09 Nov, 2016 (Wed) – Sri Pey Azhwar Tirunakshatram

Sri Pey Azhwar

Place: Mylapore in Chennai
Year: Siddarthi
Month: Aipasi
Star: Sadayam
Paksham: Sukla Paksham
Tithi: Navami
Amsam (incarnation of): Nandakam (divine Sword of the Supreme Lord)
Compilation: Mundram Thiruvandadi
Also known as: MahathAhvayar, Mayilaapuraadhipar

Thaniyan

(Invocatory verse of glorification to an Acharya which is usually composed by a disciple)

dhrushtvA hrushtam thadhA vishNum ramayA mayilAdhipam
kUpE rakthOthpalE jAtham mahathAhvayam AsrayE

I surrender unto Peyazhwar who is the leader of Mylapore and was born out of a red lilly flower in a well and who attained great bliss by having the divine vision of Sriman Narayanan with Sri Mahalakshmi.

08 Nov, 2016(Tue) – Poodath Azhwar Tirunakshatram

Sri Poodath Azhwar

Place: Mahabalipuram
Year: Siddarthi
Month: Aipasi
Star: Avitta
Paksham: Sukla Paksham
Tithi: Navami
Amsam (incarnation of): Kaumathagi (divine mace of the Supreme Lord)
Compilation: Irandaam Thiruvandadi
Also known as: Boothathar, as he was born in a flower

Thaniyan

(Invocatory verse of glorification to an Acharya which is usually composed by a disciple)

mallApura varAdhIsam mAdhavI kusumOdhbhavam
bhUtham namAmi yO vishNOr gYAnadhIpam akalpayath

I worship bhUthathAzhwAr who is the leader of thirukkadalmallai (mAmallapuram) and was born out of a mAdhavI (spring) flower and who lit the lamp of knowledge to have the vision of the supreme lord.

07 Nov, 2016, Poigai Azhwar and Pillai Lokacharya swami Tirunakshatram

Sri Poigai Azhwar

Place: Thiruvekha
Year: Siddarthi
Month: Aipasi
Star: Thiruvonam
Paksham: Sukla Paksham
Tithi: Ashtami day
Amsam (incarnation of): Panchjanyam (divine conch of the Supreme Lord)
Compilation: Mudal Thiruvandadi
Also known as: Saroyogi, Kaasaarayogi, Poigai Piraan, Padma Muni, Kavinyarporeyeru

Thaniyan

(Invocatory verse of glorification to an Acharya which is usually composed by a disciple)

kAnchyAm sarasi hEmAbjE jAtham kAsAra yOgiNam
kalayE ya: sriya:pathi ravim dhIpam akalpayath

I meditate on Poigai AzhwAr who was born in the pond in thiruvekkA out of a golden lotus flower and who lit the divine lamp using the radiant sun to have the vision of sriman narayanan.

5th Nov, 2016 – HH Shashti Poorthi Celebrations

Jai Srimannarayana Dear Devotee,

We are celebrating 60th Tirunakshatram (birthday) of our Pujya Acharya Sri Sri Sri Tridandi Chinna Srimannarayana Ramanuja Jeeyar Swamiji (Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji). Guru is very important in our life to lead to a good path. Millions of devotees celebrating this occasion in multiple parts of the world and we are also celebrating in London at the following venue.

13 July, 2016(Wed) Periyalwar Tirunakshatram

Sri Periya Azhwar tirunakshatram

Place: Srivilliputtur
Year: Krodhana
Month: Aani
Star: Swathi
Paksha: Sukla paksham
Tithi: Ekadasi
Amsam (incarnation of): Garuda (divine eagle, vehicle of Supreme Lord)
Compilation: Periyazhwar Thirumozhi, Thiruppallandu
Also known as: Vishnu chittan, Patta Nanadan, Srivilliputturaa, Sri Ranganatha Svaroorar

Thaniyan

(Invocatory verse of glorification to an Acharya which is usually composed by a disciple)

gurumukam anadhIthya prAhavE thAn asEshAn
narapathi parikluptham sulkamAdhAthu kAma:
svasuram amara vandhyam ranganAthasya sAkshAth
dhvija kula thilakam vishNuchiththam namAmi

I worship periyazhwar who proclaimed the essence of vedham (without learning it from an Acharya methodically – he was directly blessed by bhagavan with divine blemish less knowledge) to win over pouch containing gold at the pandiya king’s assembly and who is the direct father-in-law of sri ranganathan (due to him being the father of Andal nachiyar) and who is the leader of brahmanas.

21st May, Sat, Nammalwar Tirunakshatram(Birthday)

21st May, Saturday, is Nammalwar Tirunakshatram (Birthday). He is the 8th alzhwar out of 12 alzhwars very well known for his many hymns on devotion to Vishnu. Details about his birth star, place etc are available here.

Contributions of What Nammazhwar or Nammalwar:

Nammaazhwar contribution of 4 works which can be compared to all Vedas(numbering 1296 hymns) to the 4th thousand of the Divya Prabhandham includes the entire 4th thousand and part of the 3rd thousand.

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