Vallalar’s Perception – Nature is Divine
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Finding and understanding the lord by nature is the conclusion the benefactors saw. Such nature has been worshiped as a god since ancient times. Preserving nature from extinction and receipt of the Divine has been recorded from the beginning to the present day. In this way, Vallalar, in his Thiruvarutpa saw the nature and its splendor together with the lord. This article examines his vision of nature and its uniqueness, as well as its ability to bring together the lord who helps us to act.
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