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Avanaasi Paththu

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Dear All

I wonder if anyone could help me please, i am looking for the line by line translation of the Avanaasi Paththu in english
Does anyone have the english meaning or can anyone help me in translating this, i have the words which i can e mail, if anyone is willing to help

Please let me know, looking forward to your reply

Many Thanks

Anesen
 
dear Mr. Anesan,
I suggest that you post those lines in this thread.
Whoever has the interest, initiative, time and know-how will surely help you.
 
Dear All

I have attached the words which i require a line by line meaning/Translation
I hope that someone is able to help me with this.

Many Thanks
Anesen
 

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dear Mr. Anesan,

The song is simple enough but it has been handed to us in the form of a Jack fruit - which needs a lot of preliminary work before we can enjoy the fruit.

Here is my humble attempt with the first stanza.

If it is O.K. I will go on with the other stanzas.

with best wishes and regards,
Mrs. V.R.

 
vatrAdha poihai vaLanAdu kaNdu
malai mElirundha kumarA
utrAr enakku orupErumillai
umaiyAL thanakkumahanE
muththAdai thandhu adiyEnai yALum
muruhEsan endranarasE !
viththAra mAha mayilmee dhilERi
varavENu mendranaruhE ! ...... 1


வற்றாத பொய்கை வளநாடு கண்டு மலை மேலிருந்த குமாரா (a)

உற்றார் எனக்கு ஒருவருமில்லை உமையாள் தனக்கு மகனே(b)

முத்தாடை தந்து அடியேனை ஆளும் முருஹேசன் என்றன் அரசே (c) !

வித்தாரமாக மயில் மீதிலேறி வரவேணும் எந்தன் அருகே! (d) ...... 1



(a). Lord kumara who lives on the mountain looking upon the land of perennial water;

(b). I have none who I can all as my own, oh son of Uma Devi!

(c). You are the provider and the ruler of me, oh King Murugesa!

(d). I request you to come near me, mounted on your beautiful peacock.
 
Post # by Sri Visalakshi Ramani is very nice. Natpushpa.
 
wonderful work

wonderful work - please continue with the translation

vatrAdha poihai vaLanAdu kaNdu
malai mElirundha kumarA
utrAr enakku orupErumillai
umaiyAL thanakkumahanE
muththAdai thandhu adiyEnai yALum
muruhEsan endranarasE !
viththAra mAha mayilmee dhilERi
varavENu mendranaruhE ! ...... 1


வற்றாத பொய்கை வளநாடு கண்டு மலை மேலிருந்த குமாரா (a)

உற்றார் எனக்கு ஒருவருமில்லை உமையாள் தனக்கு மகனே(b)

முத்தாடை தந்து அடியேனை ஆளும் முருஹேசன் என்றன் அரசே (c) !

வித்தாரமாக மயில் மீதிலேறி வரவேணும் எந்தன் அருகே! (d) ...... 1



(a). Lord kumara who lives on the mountain looking upon the land of perennial water;

(b). I have none who I can all as my own, oh son of Uma Devi!

(c). You are the provider and the ruler of me, oh King Murugesa!

(d). I request you to come near me, mounted on your beautiful peacock.
 
Dear Mr. Ravi pillai,

I found the attachment given by the man was not adequate for the transliteration and the translation.

So I had to dig up the song in English from other sources. But in the mean time, the man who wanted the translation has disappeared without a trace!

Obviously he does not really have any interest in it - except for some personal gains.

I am a Dumbo in such theories but one of my well wishers made me understand that he wanted it so badly to post it as his own work elsewhere.

That is why when he disappeared, I also stopped the work. Surely I will take it up later - since Murugan is my Ishta Deivam.

So It will be continued as and when time permits - may not be on the daily basis as the other threads launched by me.

Thank you for your feedback.
with best wishes and regards,
Mrs. V. R. :pray2:
 
Dear Guru

I am from South Africa. I look forward to you completing the translation as and when you have the time. Thank you for replying to my post.

With best wishes

Ravi Pillay
 
Dear Mr. Ravi Pillai,
I am trying to get the poem in Tamil. I lost the link to the poem in English (which I have seen in the net) and tried in vain to recover it.
Either way I will take it up soon. As I have already pointed out, the poem is very simple but the format in which it is given makes my work harder!
I hope I will find it in the book store where I buy my books.
with best wishes and regards,
Mrs. V.R. (why the title guru???) :)


Dear Guru

I am from South Africa. I look forward to you completing the translation as and when you have the time. Thank you for replying to my post.

