 Mar,2012
Solemn and sublime! It is intriguing that Hummaa would have included this album, and the related series (which may even be considered as exotic in this day and age) in their vast and diverse collections. Grateful thanks and appreciation!
Comment for song Thenukkul of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by T ChithanPosted:12 Mar,2012
Divyam
Comment for song Ullam of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by Badri KrishnanPosted:26 Feb,2012
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Comment for song Engum Thirumeni of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by Badri KrishnanPosted:25 Feb,2012
COMMERCIAL is different than UR FEELINGS
Comment for song Ullam of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by S.balakrishnan-chenn..Posted:25 Feb,2012
om namasivaya, devine words
Comment for song Nan Pettra Inban of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by T ChithanPosted:21 Feb,2012
The bliss that I "sensed" (obtained) be experienced by this universe as well. "Naan pettra inbam peruka iv-vayyagam" - Saint Thirumoolar
Comment for song Yavarkumam of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by NagaPosted:19 Jul,2011
wonderful/thought provoking
Comment for song Yavarkumam of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by NagaPosted:19 Jul,2011
wonderful/thought provoking
Comment for song Ullam of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by PugazhenthiPosted:20 Nov,2009
divine!!!
Comment for song Ullam of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by Ambika SomanPosted:07 Sep,2009
Nice * Song
Comment for song Ullam of album 'Thiru Moolarin Thiru Mandhiram (thiruthani N Swaminathan)' by T ChithanPosted:07 Sep,2009
Aha Divyam