Download Kanda Sashti Kavasam by Soolamangalam Sisters Songs For Free. Kanda Sashti Kavasam (கந்த சஷ்டி கவசம்) is a Hindu devotional song composed in Tamil by Bala Devaraya Swamigal on Lord Muruga. kanda. The famous Kanda Sashti Kavasam was sung by Shri Devaraya Swamigal. We have Six separate Kavasam for each Arupadai veedu Temples. Hopefully the.
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I surrender to thee, Lord Shanmuga! Lord Muruga embodies the form of these six letters. Hallowed be He with Valli! Whoever fasts and prays to Lord Muruga for the six days of Kanda Sashti is believed to kana Muruga’s blessings. The devotee will enjoy every good fortune under the sun.
Kanda Sashti Kavasam by Soolamangalam Sisters – Hindu God Songs
Protect the two eyes – O shining Vel! He whose form kavasa strong and dazzling, praise be to Thee! The “Kavacham” part follows the grammar of Nilai Mandila Aasiriyappaa.
CS1 Tamil-language sources ta Articles containing Tamil-language text. Protect the nape – O great Vel! Amarar idar theera amaram purintha Kumaranadi nenjeh kuri.
May they shiver in fear, roll in agony, scream in terror, and flee in utter fear of me!
Skanda Cult in India: O Lord of Thiruchendur, who is adored as Sengalvaraya! Skanda Shasti Kavacham in Tamil and English 4th ed. Clothey Kamil Zvelebil on Murugan Skanda: Mind, oh mine, meditate On the feet of that Young God, Who waged the war, To end the problems of devas, great. Protect the thirty-two teeth – O piercing Vel! Sashti is the day that Lord Muruga defeated the demon Soorapadman.
Your silken sash and girdle encircle your full waist, with a nine-gemmed diadem adorning your silken robes. Tiruppukal in the cult of Murukan Tiruppugazh: Protect the organs of reproduction and excretion – O good and beautiful Vel! Those who are unable to fast all day are permitted to eat once per day during this period. Your assti legs and ankletted feet produce a harmonious blend of melodious notes most pleasing to the ear. The Devas of all eight directions will bless him.
I surrender to thee, Lord Saravanabava! May both men and women be pleased with me! Protect the two hands – O Vel of mercy! O Lord of Thiruvavinangkudi, dweller of the lovely Vel!
I searched and longed for You from Tiruvavinankudi, that I might, with love, use this vibuthi which is your prasadam. Protect the back kvasam O Vel of grace! May He protect me in the early hours of the night, mid hours of the night, and predawn hours, During dawn and dusk, protect me, O ever-vigilant Vel!
Hallowed be the Rider of the peacock! Peace will prevail at home. Retrieved from ” https: He who conquered Idumba and Kadamba, praise be to Thee! The Navagrahangal astrological planets will be pleased and confer blessings. Though several artistes have sung and released recordings, the one sung by Soolamangalam Sisters Rajalakshmi and Jayalakshmi is popular and played in most places.
Protect the two nostrils – O good Vel! O Lord of Kathirgamam, weilder of the brilliant Vel!
He will be blessed with the ‘sixteen wealths’ at all times. With the hands that killed Soorapathman, you have graced the twenty-seven Devas by granting them the gift of Divine Honey. As a warrior going to battle kavaam on armour to protect himself, so Kanda Sasti Kavacam helps one to be safe in day-to-day life.
Devotees usually narrate the Kanda Sashti Kavacham during this period. Throw your merciful glance towards me and may your look destroy all my sins!
O Lord of the Vel, who is garlanded with vedchi flowers, praise be to Thee! O Lord of Thiruthani, Son of Siva!
O Lord, you with landa sweet Vel destroyed Kadamba and Idumban! Salutations are offered to the brave Lord of Saravana Poykai, who is approaching on His vahana, the peacock. Bless me, O Lord Velayuthan, with love, that I might be showered with plenty and live graciously! May Vachiravel protect me each day and night, everyday! Prosperity and plenty will abound.
Kanda Shasti Kavasam
One half became a peacockwhich he kavasaj as his Vahana. The song consists of a total of lines, including four introductory lines known as “Kaappu,” followed by a couple of meditational lines and the main song portion consisting of lines known as the “Kavacham.
Dedication to Lord Kumaran, who ended the woes of the Devas, On his lovely feet shall we meditate Kanda Sashti Kavasam was composed in the 19th century.
Hallowed be He who dwells in hilly abodes!