With best wishes

Ravi Pillay
 
AlAla muNdOn mahanAhi vandhu
adiyAr thamakkumudhavi
pAlUra(l) uNdu kanivAi thiRandhu
payananj chezhuththai maRavEn
mAlAna vaLLi thanainAdi vandhu
vadivAhi nindrakumarA !
mElAna vetri mayilmee dhilERi
varavENu mendranaruhE ! ...... 2


ஆலால முண்டோன் மகானாகி வந்து அடியார் தமக்குமுதவி
பாலுறல் உண்டு கனிவாய் திறந்து பயனஞ்செழுத்தை மறவேன்
மாலானவள்ளி தனைநாடி வந்து வடிவாகி நின்றகுமரா!
மேலான வெற்றி மயில்மீ திலேறி வரவேணு மென்றனருகே (2 )

You are born as the son of Siva who swallowed the aalaahala poison. You
drink the divine milk, speak words as sweet as fruits and help your sincere devotees with your infinite grace. The purpose of life is not to forget the panchaaksharam OM NAMA: SIVAAYA.
You came to bless Valli who was filled with sincere love towards you. Please come to me oh lord! mounted on your glorious and victorious peacock.
 
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Dear Mr. Ravi Pillai,
I am sure you do not want the meaning line by line.
So it is given as a paragraph.
I have been trying to get to the poem ever since 22nd October.
But like a Dumbo, I was always trying to Google search with the Tamil name.
Today I did the search with English name and presto I could find it immediately.
I will be posting one para everyday. There are 13 paras in all. So it will go on till 10th November.
Are you :happy: now?
with best wishes,
Mrs. V. R. :)
 
Madam,

Like mylai mannar. His kandar anubhuti is really good but he has not finished it.
I am able to read new meanings for the stanzas.
 
Madam,
I have a few doubts on this prayer. Avinaasi in sanskrit means no vinaasam,
azhivillathathu. But here I see the word avanaasi.

Second point is that the title says paththu, which means ten. There must
be ten verses only or eleven with kaappu to lord Ganapathi. Here there
are thirteen excluding kaappu. Why ?

Worth thinking further about this.
 
I intend to and hope to finish this series by 10th November, 2011. Nice number ! 10-11-2011 :love:
As for Mayilai Mannaar, I cannot comment. My guess is that he is busy in the Forum in another name.
If you use your imagination you can easily find out who he could be! :)

Madam,

Like mylai mannar. His kandar anubhuti is really good but he has not finished it.
I am able to read new meanings for the stanzas.
 
Please remember to share with me the results of your investigations.
Even in the Tamil dictionary the name of the place is given as AVINAASI.
Since the number 13 is inauspicious, the author must have rounded it off to the nearest ten(s).


Madam,
I have a few doubts on this prayer. Avinaasi in sanskrit means no vinaasam,
azhivillathathu. But here I see the word avanaasi.

Second point is that the title says paththu, which means ten. There must
be ten verses only or eleven with kaappu to lord Ganapathi. Here there
are thirteen excluding kaappu. Why ?

Worth thinking further about this.
 
thiruvAsal dhORum aruLvE dhamOdha
sivananj chezhuththaimaRavEn
murugEsarendru aRiyAr thamakku
mudhalAhi nindrakumarA
gurunAdha suvAmi kuRamAdhu nAdhar
kumarEsa(r) endraporuLE !
maRavAmal vetri mayilmee dhilERi
varavENu mendranaruhE ! ...... 3



திருவாசல்தோறும் அருள்வேதமோத சிவனஞ்செழுத்தை மறவேன் முருகேசரென்று அறியார் தமக்கு முதலாகி நின்றகுமரா
குருநாத சுவாமி குறமாதுநாதர் குமரேசரென்ற பொருளே!
மறவாமல்வெற்றி மயில்மீதிலேறி வரவேணு மென்றனருகே! (3)

Vedas are being chanted in every house.
I shall never forget the Siva panchaaksharam.
You are the supreme God even to those who
do not realize that you are the supreme God.
You are the guru Swaminathan.
You are the lord of Kuramangai Valli.
You are the Lord Kumaresan.
Oh Lord! Do not forget to mount on your victorious peacock and come to me.

 
udhiran thiraNdu paniyeera luNdu
uruvAsal thEdivarumun
thadhipO lezhundha thirumEni nAdhar
kadaiveedu thandhu maruLvAi
mudhiranj chiRandha vayalveeRu sengkai
vadivEl eduththa kumarA !
yadhirAi nadandhu mayilmee dhilERi
varavENu mendranaruhE ! ...... 4


உதிரந்திறந்து பணியீரலுண்டு உருவாசல் தேடிவருமுன்
ததிபோலெழுந்த திருமேனிநாதர் கடைவீடு தந்துமருள்வாய்
முதிறஞ்சிறந்த வயல்வீறு செங்கை வடிவேல் எடுத்த குமரா !
எதிராய்நடந்து மயில்மீதிலேறி வரவேணு மென்றனருகே ! (4)

