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Tiruppavai | Soft Cover/ Shloka Book

Original price Rs. 120.00 - Original price Rs. 120.00
Original price
Rs. 120.00
Rs. 120.00 - Rs. 120.00
Current price Rs. 120.00
Language: Malayalam
SKU 91001916
Weight

0.5 kg

• "Thiruppavai is a Sri Andal Devotional Book that presents the revered devotional work of Andal, a prominent female saint-poetess of the Vaishnavite tradition. Authored by a knowledgeable scholar, this book aims to make the profound spiritual teachings and poetic beauty of Andal's Thiruppavai accessible to readers who are fluent in Malayalam.
• This Thiruppavai Malayalam Book is a collection of thirty stanzas, each known as a "pasuram," composed by Andal originally in Tamil. It is considered a masterpiece of devotion, exploring themes of love, surrender, and devotion to Lord Krishna. The Thiruppavai Book provides a comprehensive commentary on each pasuram, unraveling the layers of meaning, symbolism, and spiritual significance embedded in Andal's verses. The explanations delve into the cultural and religious context, as well as the philosophical insights conveyed by Andal.
• Alongside the commentary, the Thiruppavai Book offers a faithful translation of the Thiruppavai into the Multiple language. This ensures that readers who not be familiar with Tamil can still grasp the essence and beauty of Andal's compositions. The translations in this Sri Andal Devotional Book aim to capture the rhythmic flow, melodic qualities, and poetic nuances present in the original verses.
• The Hindu book also provides additional resources, such as an introduction to Andal's life and her contributions to Bhakti literature, as well as a glossary of important terms and concepts. These elements in the Hindu book serve to enhance the reader's understanding and appreciation of the Thiruppavai.
• "Thiruppavai is an invaluable Sri Andal Devotional Book for devotees, scholars, and enthusiasts of Vaishnavite literature and philosophy.By offering commentary, translation, and contextual information, this book serves as a guide to experiencing the profound teachings of Andal and fostering a deeper connection with the divine.