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The Thiruvempavai (திருவெம்பாவை) is a collection of twenty hymns sung for Lord Shiva by his devotee Manicka vasagar. The Thiruvempavai songs were composed in Thiruvannamalai temple during the month of Margazhi(December-january) when the temple town was celebrating the Pavai Nolumbu. The twenty songs of Thiruvempavai are recited all over Tamil Nadu in the holy month of Margazhi in Lord Siva Temples.
The Thiruvembavai is part of Thiruvasagam.

The Thiruvembavai penance is observed by unmarried girls of those times to get good husbands. The maids all wake up early , wake each other up and with song and dance go to the ponds and streams for bathing and then worship Pavai (woman goddess) and request her to bless them with suitable husbands. The Thiruvembavai songs are sung by them during the festival on 10 days preceding the Thiruadhirai Nolumbu. Though, ostensibly, Thiruvempavai is merely a poem about young girls encouraging each other to go and worship Shiva, their trips to the temple are interpreted to be emblematic of the soul’s journey towards union with Shiva. The Thiruvempavai is thus a poem which encourages enthusiasm for the ultimate pilgrimage that culminates in the experience of Shiva.

About Manikka vasakar

The ancient Tamil Nadu saw two important Bhakthi movements. The sentinels(sages) of Bhakthi movement worshipping Lord Shiva were called Nayanmars and those worshipping Lord Vishnu were called Azhwars. Among those 63 sages, four Natyanmars were the most important and they were Appar, Thirugnana Sambandar, Thirunavukkarsar and Manikka Vasagar. All of them were great poets and traveled through out Tamil Nadu visiting the shiva temples and composing poems on the deities in each Temple.

Manikka vasakar was a 9th-century Tamil poet who wrote Tiruvasakam (Holy script), a book of Shaiva hymns. He was one of the main authors of Saivite Tirumurai, his work forms one volume of the Tirumurai, the key religious text of Tamil language Shaiva Siddhanta.”Thiru Vasagathukku urugar Evvasagathukkum Urugar” meaning,” those who do not melt for Thiruvasagam will never melt for any other book”, is a famous Tamil Saying of those times.

Meaning is available for all 20 Thiruvembavai (திருவெம்பாவை) songs.

I wanted to give a clear and better audio, so the size of the application might be big. Please download, read and listen to Thiruvembavai (திருவெம்பாவை) devotioanl song offline.

Keywords: Devotional, Tamil, Audio, offline. The Thiruvempavai (Thiruvembavai) is a collection of hymns sung for twenty Manicka vasagar Lord Shiva by his devotee. The songs were composed in Thiruvempavai Thiruvannamalai temple during the month of Margazhi (December-january) when the temple was celebrating the Pavai Nolumbu town. The twenty songs are recited all over Tamil Nadu in Thiruvempavai of the holy month of Lord Siva Temples in Margazhi.
The Thiruvembavai is part of Thiruvasagam.

The Thiruvembavai penance is observed by unmarried girls to get good husbands of those times. The maids all wake up early, wake up each other with song and dance and go to worship the ponds and streams for bathing and then Pavai (woman goddess) and request her to bless them with suitable husbands. The songs are sung by Thiruvembavai on them during the 10 days preceding the festival Nolumbu Thiruadhirai. Though, ostensibly, is merely a poem about young girls Thiruvempavai encouraging each other to go and worship Shiva, their trips to the temple to be interpreted are emblematic of the soul s journey towards union with Shiva. The Thiruvempavai is a poem which thus encourages enthusiasm for the ultimate pilgrimage that culminates in the experience of Shiva.

About Manikka vasakar

The ancient Tamil Nadu saw two important movements Bhakthi. The sentinels (sages) of Lord Shiva Bhakthi movement worshipping Nayanmars and those called were called worshipping Azhwars were Lord Vishnu. Among those 63 sages, were the most important and they were four Natyanmars Appar, Thirugnana Sambandar, Thirunavukkarsar and Manikka Vasagar. All of them were great poets and traveled through out the shiva Tamil Nadu visiting deities in the temples on each Temple and composing poems.

Manikka vasakar was a 9th-century Tamil poet who wrote Tiruvasakam (Holy script), a book of Shaiva hymns. He was one of the main authors of Saivite Tirumurai, his work forms one volume of the Tirumurai, the key religious text of Tamil language Shaiva Siddhanta. "Thiru Vasagathukku urugar Evvasagathukkum Urugar" meaning, "those who do not melt for Thiruvasagam will never melt any other book for ", is a famous Tamil Saying of those times.

Meaning is available for all 20 Thiruvembavai (Thiruvembavai) songs.

I wanted to give a clear and better audio, so big the size of the application might be. Please download, read and listen to Thiruvembavai (Thiruvembavai) devotioanl song offline.

Keywords: Devotional, Tamil, Audio, offline.

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