PirandhAr Uyarndhe and ManasA PunAthu – What Magic?

Updated on September 7, 2023 in Azhwars
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Srimathe Rangaramanuja Mahadesikaya Namaha
Srimathe Sri Varaha Mahadesikaya Namaha
Sri Velukkudi Krishnan Swamy Thriruvadigaley Sharanam
Sri Krishna Premi Swamy Thriruvadigaley Sharanam

My father used to say NammAzhwar ended the andhAdhi as “PirandhAr Uyarndhe”

Which leads to starting of “Uyarvara Uyarnalam”

Also in Tirumala Tirupathi Veda PArAyaNam

Goshti ends with “ManasA PunAthu”

When adiyen listen to these two endings

“PirandhAr Uyarndhe”
“ManasA PunAthu”

Something is happening to me. A feeling of longingness.

As if, why is it ending?.

By the way why any shlOka or Mantra should end?

Adiyen get the feeling of “seperation from a close one” when hearing those last line(s). Why?

There is some magic in those words.

“PirandhAr Uyarndhe”
What would have been the thought process of NammAzhwar while ending? 🤔😭

Would Swamy mixed with PerumAl?
Would Swamy forgotten himself? UNNum shOru parugum neer thiNNum vetrilai ellAm KaNNaNey!

Similarly what is “ManasA PunAthu”? Why some Vedic mantra ending with these which we use in Sandhyavandhanam ? What is the meaning and significance?

PeriyavAs please tell me why is this happening to adiyen?


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