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Tirumandiram English - Saint Tirumular

Tirumandiram English - Saint Tirumular

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TIRUMANTIRAM
Table of Contents Invocation Preface Tirumantiram - Inspired Talk by Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami Tantra One | Tantra Two | Tantra Three Tantra Four | Tantra Five | Tantra Six Tantra Seven | Tantra Eight | Tantra Nine

Tirumantiram:Table of Contents

INVOCATION TO VINAYAKA He who has the five hands and the elephant's face, Whose tusk is even as the crescent moon, The son of Nandi, the Flower of Wisdom, Him I cherish in thought, His feet adore.

PAYIRAM: PROEM (Verses 1 to 112)
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TIRUMANTIRAM
Table of Contents Invocation Preface Tirumantiram - Inspired Talk by Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami Tantra One | Tantra Two | Tantra Three Tantra Four | Tantra Five | Tantra Six Tantra Seven | Tantra Eight | Tantra Nine

Tirumantiram:Table of Contents

INVOCATION TO VINAYAKA He who has the five hands and the elephant's face, Whose tusk is even as the crescent moon, The son of Nandi, the Flower of Wisdom, Him I cherish in thought, His feet adore.

PAYIRAM: PROEM (Verses 1 to 112)
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TIRUMANTIRAM
Table of ContentsInvocation Preface Tirumantiram - Inspired Talkby Satguru Sivaya SubramuniyaswamiTantra One|Tantra Two|Tantra Three  Tantra Four|Tantra Five|Tantra Six  Tantra Seven|Tantra Eight|Tantra Nine
Tirumantiram:Table of Contents 
INVOCATION TO VINAYAKA
He who has the five hands and the elephant's face,Whose tusk is even as the crescent moon,The son of Nandi, the Flower of Wisdom,Him I cherish in thought, His feet adore.
 
 
PAYIRAM: PROEM (Verses 1 to 112)
1 IN PRAISE OF GOD
1: One Is Many
The One is He, the Two His sweet Grace,In Three He stood, in all the Four witnessed,The Five He conquered, the Six He filled,The Seven Worlds pervades, manifests the EightAnd so remains.
 
2: Defies Death
The Holy One who all life sustains,Lord of Her, beloved of all the world,He who spurned Yama, the Southern Qrarter's KingOf Him I sing, His glory and praise.
 
3: Immortals Adore
He who stands the same to all,The Pure One, whom immortal Gods adore,Whom, even they, that daily stand beside, know not,Him I seek, praise, and meditate.
 
4: Dispells Gloom
The Truth of Spaces Vast, Seek of the Universe orb,Our Haven of Refuge, He bade me seek and find,Him I praised by night and day,And praising thus, gloom{-}dispelled,I held firm in this world of strifes.
 
5: Siva Is Nonpareil
Search where ye will, there's no God like Siva,None here below to equal Him in glory;Lotus like, He, of gleaming matted locks,Golden in splendour, beyond the worlds, apart.
 
6: Omni-Competent
Without Him, there be Celestials none,Without Him, penance is not,Without Him, naught the Three accomplish,Without Him, I know not the City's Gate.
 
7: Divine Father
Primal First is He, older than the Co-eval ThreeBut the Lord is He peerless, unequalled;
 
Call Him "Father," and Father He to thee,Inside you He flames in the Lotus of golden hue.
 
8: Kinder Than Mother
Hotter is He than fire, cooler than water;And yet none knows of His Grace abounding;Purer than the child, kinder by far than the mother,Nearest to Love is He, of the flowing matted locks.
 
9: All Worship Him
Gold-bewrought, His matted locks fall back and gleam;Nandi, His name,My Lord is He, ever by me worshipt;But none there be whom He worships.
 
10: Omnium Gatherum
Holding the worlds apart, as the Heavens high He spreads;Himself the scorching Fire, Sun and Moon,Himself the Mother that sends down the rainsHimself the mountains strong and oceans cold.
 
11: Effort And Fruit
Near and far I look; but around the Being First,No other God, I see, mightier than He;Himself the effort, and Himself, too, effort's end;Himself the rains, Himself the clouds rain-laden,The Nandi named.
 
12: Beyond Comprehension
The One of the fore-head eye, in Love Supreme, unmoved,Dead were the countless Devas,Born were the myriads on earth;Upward they climbed to lives beyond count,Yet none did know the Lord was He.
 
13: Immeasurable
Mal who spanned the earth and Brahma the Lotus seated one,And others of the Gods fathomed Him not;There be none to measure Him that measured the Heav'nsAnd thus He stood, all visions transcending.
 
14: Transcends All
Transcended He Brahma on the lotus-seat,Transcended Mayan, the ocean-hued,Transcended He, Isan, who transcends all,Transcended He space infinite, witnessing all.
 
15: Blossoms As All
Into Brahma did He expand, into Hara did He,And into the soul of the body He pervades

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