The truth is one. Truth is eternal. It is beyond time and place. Bhagavatam begins and ends with the words; “May we meditate upon this truth” (Satyam Param.

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According to these, Arunagirinathar led a hedonistic life as a young man. The Thiruppugazh, in contrast, was written in a form of Tamil that was quite different from pure classical Tamil. It continued to be the medium to highlight the glory of Muruga through the verses of Sri Arunagirinathar. In Kandhar Anubhuti, he describes Muruga as Brahman, without any attribute or quality.

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Though Arunagirinathar presented us with the ideal form of worship, the Thiruppugazh, it underlined the same truth, the Advaita Vedanta, which Adi Sankara postulated. Arunagiri’s poems can iin enjoyed for their literary value as well as for their devotional. At each of these, he composed songs in praise of Murugan, which are collected together in the Thiruppugazh.

He did not believe in any difference. Arunagirinathar utilises certain repetitive phrases to achieve movement and colour in his poems.

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Here, the poet implies that the Self Atman that shines in one is the same that shines in others. Thiruppugazh is meant to be rendered in harmony with Raga, in rhythm to thala, with full knowledge of the meaning and with full devotion bhava. I have done the commentary purely from the point of view of a seeker or a student. Wikisource has original text related to this article: I have selected certain songs which dealt thlruppugazh the question of liberation Mukti and made an attempt to interpret the verses from my own limited understanding.


We find glimpses of Advaita philosophy at many places in Thiruppugazh. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Thiuruppugazh gives him the nectar by which he does not have to come back to this world of sorrows, the nectar by which he attains immortality Amritam Thiruppuggazh. Though they appeared to tread different path, they all sought to reach the same end; the liberation. In lygics poetry, the image of bees entering flowers symbolises the clandestine union of lovers, and the backdrop of the hills lyriics to mind the raw forces of nature.

Though Arunagirinathar composed Thiruppugazh, the verses written in manuscript form remained at different sources.

Sri Sachidhananda Swamigal, a disciple of Saint Seshadri swamigal, took Thiruppugazh as the mission of his life and popularised them. Whereas akam poetry uses the imagery in the context of secular, sensuous lovethe Thiruppugazh uses the same imagery in the context of the longing of the individual tammil God. We are delighted to have you as a visitor to this website and we pray Lord Muruga to bless you not necessarily with all that your mind wishes but certainly all that your heart, the abode of Muruga, wishes.


Kaithalalyris wish-full-filling tree which gives whatever the devotee asks for.

This article needs additional citations for verification. No cleanup reason has been specified. Tniruppugazh Pillai of Tiruthani. His son, ‘Thanigai Mani’ Sri Chengalvaraya Pillai, a great devotee of Lord Muruga, continued the task left behind by his father and brought many Thiruppugazh songs in printed format. It is rare to have combination of all these qualities in one person.

A devotee may not have the skill in music. The poet Arunagirinathar represents a remarkable blend of Tamil literary genius, devotion to Murugan and musical expertise. Raghavan of New Delhi started a powerful Thiruppugazh movement in the s which spread across India and the world. Its metrestoo, are more obviously rhythmical than the stylised classical metres [ thirppugazh needed ].

It is enough if you attend a Thiruppugazh satsang. In the song rendered at Kasi DhaaranikathiArunagirinathar seeks the blessings of Lord Viswanatha to be able to go beyond the realm of body and mind and attain knowledge by which he would be able to experience the Muruga within. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Thituppugazh Policy.