Song 745 - niNamodu kurudhi (thiruppAdhirippuliyUr)
niNamodu kuruthi narampu mARiya
thasaikudal midaiyu melumpu thOlivai
nirainirai seRiyu mudampu nOypadu ...... muthukAyam
nilainilai yuruva malanga LAvathu
navathoLai yudaiya kurampai yAmithil
nikazhtharu pozhuthil muyanRu mAdhava ...... muyavOrum
uNarvili sepamutha lonRu thAnili
niRaiyili muRaiyili yanpu thAnili
uyarvili yeninume nenju thAninai ...... vazhiyAmun
oruthiru marakatha thunga mAmisai
yaRumuka moLivida vanthu nAnmaRai
yupanida mathanai viLanga neeyaruL ...... purivAyE
puNariyil viravi yezhuntha gnAyiRu
vilakiya purisai yilangai vAzhpathi
polamaNi makuda sirangaL thAmoru ...... pathumARip
puviyidai yuruLa muninthu kUrkaNai
yuRusilai vaLaiya valinthu nAdiya
puyalathi viRalari viNdu mAlthiru ...... marukOnE
aNitharu kayilai nadunga vOrezhu
kulakiri yadaiya idinthu thULezha
alaiyeRi yuthathi kuzhampa vElvidu ...... murukOnE
amalaimu nariya thavanchey pAdala
vaLanakar maruvi yamarntha thEsika
aRumuka kuRamaka Lanpa mAdhavar ...... perumALE.
......... Meaning .........
niNamodu kuruthi narampu mARiya thasai: The muscles, combined with flesh, blood and nerves,
kudal midaiyum elumpu thOlivai: the intestines, closely-packed bones and the skin
nirainirai seRiyu mudampu: are all arranged closely within this body.
nOypadu muthukAyam: This old body is susceptible to be infected with diseases.
nilainilai yuruva malanga LAvathu: At various stages of life, this body takes different shapes and is inflicted with contaminations.
navathoLai yudaiya kurampai yAmithil: While in this little cottage of the body with nine portals
nikazhtharu pozhuthil: life is still sustained,
muyanRu mAdhavam u(y)ya Orum uNarvili: I do not have the inclination to attempt great penance for my salvation.
sepamutha lonRu thAnili: I do not have the virtues like meditation.
niRaiyili muRaiyili yanpu thAnili: I do not have any virility, righteousness or the capability even to love.
uyarvili yeninume nenju thAn ninaivazhiyAmun: I do not have any greatness. However, before my mind ceases to think,
oruthiru marakatha thungka mAmisai: (You must graciously come to me) mounted on the unique, emerald-green, immaculate horse-like peacock,
aRumukam oLivida vanthu: with all Your six hallowed faces glowing with grace,
nAnmaRai yupanidam athanai viLanga neeyaruL purivAyE: to enlighten me on the significance of the four scriptures and Upanishads.
puNariyil viravi yezhuntha gnAyiRu: The Sun who dips into and rises from the ocean
vilakiya purisai yilangai vAzhpathi: was scared to perform his routine in LankA, with its tall fortress walls. The King of LankA, Ravana,
polamaNi makuda sirangaL thAmorupathu mARi: lost all his ten heads, with golden crowns embedded with gems;
puviyidai yuruLa muninthu kUrkaNai: his heads were felled down on the earth by an angry and sharp arrow
yuRusilai vaLaiya valinthu nAdiya: from Rama who sought to go after RAvaNA with a fully-bent bow and determination.
puyalathi viRalari viNdu mAlthiru marukOnE: Rama is of the hue of dark clouds. He is Hari, the bravest, with names like Vishnu and ThirumAl. You are His great nephew!
aNitharu kayilai nadunga: The beautiful mount KailAsh began to tremble;
Orezhu kulakiri yadaiya idinthu thULezha: all the seven celebrated mountains* were shattered, raising a dust storm;
alaiyeRi yuthathi kuzhampa vElvidu murukOnE: and the fierce wavy ocean was in tumult when You threw Your Spear, Oh Muruga!
amalaimun ariya thavanchey: Once DEvi PArvathi, the Purest form of Mother, performed a unique penance in
pAdala vaLanakar maruvi yamarntha thEsika: the great PAdalanagar (ThiruppAthirippuliyUr**) where You reside with relish, Oh Master!
aRumuka kuRamaka Lanpa: Oh Lord with six hallowed faces and the beloved of VaLLi, the damsel of KuRavas,
mAthavar perumALE.: You are worshipped by distinguished sages, Oh Great One!