Description: Thevaram are songs written and sung by Saiva Kuravargaal. This song "Thodudaiyaa" was written by 3 year old boy Thirugnanasambandhar on Lord Shiva at a place called Sirgazhi near Chidambaram. This song is sung by the kid when she was 2 years and 7 months.
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King of Saints ,Saint Gnanasambandhar's great song...about the greatness of Vibuthi..
The Tevaram - தேவாரம் Teva means "God", aram means "garland" denotes the first seven volumes of the Tirumurai, the twelve-volume collection of Tamil Saivite devotional poetry. All seven volumes are dedicated to the works of the three most prominent Tamil poets (known as Nayanars) - Sambanthar, Appar and Sundarar. Appar and Sambanthar lived around the 7th century, while Sundarar lived in the 8th century. During the Pallava period these three travelled extensively around Tamil Nadu offering discourses and songs characterised by an emotional devotion to Shiva and objections to Vaishnavism, Jainism and Buddhism. In the tenth Century AD, during the reign of Rajaraja Chola I, a collection of these songs was found abandoned in the Chidambaram temple, along with other religious literary works, and collated by Nambiyandar Nambi. All the songs in the Tevaram (called pathikam in Tamil) are believed to be in sets of ten. The hymns were set to music denoted by Panns and are part of the canon of the Tamil music. They continue to be part of temple liturgy today.
Lord Shiva - Thevaram Raga Sahana Thala Rupakam
This was recorded at the Murugan Temple at Jurong East, Singapore on 24th April 2011
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"Neela Ninaindhu"-- Given to us by the great Sundaramurti swamigal who also gave us the precious 'Thiruthondar thogai' During Sundarar's stay at Thiruvaaroor, a Siva devotee by name Kundaiyur Kilar (who was also very highly devoted to Sundarar) was regularly supplying Paravayar with enough grains and groceries for the maintenance of Sundarar and other devotees of the Lord. Suddenly, there was famine in the district and people suffered for want of food. Kundaiyur Kilar was also affected. He was afflicted at heart because he could not supply the needs of Sundarar. The ever-merciful Lord, Namban - Sivaperuman appeared in his dream and promised enough grain! Kubera, the God of wealth, did the needful, as commanded by the Lord. The next morning, Kundaiyur Kilar found huge heaps of grain. At the same time the Lord appeared before Sundarar and informed him of the incident. At once Sundarar left for Kundaiyur to meet Kilar. They met half-way. Sundarar saw the heaps of grain at Kundaiyur and knew that it was Sivaperuman's leela. He sang this wonderful pathigam in praise of the primordial lord, primordial gurudev - Eesan Sivaperuman Sundarar returned to Thiruvaaroor and informed Paravayar of all that happened. That night the Bhuta Ganas (servants of the Lord) removed the heaps of grain and filled the entire town of Thiruvaaroor with it! Paravayar offered repeated prostrations to the Lord and sang his glory. She asked the people to take the grain to appease their hunger. Thus, the ...
The celebrations were held in the presence of The Hon. Chief Minister of Tamil nadu. The Othuvars were reciting Thevaram a Tamil Hymn Last one rendered at the request of the Chief Minister Courtesy Podhigai TV
Lord Siva Song - Hymn in Tamil -Devotional Song from Panniru Thirumurai (Thevaram - தேவாரம் )
THevaaram Recital by Thirumurai students in Singapore
A Great song which protects devotees and gives everything.
Thevaram Orsai Oli Yellaam Oasai Oli Ellaam by Magantharen Balakisten
This video is a part of Thirumari Inisai Concert by Othuwar Satkurunathan on 24th April 2011 at the Murugan Temple in Jurong East, Singapore.
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