SIXTY-THREE NAYANAR SAINTS The stories of 63 great Siva Bhaktas (Nayanars) of South in Telugu. by. Sri M V Subba Rao Index. 1. Sundaramurthi Nayanar. No information is available for this page. Supatha - Offering Periya Puranam Book Publisher in Hyderabad, Telangana. find it very difficult to buy Telugu books of their choice as and when required.


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A few readers will love this book, but I suspect that most will find it boring. David goes into considerable detail about a few selected devotees rather than touching lightly on a larger periya puranam in telugu.

This is the book we recommend to people who want to read about Sri Ramana for the first time.

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It is a teacher that tells morals of life, make yourself a rock of discipline. It is a historical information resource, develop your knowledge with that. For the people who do not know thamiz but would like to know about the peerless 63 periya puranam in telugu, this should give a taste of that nector.

The hall was crowded with devotees - perhaps it was a festive day.

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With both arms covering his bare chest and seated unobtrusively like a rustic villager. That is our Sivaprakasam Pillai.

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He sits here like a domesticated cat. One should see him at his office. There, he is like a wild lion. He bound one end of the rope to the image and tied the other periya puranam in telugu to his neck and pulled hard.

Lord Shiva touched by his devotees love straightened himself in a trice to the wonder of all those present.

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The very heaven showered scented blossoms to mark the miracle. It is said that when Kalayanar lived at Kadavur, he played host to famous devotees of Shiva like Tirujnanasambandhar.

He was indeed a peerless devotee who had not even a shade of ego in him. He was a contemporary of Tirujnanasambandhar.


Besides he had the privilege of having a great Saivite Kulachirayar as his Chief Periya puranam in telugu. Kulachirayar was also an able administrator and had a big hand in the Pandiyan victories at Uzhinjnam, Paazhil and Nelveli. Yet another distinction about King Nedumaran was his generosity of understanding.

Himself a Jain, yet he had a great respect of Kulachirayar who followed Saivism with single minded zeal.

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Kulachirayar was born at Manamerkudi. He had great respect for the devotees of Lord Shiva irrespective of their caste affiliations. He would present them with food, bags of holy ash, kaupin cloth and other reuirements.

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