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Arupadaiveedu Sasti Kavachankal.

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Kavacha means coat of mails. Just as it protects a warrior in the battlefield from the weapons of his adversaries, so does chanting of the Kaavacha grant protection to the devotee. The author, Devaraya Swamigal, has composed six kavachams on the Presiding diety, Lord Muruga in his six-famous shrines, popularly known as Arupadai-veedu.He prays to Lo..

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Kandar Alankaaram

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Arunagirinathar has weaved a beautiful garland to adore Lord Muruga He weaved not a garland of flowers (Poomalai) but a garland of songs (Paamalai) by way of Kandhar Alangkaram. Each word appeared like a selectively chosen flower to adore God. Kandhar Alangkaram consisting of 102 verses, is a marvelous creation of poetry that portrays the magnific..

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Kandar Anuboothi(Tamil)(Pocket)

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Kandar Anubhuthi is a collection of songs sung by the great Tamil Saint Arunagirinathar when his soul was encapsulated in a parrot's body. The collections of songs were sung during the period 1400 1500 AD. There are 51 songs including the Kappu (Requesting Lord Ganesha to give the blessing to sing a complete collection of song ). Each song is dedic..

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Kandar Sashti Kavacham

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Kavacha means coat of mails. Just as it protects a warrior in the battlefield from the weapons of his adversaries, so does chanting of the Kaavacha grant protection to the devotee. In Kanda Shashti Kavacam, the author, Devaraya Swamigal, prays to Lord Muruga to shower His grace. It is certain that by regular chanting of this kavacam all the predica..

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Kandar Shashti Kavacham (Malayalam)

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Kavacha means coat of mails. Just as it protects a warrior in the battlefield from the weapons of his adversaries, so does chanting of the Kaavacha grant protection to the devotee. In Kanda Shashti Kavacam, the author, Devaraya Swamigal, prays to Lord Muruga to shower His grace. It is certain that by regular chanting of this kavacam all the predica..

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Kandar Shashti Kavacham (Telugu)

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Kavacha means coat of mails. Just as it protects a warrior in the battlefield from the weapons of his adversaries, so does chanting of the Kaavacha grant protection to the devotee. In Kanda Shashti Kavacam, the author, Devaraya Swamigal, prays to Lord Muruga to shower His grace. It is certain that by regular chanting of this kavacam all the predica..

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Kandar Shashti Kavacham / Skanda Guru Kavacham

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Lord Muruga also known as Lord Karthikeya is a son of Lord Shiva The Tamil language which is among the oldest languages spoken in the world consists of many ancient hymns in praise of deities and Skanda Sashti Kavasam occupies a popular stature among them though it was composed in the 19th century In Kanda Sashti Kavasam the author prays toLord Mur..

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Kandha Kottam Dheiva Manimalai

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Ramalinga Adigalar, Enlightened within, composed songs invoking the Grace of Muruga, like Kandar Sarana Pathu, Shanmugar Kalaipattu and Deiva Mani Malai etc. During his daily visits to Kanda Kottam, Muruga temple and looking at the shrine of Muruga at Kanda Kottam, Ramalingar felt intensely emotional and poured out his devotion in the form of ‘Deiv..

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Kandhar Anubhoothi (Mini)

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Kandar Anubhuthi is a collection of songs sung by the great Tamil Saint Arunagirinathar when his soul was encapsulated in a parrot's body. The collections of songs were sung during the period 1400 1500 AD. There are 51 songs including the Kappu (Requesting Lord Ganesha to give the blessing to sing a complete collection of song ). Each song is dedic..

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Kandhar Sashti Kavacham-Uraiyudan

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Kavacha means coat of mails. Just as it protects a warrior in the battlefield from the weapons of his adversaries, so does chanting of the Kaavacha grant protection to the devotee. In Kanda Shashti Kavacam, the author, Devaraya Swamigal, prays to Lord Muruga to shower His grace. It is certain that by regular chanting of this kavacam all the predica..

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Kandhar Shashti Kavacham

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Kavacha means coat of mails. Just as it protects a warrior in the battlefield from the weapons of his adversaries, so does chanting of the Kaavacha grant protection to the devotee. In Kanda Shashti Kavacam, the author, Devaraya Swamigal, prays to Lord Muruga to shower His grace. It is certain that by regular chanting of this kavacam all the predica..

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Kavadi Paattu (Tamil)

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God has proven in many instances that He is a slave to the devotional music. A condition our mind and heart while singing songs typically fuse . A Kavadi is a variety of folk song wherein there is no strict musicological grammar. It is sung by the devotees carrying Kavadi, a type of shoulder sling in honour ofLord Muruga...

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Shanmuga Kavacham

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Shanmuga Kavasam is a powerful hymn of 30 verses composed by Paamban Swami in 1891 for the benefit of Lord Murugan's devotees to protect them from illness of worldly existence. It also seeks the Lords protection from physical and mental ailments...

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Skanda Guru Kavacham

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Skanda Guru Kavacham is a hymn composed by Sri. Shantananda Swamigal. This is a hymn filled with devotion to invoke the true Guru (God) within us in the form of Lord Muruga. It seeks to beseech the Lord's grace to understand the true nature of Self. Lord Skanda himself becomes the Guru and shows the path of unity of Self and God...

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Sri Kanda Puranam

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Kanda Puranam is the Tamizh version of the Skanda Purana. It was written by Kachiappa Sivāchāryar of Kumarakottam in Kanchi. According to the account of Kachiappa, each day he would write his inspired account of the career of Lord Murugan or Skanda, and in the evening deposit his day's work in the mūlasthāam of Lord Subrahmanya at Kumara Kottam. Ea..

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