Before my physical body is destroyed by the God of death, please take me into the highest abode of the Lord Siva. Oh Lord! who lives in the land of fertile fields! You who carry the mighty Velaayutham in your beautiful hand! Mount on your peacock and come to me, flying in front of me!

 
maNNAdu meesan mahanArai yundhan
malaiveeduthandhu maruLvAi
vaNdUral pAyum vayalUril sengkai
vadivEl eduththakumarA !
nandrAha vandhu adiyEnai yANdu
nalveedu thandhaguhanE !
koNdAdi vetri mayilmee dhilERi
varavENu mendranaruhE !
...... 5

மண்ணாடுமீசன் மகனாராயுந்தன் மலைவீடுதந்து மருள்வாய்
வண்டூறல்பாயும் வயலூரில் செங்கை வடிவேல் எடுத்த குமரா!
நன்றாக வந்து அடியேனையாண்டு நல்வீடு தந்த குகனே!
கொண்டாடி வெற்றி மயில்மீதிலேறி வரவேணு மென்றனருகே (5)

You are the son of Lord Siva- whom the whole world worships.
Please give me a place in one of your temple situated on the hills.
Oh Lord! the wielder of Shakti Ayudham residing in Vayaloor - the land of milk and honey!
You have come to me, blessed me and given me (jeevan) mukthi.
Please come to me mounted on your victorious and celebrated peacock.
 
neelanj chiRandha kuRamAdhu vaLLi
ninpAham vaiththakumarA
kAla nezhundhu vehupUsai seydhu
kayiRumeduththu varumun
vElum pidiththu adiyAr thamakku
veerAdhi veerarudanE
sAlap parindhu mayilmee dhilERi
varavENu mendranaruhE ! ...... 6


நீலஞ்சிறந்த குறமாதுவள்ளி நின்பாகம் வைத்தகுமரா
காலனெழுந்து வெகுபூசைசெய்து கயிறுமெடுத்து வருமுன்
வேலும்பிடித்து அடியார் தமக்கு வீராதி வீரருடனே
சாலப்பரிந்து மயில்மீதிலேறி வரவேணு மென்றனருகே! (6 )


You have placed the dark skinned Valli in one of your laps. Before the cruel Yama approaches me with his unfailing paasam, take hold of your Velaayutham and come to me with your valorous army, with boundless kindness, mounted on your lovely peacock.
 
thalaigatta nUlin nizhalpOla nindru
thadumARi nondhuadiyEn
nilaikettu yAnum puvimeedhil nindru
nedumUch cheRiya vidhiyO
alaidhotta sengkai vaduvER kadampA
adiyEnai ALumuruhA !
malaiyERi mEvu mayilmee dhilERi
varavENu mendranaruhE ! ...... 7



தலைகட்ட நூலின் நிழல்போல நின்று தடுமாறி நொந்து அடியேன்
நிலைகெட்டு யானும் புவிமீதில் நின்று நெடுமூச்
செறிய விதியோ?
அலைதொட்ட செங்கை வடுவேர் கடம்பா அடியேனை ஆளுமுருகா!
மலையேறிமேவு மயில்மீதிலேறி வரவேணு மென்றனருகே! ...... 7


I am as helpless and vulnerable as the shadow of a mere thread.
Is it in my fate that I have to heave sighs of sorrow and feel wretched all my life on this earth?
Kadamba living on the land kissed by the waves of the sea! You are my lord and my ruler!
Come to me mounted on your stately peacock, which lives on your lovely hilly resorts.



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vaNdu pUvil madhuvUril pAyum
vayalUril sengkaivadivEl
kaNdondru sollith thirivArgaL vAsal
kadanendru kEtkavidhiyO?
vaNdURu pUvi vidhazhmEvum vaLLi
dheyvAnaik kuhandhavElA
nandrendru solli mayilmee dhilERi
varavENu mendranaruhE ! ...... 8



வண்டுபூவில் மதுவூரில்பாயும் வயலூரில் செங்கைவடிவேல்
கண்டொன்று சொல்லித்திரிவார்கள் வாசல் கடனென்று கேட்கவிதியோ?
வண்டூறு பூவி விதழ்மேவும்வள்ளி தெய்வானைக்குகந்த வேலா!
நன்றென்றுசொல்லி மயில்மீதிலேறி வரவேணு மென்றனருகே! ...... 8


Oh Lord who is holding the mighty Shakthi ayudham in your strong hand!
Is it my ill fate that I should seek the help of those wretches - who see something and go about saying something else?
You are the befitting Lord of both the lovely Valli and the stately Deivayaanai!
It is time for you to utter the words "Well! here I come" and come to me sitting on your lovely peacock.
 
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