[Advaita-l] The sublime work called Thiruppugazh

V Subrahmanian v.subrahmanian at gmail.com
Tue Feb 27 12:32:27 EST 2018

The sublime work called Thiruppugazh

Read here about the work:



// Swamigal did not believe in any differences on the basis of Saiva or
Vaishnava.  He brought about a unity between the two schools.  He addressed
Muruga by relating him to Perumal (Lord Vishnu), as the son-in-law of
Perumal (Perumalin Marugone).  Swamigal described the great acts of valour
done by Lord Vishnu’s incarnates.  He described the various acts of frolic
and mischief done by Krishna, the act of stealing butter and the subsequent
punishment meted out by Yasoda.  *(Navaneethamum Thirudi, Uralode
Onrumari….  Song: Sivanar Manam Kulira..65*)   We find various references
to events in Ramayana. * He believed that though there were different forms
and images, the underlying reality is one, the Brahmam, the supreme.*  //

Listen to the discourse:



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