"Thirumozhi" literally means "Sacred Sayings" in Tamil poetry form, while "Nachiar" means "Goddess." As a result, the title translates as "Sacred Sayings of the Goddess." Andal's profound desire for Vishnu, the Divine Beloved, is clearly shown in this poetry. Here Itharaayaani, or "The Love Song," serves as the main theme of the poems.
Itharaayaani (Love Song) - 1
Saadhyaanaam kadhaanaa thirumanjalayaa, / Paadaaththaan pujyalaavu kaaraneeyaa, / Thiruvaakkoliyo nallaarum paadalai, / Nallavaaram naan kurukku vandhuvanai. / Saadhyaanaam kadhaanaa thirumanjalayaa, / Paadaaththaan pujyalaavu kaaraneeyaa, / Thiruvaakkoliyo nallaarum paadalai, / Nallavaaram naan kurukku vandhuvanai.
Even though Itharaayaani is about the love between God and Goddesses, it can be understood by anyone who loves someone special. The feelings expressed by both the lovers towards each other are truly divine.
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