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Ninaippadeppodu Nenje (நினைப்படெப்போடு நெஞ்சே)

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Composer: Mayuram Vedanayakam Pillai (மயூரம் வேதநாயகம் பிள்ளை) (11 October 1826 – 21 July 1889) also called as “Varakavi” in Tamil, this poet wrote philosophical, thought-provoking poems said to be divinely inspired. He was Born in Kulatur close to Tirucirapalli to Savarimutu PiLLai and ArokiamariammaaL on October 11, 1826, he was a prodigy in school and […]

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Maname Ni Ishan (மனமே நீ ஈஷன்)

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Composer: Mayuram Vedanayakam Pillai (மயூரம் வேதநாயகம் பிள்ளை) (11 October 1826 – 21 July 1889) also called as “Varakavi” in Tamil, this poet wrote philosophical, thought-provoking poems said to be divinely inspired. He was Born in Kulatur close to Tirucirapalli to Savarimutu PiLLai and ArokiamariammaaL on October 11, 1826, he was a prodigy in school and […]

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Karunalaya Nidhiye (கருநாலய னிதியே)

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Composer: Mayuram Vedanayakam Pillai (மயூரம் வேதநாயகம் பிள்ளை) (11 October 1826 – 21 July 1889) also called as “Varakavi” in Tamil, this poet wrote philosophical, thought-provoking poems said to be divinely inspired. He was Born in Kulatur close to Tirucirapalli to Savarimutu PiLLai and ArokiamariammaaL on October 11, 1826, he was a prodigy in school and […]

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Janaki Ramana Dasharatha (జానకీ రమణ దశరథ)

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Composer: Vanamaamalai Jiyar Swaami (Tamil: வானமாமலை சியர் சுவாமி). A holy saint of the Vaishnava sect of Hinduism, he resides at Vanamamamali Mutt in Nanguneri. His role was as disciple to Manavala Mamunigal and as priest to Appacharianna, a direct decendant of Sri Mudaliandan Swami. Mudaliandan Swami was among the Seventy Four(74) Simhasanadhipathis established by Ramanuja […]

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Vanamaamalai Jiyar Swaami (வானமாமலை சியர் சுவாமி)

Vanamaamalai Jiyar Swaami

Vanamaamalai Jiyar Swaami A holy saint of the Vaishnava sect of Hinduism, he resides at Vanamamamali Mutt in Nanguneri. His role was as disciple to Manavala Mamunigal and as priest to Appacharianna, a direct decendant of Sri Mudaliandan Swami. Mudaliandan Swami was among the Seventy Four(74) Simhasanadhipathis established by Ramanuja (the founder of the Visishtadwaita […]

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Vallabhacharya (వల్లభాచార్య)

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Vallabhacharya (1479-1531) A great 16th century sage-philosopher of India, he is the founder of the Vaishnavite sect in Rajasthan and Gujarat. he came from a Telugu Brahmin family (contemporaries of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu) in Champaranya, Raipur, Madhya Pradesh, the son of Lakshmana Bhatta and Ilamma. It is said that the family had finished performing 100 Soma […]

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