Tiruppavai Unarttum Tiruvarutnerikal
- Nallaira Divya Prabandham,
- Namo Narayana
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As the man appeared in the world, the native speakers of Tamil language Originated. Humans worship God on religious grounds They went further. God divided worship according to the land Were. Vegetarian and Vaishnavas are two of the greatest religions in Tamil Nadu Both were terrifying. Worship and worship Thirumala as the God of Vaishnava Maui. In the book Nallaira Divya Prabandham sung by twelve persons Four thousand songs highlight the glory of Perumal. Andalus contributes to the Lord in the order of the subordinates Thiruppavai has sung the script for surrender. Awakened in the thread Thirty passions of love to the Lord and to the Lord Sung to surrender. Not just during the dawn of dawn She also mourned the women of the Archdiocese Invites. If the women observe the fasting of the month it is about three months It is raining and the country is thriving. Their life Have a good husband. Everybody lives and lives Should. We use 'Namo Narayana' with her tongue as we pronounce daily, the evil that comes upon us is in the fire burned ashes. Those who surrender to Tirumala for fasting. The body must regret and follow the rules regularly. Women should not eat ghee and beautify themselves. Do as much charity as possible for others. He also sang as a child of universal integrity. Andal, all fasting bearers are clean, fasting with purity in the Lord is easy to surrender. Not just his country and his people Andal Thiruppavai Various benefits of fasting Through the sense of community.
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