In every issue, he gave detailed meaning for one Thiruppugazh song and Kandar Anubhuti and Alamgaram. It was only Lord Shiva who created from his third eye a baby who has come to be known as Muruga. While describing the divinity of music, Saint Tiruvallur first spoke about the flute instrument and then about the instrumental music. There was none to equal him in giving discourse with the right mix of devotion, knowledge and humour. Variyar used to say that it was Muruga who first played the flute instrument by cutting the branches from the tree while residing in the Kurinji region.
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Tiru Muruga Kripānanda Vāriyār
Similarly, there are certain characteristic qualities for God also. Variyar had the quality of keeping his audience absorbed in his discourse and rarely anyone got up in the midst of his discourse. He used to observe austerity and abstinence on every Monday, beginning from the month of Karthigai and continued the practice on every succeeding Monday for five times.
Man is endowed with the power of discrimination. Thus almost all fields of human activity have been defined in Thol Kappiyam.
No, because God is beyond birth and death. On seeing the young Kripanandar, the organizers wondered how Mallaya Dasar, having agreed to come and give the discourse, has deputed his young boy in his place.
When he was 21 years old, his father took Variyaar to the Navaratri festival held at Mysore. Invitations came to him from different places and temples to perform devotional discourse.
He has identified himself with Lord Muruga so deeply that it is difficult to think of one without the other. What are those qualities? We humans have kripanandaa kinds of actions; sitting, lying down, standing and walking.
He was endowed with good memory power and he recalled events from Purana with remarkable ease.
Kandhan Karunai - Kripananda Variyar - Tamil Devotional
Wherever there are Muruga temples, Variyar went there varoyar worshipped Muruga and rendered whatever service he could. As the audience attention was turned towards them, Variyar said: Variyar used to say that it was Muruga who first played the flute instrument by cutting the branches from the tree while residing in the Kurinji region. The loss of Variyar Swamigal was a great loss to the world of devotees.
But though Variyar Swamigal has disappeared physically, he is present everywhere in Tamil Nadu in the form of various books on Thiruppugazh he has written. But Variyar nourished a special fascination for Vayalur Muruga and whenever he started his discourse, he began by worshipping the Lord of Vayalur.
There is no birth or death for Lord Siva. He was the embodiment of devotion. Variyar was eighteen at that time and in keeping with his age, the kripanqnda he delivered was so simple and clear that even the illiterates could understand it.
There are four regions, Kurinji, Mullai, Marutham, Neydhal. Thol Kappier has defined the earth and the hill in great details.
Tiru Muruga Kripananda Variyar
Variyar held Tamil language in high esteem, unparalleled in its beauty. Later, one of the disciples of Agasthyar, Bariyar Kappiyar, scripted Tamil literature which is now known as Thol Kappiyam. People came from far and near in large number just to listen to his discourse and experience his grace. While describing the divinity of music, Saint Tiruvallur first spoke about the flute instrument and then about the instrumental music.
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He evinced great interest in music and even done some research on it. Variyar had a special love and affection towards children. Mallaya Dasar, who was well versed in the art of music and devotional discourse, named this child as Kripananda Vari.
There was none to equal him in giving discourse with the right mix of devotion, knowledge and humour. People from all walks of life used to turn up to the venue to listen to his scholarly speech. He composed certain hard and complex poems and songs like Ashta Naga Bhandam, hymns on Vel lance and Mayil peacock which even learned pundits could not easily comprehend.
In the true spirit of his name Kripananda Vari immersed all his audiences with his shower of devotional music and elevated them to a high state of bliss. Tiruppukal in the cult of Murukan Tiruppugazh: