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Stanza #(92) [blue][b] Dhanurdharo Dhanurvedo Dando Damayitaa Dama:!:!

[u] [i] Aparaajita: Sarvasaho Niyanta Niyamo Yama: ||.:. | ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

1)[blue][b][u] Dhanurdhara:. [/u][/b][/blue]


 One Who wields the bow
 His Incarnation as Sree Rama, He drew the great Bow
 Sanchayan says To Dritrastran “there is no other person in this world who can wield Bow Like Sri Krishnan,
Dhanajayan”, & where ever they present the dharma will be saved there..
 [red][u] “Dhanu” [/u][/red] means Bow..

2) [blue][b][u] Dhanurveda: .. [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who the Propounded the science of archery.
 One who has propounded meditation on "OM" as the sure means of Self realization.
3) [blue][b][u] Danda: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who punishes the wicked.
 One who is the source of restraint for all beings so that they follow dharma.
 One whom no one else controls..
 [red][u] “Danda” [/u][/red] means Punishment...
4) [blue][b][u] Damayita: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is the Subduer of the enemies of His devotees
 [red][u] “Dama”” [/u][/red] means self control.
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]
[blue]Stanza (92)…. {.F. P. P.}…..[/blue]

5) [blue][b][u] A-Dama: . [/u][/b][/blue].


 One Who can’t subdued by anyone.
 One who controls everything.
 One who is the means of control
 [red][u] “Dama:”” [/u][/red] means Control of the senses. The difference in Thirunamam #(4)&(5) is : this ie
the sapdam : (aha).
6) [blue][b][u] Aparajita: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is invincible
 One who’s Powers does not perish or diminish over time..
 [red][u] ” Aparajita:” [/u][/red] means “ one who never been vanquished
7) [blue][b][u] Sarvasaha: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who conquers all His enemies...
 One who forgives the misgivings of everyone
 One who is the supporter of all the other deities.
 [red][u]” Sarvasaha:” [/u][/red] means “sarva+saha:” means “ all + if its “Saha” which means “strength” &
if it’s “Saha :” it means "with".
8) [blue][b][u] Niyanta [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who directs
 One who has no one above Him to direct & control Him(“A-niyanta”)
 [red][u] ” Niyanta” [/u][/red] means “ controller”.
9) [blue][b][u] Niyama: [/u][/b][/blue]
 one Who controls.
 One Who ordains.
 One Who is attained through the yogic path of niyama (and yama)..
 [red][u] ” Niyama” [/u][/red] means “self purification thru’ discipline
 [red][u] ” Niyamam” [/u][/red] means “regulation"
 Also pl refer [red][u] ” slokam # ( 17) [/u][/red] Thirunamam” # (11).. ..

.10) [blue][b][u] yama: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the Controller
 One who has no one to command Him(a-yama:).
 One who is beyond yama or mrityu (a-yama:).
 Also pl refer [red][u] ” slokam # ( 17) [/u][/red]lThirunamam”# (12) ...
..
--- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] TEN ThiruNamam( lord Names)[/blue][/b][/i]
Stanza #(93) [blue][b] Sattvavan Sattvika: Satya: SatyaDharmaParaayana:!!

[u] [i] Abhipraya: Priyarhoarha: Priyakrit PritiVardhana: | ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

1)[blue][b][u] Sattvavan:. [/u][/b][/blue]


 One Who controls the sattva guna that paves the way for liberation
 One who possesses courage, strength
 One Who is determined to bestow blessings on His devotees
 [red][u] “Sattva” [/u][/red] means “inner strength
2) [blue][b][u] Sattvika: .. [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who confers the fruits of sattva guna.
 One who is essentially established in sattva guna.
 [red][u] “Sattva” [/u][/red means “inner strength”
 [red][u] “Guna ” [/u][/red] means “ qualities”
3) [blue][b][u] Satya: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is good in a supreme way..
 One who is established in Truth..
 One Who is Real, and who alone exists( Bhagawan Adi Sankarachar)..
 [red][u] “Satya” [/u][/red] means truth.
4) [blue][b][u] Satya DharmaParayana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is pleased with the true dharma practiced by His devotees.
 One Who is ever devoted to, and established in, Truth and in righteousness.
 One Who provides the support and shows the path for, those who follow the superior path of
dharma.
 One who is the refuge of devotees like yadu, turvasa, who take interest in discharging virtuous
duties.
 [red][u] “Parayana;” [/u][/red] means “so inclined..
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]
[blue]Stanza (93)…. {.F. P. P.}…..[/blue]

5) [blue][b][u] Abhipraya: . [/u][/b][/blue].


 One Who is the object of choice.
 One Who exclusively directs the activities of all others..
 [red][u] “Abhipraya::” means opinion [/u][/red].& [i]is commonly used, as 'aim, purpose, intention,
wish, desire'.[/i].
6) [blue][b][u] Priyarha: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who deserves to be offered our most beloved offerings
 [red][u]” Priyam:” [/u][/red] means “ love..
7) [blue][b][u] Arha: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is to be worshipped by all devotees...
 [red][u] Arha [/red][/u] means deserving.
8) [blue][b][u] Priyakrit [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who does what is wanted by others
9) [blue][b][u] PritiVardhana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 one Who fulfills the love of His devotees.
 One who increases the joy of His devotees.
 [red][u] ” Priti” [/u][/red] means “ satisfaction
 [red][u] ” Vardhana” [/u][/red] means “who prospers "..
--- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] NINE ThiruNamam( lord Names)[/blue][/b][/i]

[/u][/red]Stanza #(94) [blue][b] Vihaya-sagatir Jyoti: Suruchir Hutabhug vibhu:!

[u] [i] RavirVirochana: Soorya: Savita Ravilochana:.| ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

1)[blue][b][u] Vihaya-sagati:. [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who uses Garudan as his vehicle to travel in space.
 One who is the means for attaing Paramapadam.
 One Who travels in the form of the Sun.
 [red][u] “Vihaaya” [/u][/red] means “Giving up.[i] According to Amara kosam this term means
Sky.,Bird &Sri Vaikuntham[/i].
 [red][u] “ Gati” [/u][/red] means Movement
The term Vihaayasa means pertaining to, depending on, the space-aerial. Gatih means one
who moves. Therefore, in its totality, this name describes: “One who travels
in space-having the nature of the Sun, Soorya-Narayana.” –THOUSAND WAYS TO THE
TRANSCENDENTAL. By swami Chinmayananda
2) [blue][b][u] Jyoti: [/u][/b][/blue]
 The light which leads the Bakthas to Srivaikundam
 The Light that is self-luminous
 The Light that illuminates the Sun, the moon.
 [red][u] “Jyoti : ” [/u][/red] means “inner light”
 [red][u] “Jyoti ” [/u][/red] means “light”
3) [blue][b][u] Suruchi: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who has the good desire or good Will to protect the world
 One who has intense attachment to His devotees.
 One whom no one else controls..
 [red][u] “Suruchi” [/u][/red] ( “Su + Ruchi” ).. means Auspicious + taste; flavour:Swami
Chinmayanandaji mentions the meaning as Desire
4) [blue][b][u] Huta-bhug- vibhu: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is is the Bright Fortnight of the Moon-
 Where as Sankarachar treats this as Two names huta bhug + Vibhu
 [red][u] “Huta bhug vibhu”” [/u][/red] means[i] huta = offerings.., bhug =bhuj = eat..,+ Vibhu=
the Supreme Lord[/i]
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]
[blue]Stanza (94)…. {.F. P. P.}…..[/blue]
5) [blue][b][u] Ravi: . [/u][/b][/blue].
 Uttrayana Punya kaalatu Suriyan.
 One who responsible for the ability of all chetanas and achetanas to make sound.
 One who is praised by His devotees.
 [red][u] “Ravi:” [/u][/red] means The sun
6) [blue][b][u] Virochana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who shines in different forms
 One Who shines in the minds of His devotees in various special ways..
7) [blue][b][u] surya: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One because of Whom we get enlightenment...
 One who generates Sri or brilliance in surya or sacred fire.
 The term etymologically means the One Source from which all things have been born or out of
which they have been delivered.
 [red][u]”Surya:” [/u][/red] means That which moves (Panini sutram) & One of the Name to”
Sun”
8) [blue][b][u] Savita [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who produces or brings forth the crops etc., in the form of the Sun
 One Who brings forth everything in the Universe
 [red][u] ” Savita” [/u][/red] One of the other name ofsun”.
9) [blue][b][u] Ravilochana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One whose eyes are that of sun
 [i][red] “compare”... “KAARMENI [U]” CHENGAN KADIR.., “[/u][/RED].MADIYAM POL
MUGATHAAN Andal-Kodai Nachiars Thirupaavai.Paasuram #(1){Chengan= Sivanda kan &
Kadir=Suriyan)[/i]
 [i]Again Kodai Nachiyar in Thirupaavai… Paasuram #(22)[red] “Chengan Chirichiride
emmel..Thingalum Adityanum serdarpol”…[/red][/i]
 [blue]… “Chaksho: Suryo ajayata”…[/blue] Purusha suktham(1-14) from His eyes the Sun has
been formed..
 [red][u] ” Ravilochana” [/u][/red] “Ravi + lochana” means “The sun + eyes”
..
--- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] NINE ThiruNamam( lord Names)[/blue][/b][/i]
Stanza #(95) [blue][b] Ananta Hutbhug Bhoktaa Sukhado Naikado’graja:
[u] [i] Anirvinna: Sadamarshi Lokadhishthanam Adbhuta:. | ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

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1)[blue][b][u] Ananto Hutbhug Bhoktaa. [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is endless, and Who consumes the offerings through fire
 Sri Parasara Bhattar Treats this as a single Thirnamam.
 Swami Chinmayananda Treats this as Three (Ananta +hutabhug+Bhokta) Thirnamam. (Adi sankara bhasyam)
 [red][u] “Ananta +hutabhug+Bhokta” [/u][/red] means [i] “Endless; Offerings made to the sacrificial fire; enjoyer as well as
protector.[/i]

2) [blue][b][u] Sukhada: .. [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who gives bliss to His devotees.
 One who removes happiness from Rakshas.
 One who Removes the tiny pleasures from His devotees so that they can seek the higher bliss
 [red][u]” Sukhada”[/u][/red] “sukh + da” = Happiness + to give
3) [blue][b][u] Naikada: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the giver of Not One thing but many thing.
 If it’s [i]Naikaja[/i] One who is Not only Born once but many Times( To protect Dharma).
 [red][u] “Naikada” [/u][/red] means (Naika + da ) Many Or Naika means (Na+ eka) not one alone . & da means giving...
 [red][u] “Naikaja” [/u][/red] means (Naika + ja ) Many + birth
4) [blue][b][u]Agra-ja: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who manifests in front of the mukta
 One who existed before every thing
 [red][u] “Agra-ja”” [/u][/red] means(Agra + ja.)” first + born”.. But here it means in front …
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]
[blue]Stanza (95)…. {.F. P. P.}…..[/blue]
5) [blue][b][u] Anirvinna:. [/u][/b][/blue].
 One who has nothing to wish for.(he attained evry thing which is attainable).
 One who is never despondent.
 pl see also[blue] Thirunamam # (1) Slokam #(47)[/blue]
 [red][u] “Anirvinna:”” [/u][/red] means Ever fulfill..
6) [blue][b][u] Sadamarshi[/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is ever patient(sada+marshi)
 One who is patient towards the mistakes of good people (sat +A+ marshI).
 One who is extremely impatient with the wicked people (sada + amarshi)..
 [red][u] ” Sadamarshi:” [/u][/red] (can be intrpreted sada+marshi or sat+ a+marshi)“ Sada=ever ;Marshi=patience..Sat
=good;
7) [blue][b][u] Lokadhishthanam [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the supporter of all worlds... .
 [red][u]” Lokadhishthanam” [/u][/red] means “Lok+adhi” means “ world + principal; chief; supreme..
8) [blue][b][u] Adbhuta: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is extremely wonderful..
 One because of Whom grains, food etc. exist (Adyam = grains).
 [red][u] ” Adbhutam” [/u][/red] means “ wonderful”.
..
--- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] Eight ThiruNamam( lord Names)[/blue][/b][/i]
Stanza #(96) [blue][b] Sanat Sanatana-tama: Kapila: Kapiravaya:
[u][i] Svastida; Svastikrit Svasti Svastibhuk Svastidakshina:| ||.[/u] [/blue][/i]

.
1)[blue][b][u] Sanaat [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the Object of enjoyment.
 One who is in the form of Time.
 One who is Eternal, Immutable, and always of the same beautiful Form.
 [red][u] “Sanat” [/u][/red] means [i] Time& {sana means “Ever”-(Amarakosam}).[/i]

2) [blue][b][u] Sanatana-tama:. [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who is the most ancient.
 [red][u]” Sanatanam:”[/u][/red] means Eternal..
3) [blue][b][u] Kapila: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is having beautiful complexion.
 If it’s [i]Naikaja[/i] One who is Not only Born once but many Times( To protect Dharma).
 See also Stanza No (57)[red][u]“Thirunamam” # (2)[/u][/red]
4) [blue][b][u] Kapiravaya: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who enjoys the never-diminishing Bliss
 [red][u] “Kapiravaya:”” [/u][/red] means(Kapi+avaya:=Kam +pi+avyaya:)” kam=sukham & avyaya;= un
diminished.…
 [red][u] [b]“Thirunamam” # (900)[/b] [/u][/red]
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]
[blue]Stanza (96)…. {.F. P. P.}…..[/blue]
5) [blue][b][u] Svastida:. [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the happiness giver...
 [red][u] “Svastida:”” [/u][/red] (da + svasti) means Giver + Auspiciousness
6) [blue][b][u] Svastikrit [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is the Doer of good to the devotees
 [red][u] ” Svastikrit:” [/u][/red] ~ +krit = krit means ..one who do (the man who did- dictionary)
7) [blue][b][u]Svasti [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is auspicious..... .
 [red][u]Svasti” [/u][/red] means “auspiciousness”..
8) [blue][b][u] Svastibhuk [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the Protector of all that is auspicious
 One who is the Enjoyer of Bliss
 One who makes His Devoees to enjoy bliss.
 [red][u] ” Svastibhuk” [/u][/red] svasti +Bhuk=Bhuj means “to protect, /eat/consume/enjoy, to rule, to govern.”.
9) [blue][b][u] Svastidakshina: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who Gives auspicious things as dakshina to his devotes..... .
 One who reaches His Devotees quickly& efficiently.( Sankara paadam)
 [red][u] Svastidakshina:” [/u][/red] Dakshina means “gift as well as one who is quick & efficient.”.
--- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] Nine ThiruNamam( lord Names)[/blue][/b][/i]
Stanza #(97) [blue][b] Araudra: Kundalee Chakree VikramYoorjitashasana:
[u][i] Shabdaatiga: Shabdasaha: Shisira: Sharvareekara: | ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

1)[blue][b][u] Araudra: [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who is not driven to anger easily..
 One who is gentle,agrreble & cool by nature
 [red][u] “ARAUDRA”[/u][/red] Means Opposite of Raudra. & “Raudra”means [i] one who causes others to shed tear' [/i]
2) [blue][b][u] Kundalee [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is bedecked with beautiful ear-rings
 One who is in the form of Sheha (Serpent)-,.
 [red][u]” Kundali”[/u][/red] means Serpent & Kundalam Means Ear ornament..
3) [blue][b][u] Chakree [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is having the Disk Sudharshana ready to Be Discharged On Evil minds..
 Chakarathazhwar.
 One who has unlimited army at his disposal
 Compare Thiupaavai paasuram #4[red][u]“Azhi Mahai Kanna”[/u][/red]
 [red][u]Chakree[/u][/red] means sudharsharnam & Army.
4) [blue][b][u] Vikrami [/u][/b][/blue]
 One with the characteristic stride in his Trivikrama Avataram.
 See also[blue] slokam #(9) Thirunamam (2)[/blue]
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]
[blue]Stanza (97)…. {.F. P. P.}…..[/blue]

5) [blue][b][u] oorjitashasana:. [/u][/b][/blue]


 One whose commands can’t be disobeyed,
 [red][u] “Oorjita shasana”[/u][/red] =Oorjitam + Shasana + Glorious = government or Discipline.

6) [blue][b][u] Shabdaatiga: [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who is beyond words or speech.
 He who transcends all words”-One who is Indescribable. The Vedas themselves are but indications ‘pointing to Truth’ and are not
explaining, describing or even defining Truth( 1000WAYS TO THE TRANSCENDENTAL)
 [red][u] Shabdam”[/red] means .. words
7) [blue][b][u] Shabdasaha: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who shoulders the burden of the words of distress
 One who allows Him- self to be invoked by the Vedic declarations..... .
 [red][u]Shabdasaha” [/u][/red] means “~ + with”..
8) [blue][b][u] Shisira: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who rushed to render help
 One who is the cool resting place for the Tortured souls.
 [red][u] ” shisiram” [/u][/red] means “winter also
9) [blue][b][u] Sharvareekara: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who had the destructive weapons in His hands.
 One Who is in the form of the cool rays of the moon in the nights.
 One Who causes destruction of his devotees enemies....... .
 [red][u] Sharvarikara: [/u][/red] Sharvari + kara means “Sharvari means Night also+ karam means hands Or one who carry out.”.
--- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] Nine ThiruNamam( lord Names)[/blue][/b][/i]

Stanza #(98) [blue][b] Akrura: Pesalo Daksho Dakshina: Kshaminaam Vara:


[u][i] Vidvattamo Veetabhaya: PunyaSravanaKeertana: | ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

1)[blue][b][u] Akrura: [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who was not cruel (gajendra moksham)..
 [red][u] “Akrura:”[/u][/red] Akrura means opposite of Krura & krura means cruel
2) [blue][b][u] Pesala [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is charming.
 One who is supremely soft..
3) [blue][b][u] Daksha: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is quick in action. The smart..
 One Who removes evil elements very quickly
 One Who is deft in His creation, sustenance and destruction
 We already seen this Thirunamam[red][u]“stanza #(45)” Thirunamam #(8)[/u][/red]
 [red][u] Daksha: [/u][/red] means to grow or act quickly.
4) [blue][b][u] Dakshina: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is pleasing and amiable.
 One who pervades every where...
 One Who is very liberal, charitable, and kind.
-- [Red][u] Dakshina:[/red][/u] means “gift as well as one who is quick & efficient.
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]
[blue]Stanza (98)…. {.F. P. P.}…..[/blue]

5) [blue][b][u]Kshaminaam Vara:. [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who Bears all the Burden to protect his devotees….
 [red][u] “Kshaminaam Vara:”[/u][/red] =Kshama means patience .

6) [blue][b][u] Vidvattama: [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who is the knower of all knowledge..
 One who knows every thing which is to be known…
 [red][u] Vidvattama:”[/red] vidvat means knowledgeble.
7) [blue][b][u] Veetabhaya:: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is the dispeller of his devotees fear
 One who is devoid of fear.
 [red][u] Veetabhaya:” [/u][/red] Bhayam means “ fear”.
8) [blue][b][u] PunyaSravanaKeertana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 Devotees can be purified by Chanting & listening to His Thirunama .
 [red][u] ” Punya + Sravana + Keertana: [/u][/red] means “Purify + listen+ chanting

--- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] Eight ThiruNamam( lord Names)[/blue][/b][/i]

Stanza #(99) [blue][b] Uttarano Dushkrtiha Punyo Du:SvapnaNasana:


[u][i] Viraha Rakshana: Santo Jivana: Paryavasthita: ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

1)[blue][b][u] Uttarana: [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who lifts us up
 One who lifts us out of the ocean-of-change
 Our all Azhwar Pasurams implies that HEs lifting us from this world of Death& Birth-[u]eg.Angu Appode avan
[Blue]UYYA THONDRIYA SINGA.[/u].[/blue] UYYVITAL means upliftment..
 [red][u] “Uttarana”[/u][/red] “Taran” Means swimming or crossing over
2) [blue][b][u] Dushkrtiha [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who Destroys the sins of those who surrender to him
 One who is the slayer of Evil doers.
 [red][u]” Dushkrtiha”[/u][/red] means Bad actions ..
3) [blue][b][u] Punya: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is the purifier & excellent in performing pious activities..
 See also [red][u]“slokam # (73) thirunamam # (9)”[/u][/red]
 [red][u] Punya:[/u][/red] means purify
4) [blue][b][u] Du:SvapnaNasana:[/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the destroyer of Bad dreams .
[blue] Du:SvapnaNasana: [/blue] means Bad + dreams + destroy
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]
[blue]Stanza (99)…. {.F. P. P.}…..[/blue]

5) [blue][b][u] Viraha [/u][/b][/blue]


- One who is da Slayer of the strong demons.
- One who is the Destroyer ofϖ those who indulge in vain arguments and distract
others from meditating onϖ Him.
- Also pl see[red]stanzas # (18)/(79)Thirunamam #(4)/(5) [/red]
6) [blue][b][u] Rakshana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the saviour
 One who is the Protector of the Universe.” ( 1000WAYS TO THE TRANSCENDENTAL)
 [red][u] Rakshana:”[/red] means Protection.
7) [blue][b][u] Santa: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who exists for His devotees.
 One who bestows the desired benefits on His devotees.
 One who manifests Himself in the form of holy men.
 One who is present everywhere and permeates everything...... .
 [red][u] Santa:[/u][/red] “sant”(in Hindi) means sadhu/rishi. So santa is Rishis/Sadhus.”..
8) [blue][b][u] Jivana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is the life giver
 [red][u] Jivana: [/u][/red] Jivanam means “life.
9) [blue][b][u] Paryavasthita: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who stand beside (us.always)
--- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] Nine ThiruNamam( lord Names)[/blue][/b][/i]

Stanza #(100) [blue][b] Anantaroopo(s)Anantasreer Jitamanyur Bhayaapaha:


[u][i] Chaturasro Gabhiratma Vidisho Vyaadisho Disha: ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

1)[blue][b][u] Anantaroopa: [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who is of infinite forms.(Para, vyuha, vibhava,archa & antaryami forms)..
 [red][u] “Anantaroop”[/u][/red] “Ananta +roopa” Means “infinite + forms”
2) [blue][b][u] Anantasree: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who has infinite wealth / glory
 One who has unending & infinite wealth (Sri Mushnam Andavan swami vyakyanam).
 [red][u]” Anantasree:”[/u][/red] Ananta + sree means ~ +glory/wealth etc....
3) [blue][b][u] Jitamanyu: [/u][/b][/blue]
o One Who has conquered his anger..
o Compare almost equal Thirunamam Jitakroda: [red][u]“slokam # (49) # (8)”[/u][/red]
 [b] [blue]Manyu[/blue][/b] is the state where one feels anger at the mental level,
Without any externally visible expression.
 [b] [blue] Kopam [/blue] [/b] is the state when the anger is visible through
facial indications such as reddish eyes etc..
 [b] [blue] Krodham [/blue] [/b] is the state when this feeling finds expression,
through harsh words, banging on things, and other actions indicating
the state of anger
 Bhagavanhas all these states of anger under full control, and 'becomes'
angry only when needed,
 [red][u] Jitamanyu:[/u][/red] Jita + manyu: means. Conquer + distress/anger.
4) [blue][b][u] Bhayaapaha:[/u][/b][/blue]
 One who destroyes the fear in the mind of His devotees.
[blue] Bhayaapaha: [/blue] “Baya; + Apahan” means Fear + to destroy
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]

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5) [blue][b][u] Chaturasra: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is skilled in all aspects.
 One who is fair to everybody
 One who is worshipped by the knowledgeable people
 [red] Chaturasra:[/red] chatur + asra meaning Four cornered. Also “Chatur in hindi means clever or skilled
6) [blue][b][u] Gabhiratma: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who nature is too deep & profound
 One who, in his real Nature, is too deep to be fathomed by the frail instrument of our mind.” ( 1000WAYS TO THE
TRANSCENDENTAL)
 [red][u] Gabhiratma:”[/red] gabhira=gambhira means Deep.
7) [blue][b][u] Vidisa: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One One Whose nature, forms, and qualities are spread out in all directions.
 One Who can be reached from all directions.
 One who bestows all benefits on His devotees.. .
8) [blue][b][u] Vyaadisa: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who appoints the different gods in their respective positions.
 One who bestows different benefits on devotees based on their karmas.
 [red][u] Vyadis [/u][/red] means to distribute, to divide among, to appoint
9) [blue][b][u] Disha:: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who commands.
 [red] Disha[/red] All the above three terms havethe word [b] “ Dis” [/b]which means direction, order, command,
bestowing, etc
--- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] Nine ThiruNamam( lord Names)[/blue][/b][/i]

Stanza #(101) [blue][b] Anadir Bhurbhuvo Lakshmi: Suveero Ruchiraangada:


[u][i] Janano Janajanmaadir Bheemo Bheemaparaakrama: ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

1)[blue][b][u] Anadi: [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who is No Beginning
 One who Does not give himself to Non-devotees(Sri Mushnam Andavan swami vyakyanam)
 [red][u] “Anadi”[/u][/red] “Adi” Means “Begining”
2) [blue][b][u] Bhurbhuva: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who Exists without any other support
 One who is the support for those who follow Bakhti/Prappatti yoga (Sri Mushnam Andavan swami
vyakyanam).
 One who is the support which supports all.
 [red][u]” Bhurbhuva:”[/u][/red] Bhu means support so this word means support of the support....
3) [blue][b][u] Lakshmi: [/u][/b][/blue]
o One Who alone is the wealth for his Devotees..
 [red][u] Lakshmi:[/u][/red] means. Wealth / splendour.
4) [blue][b][u] Suveera:[/u][/b][/blue]
 One who posses great valor.
 One who has highly Desirable Vira: is suveera(Sri Mushnam Andavan swami vyakyanam)
 We’ve already read this thirunamam [red][u]“ “Vira: in stanza #(43)/(70)” Thirunamam #(7)/(8)[/u][/red]
[blue] Suveera: [/blue] “Su+Vira” means auspicious/glorious etc+ valiant
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]

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5) [blue][b][u] Ruchiraangada: [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who gives a beautiful body to those who are devoted(Krishnavataram-Madurapuri-Hunch-back women.)
 One who is adorned with beautiful shoulder ornaments.
6) [blue][b][u] Janana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the creator
 One who creates everything else, but Who Himself is not born.
 [red][u] Janana:”[/red] jan means to born.
7) [blue][b][u] Janajanmaadi: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the root cause of all beings.
 One who is the ultimate goal of all beings. .
8) [blue][b][u] Bheema: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is frightful to those who do not follow dharma.
 This name is derived from the sanskrit verb bhi to fear
 We’ve already read this thirunamam [red][u] in stanza #(39)” Thirunamam #(3)[/u][/red]
9) [blue][b][u] Bheemaparaakrama: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One whose prowess is irresistible and fearful to his enemies.
--- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] Nine ThiruNamam( lord Names)[/blue][/b][/i]

Stanza #(102) [blue][b] Aadhaaranilayo-Dhaata Pushpahaasa: Prajaagara:


[u][i] Oordhvaga: Satpathaachaara: Praanada: Pranava: Pana: ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

1)[blue][b][u] Aadhaaranilaya: [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who is the Abode of those who support the world through their righteous actions.
 [red][u] Thirunamam #(950)[/u][/red]
2) [blue][b][u] Dhaata [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who Exists without any other support
 One Who supports and sustains
 One Who has no support other than Himself
 Pl also refer [red][u]” Stanza #(5)Thirunamam # (7):”[/u][/red]
3) [blue][b][u] Pushpahaasa: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who like a bloom of a flower...
 His devotees, having HIS divine Feet at their head is like having the soft flower in their head. His Lotus Feet
are soft to touch just as the flowers are soft to touch.
4) [blue][b][u] Prajaagara: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is ever awake for the protection of the devotees.
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]

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5) [blue][b][u] Oordhvaga: [/u][/b][/blue]


 One Who is above everyone else in all respects
 One Who possesses auspicious qualities that cannot be excelled".-SriMushnam Andavan swami
 One who leads His devotees to the highest goal of the
jIvas The SriVaikuntham
.6) [blue][b][u] Satpathaachaara: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who leads His devotees in the right path.
 One who follows the path of Dharma in His incarnations.
7) [blue][b][u] Praanada: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the life giver,as well as life remover.
 . Pl also refer [red]” Stanza #(8),/(35),/(44)Thirunamam # (2),/(4),/(4):”[/red]
8) [blue][b][u] Pranava: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who guides the devotees to surrender at HIS lotus feet.
 Pranava refers to the mantra represented by the three letters – a, u, and m –Aum" or "OM". This syllable,
which is considered a mantra that is the essence-of all Vedas, is considered as a manifestation of
bhagavan Himself in sound -form.
 Pl go thru’ Swami Desikan’s[u] “THIRUMANDIRA CHURUKKU” [/u]– for complete Meaning of Pranavam
9) [blue][b][u] Pana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who trades His role as Master with His devotees, and becomes
Subservient to them.
 One who accepts offerings as the Antaryami of the different Devas, and
stows benefits.
 One who bestows benefits according to karma.
.--- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] Nine ThiruNamam[/blue][/b][/i]

Stanza #(103) [blue][b] Pramaanam Prananilaya: Praanadhrit Praanajeevana:


[u][i] Tattvam Tattvavidekaatma Janmamrityujaraatiga: ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

1)[blue][b][u] Pramaanam: [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who is the authority.
 Its repeated already[red][u] slokam #(46) Thirunamam #(4)[/u][/red](” Pramaanam”Means Proof.)
2) [blue][b][u] Prananilaya: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the Abode for all.
3) [blue][b][u] Praanadhrit: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who sustains all ..
4) [blue][b][u] Praanajeevana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who Nourishes all..
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]

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5) [blue][b][u] Tattvam [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the Essence.
6) [blue][b][u] Tattvavit [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who knows the truth about the tattva..
7) [blue][b][u] Ekaatmaa [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the unique& superior soul..
8) [blue][b][u] Janmamrityujaraatiga: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is beyond birth death & old age..
 [red][u] Atiga:”[/red] means who is beyond.
-- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] Eight ThiruNamam[/blue][/b][/i]

Stanza #(104) [blue][b] Bhurbhuva: Svastaru:Taara: Savita Prapitamaha:


[u][i] Yajno YajnapatirYajva Yajnaango Yajnavaahna: ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]
1)[blue][b][u] Bhurbhuva: Svastaru: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the supporting tree for the occupants of all three worlds
 [red] Bhurbhuva: Svastaru[/red][b] Bhu[/b] means earth., [b]Bhuva[/b] means space in btwn.,
[b]sva [/b]means swarga lokam.,[b]Taru[/b] means tree
2) [blue][b][u] Taara: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the ferry to cross samsara saharam( ocean of this world.).
 See also [red][u]“slokam # (37) thirunamam # (3)”[/u][/red]
3) [blue][b][u] Savita [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who produces or brings forth the crops etc., in the form of the Sun
 One Who brings forth everything in the Universe.
 See also [red][u]“slokam # (94) thirunamam # (8)”[/u][/red]
4) [blue][b][u] Prapitamaha: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who Is the great grand father to all..
 See the related term [red][u]“slokam # (8) thirunamam # (4)” Jyestah” [/u][/red] which means HE is
da older than oldest..
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]

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5) [blue][b][u] Yajna[/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the Sacrifice.
 See also [red][u]“slokam # (48) thirunamam # (1)”[/u][/red]
6) [blue][b][u] Yajnapati [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is da lord of the sacrifice.(yagam)..
7) [blue][b][u] Yajva [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who perform the Yagam(sacrifice)..
8) [blue][b][u] Yajnaanga: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is attained by the yagam.
 One Who has the divya avyyas that are worthy of worship.
 One Who makes it possible for us to attain the different means needed for a
sacrifice;
 one Who receives the offerings of a sacrifice;
9) [blue][b][u] Yajnavahna: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who helps the others complete their sacrifices
-- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] Nine ThiruNamam[/blue][/b][/i]
Stanza #(105) [blue][b] Yajnabhrid Yajnakrid Yajnee Yajnabhug Yajnasaadhana:
[u][i] Yajnaantakrid Yajnaguhyam Annam Annaada eva cha. ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

1)[blue][b][u] Yajnabhrid [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who brings about the completion of the Yajnam.
 One who helps us conclude successfully all our good, dedicated,
-selfless acts of service to others.(swami ChinmayannadaG)
2) [blue][b][u] Yajnakrid [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the creator of Yajnam.
 One Who created the sacrifices at the beginning, or Who destroys them at the end of the universe
3) [blue][b][u] Yajnee [/u][/b][/blue]
 One for the purpose of attaining Him the YAJNA takes place.
4) [blue][b][u] Yajnabhug [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who Is the protector of the yajnam
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]

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5) [blue][b][u] Yajnasaadhana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is accessory for the Yagjanm.
 One who can B attained by means (thru’) yajnam.
6) [blue][b][u] Yajnaantakrid [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who brings about the successful conclusion of the yajna, or
 One Who gives the fruits of the yajnam. .
7) [blue][b][u] Yajnaguhyam [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the secret of the sacrifice
8) [blue][b][u] Annam [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the object of enjoyment..
 One Who has Himself become the sense- objects which are the
' food' consumed by the sense-organs"..(swami ChinmayannadaG)
9) [blue][b][u] Annaada [/u][/b][/blue]
o One Who enjoys those who enjoy HIM.
o The particle [b]”eva” [/b]is used to show that the entire universe of becoming enjoyer
-and enjoyed, is traceable to the Lord.
o The adjunct [b]cha[/b] is used to indicate that all names ultimately indicate a single
Superior person.
o The word [b]cha[/b] is used to show that all the names given in the text can be applied to
the one ParamAtman= (Sri Sankarachar.)
-- In this stanza there are [blue][b][i] Nine ThiruNamam[/blue][/b][/i]
Stanza #(106) [blue][b] Aatmayoni:Svayamjaato Vaikhana: Samagaayana:
[u][i] DevakiNnandana: Srashtaa Kshittsa: Papanasana:. ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

1)[blue][b][u] Aatma yoni: [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who mixes with His devotees very easily.
 One who is himself the ‘material cause’ for himself.
2) [blue][b][u] Svayam-jaata: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who is self-born..
 One Who is self-born, or is not created by anyone else is svayam-jata:
Sri Sankarachar’s had explained the previous name (Atma-yoni :) as signifying that
Bhagavan is the Material cause of the Universe.
He continues this thread in the current name, and explains the name Svayam- jAta: as signifying that
bhagavan is also the Instrumental cause. The terms 'Material cause' and 'Instrumental cause' can be briefly
explained by reference to the making of a pot by a potter, using the mud, the wheel, the water etc. In this
example, the mud is the material cause. The instrumental cause is the pot maker.. Sri Sankarachar’s
interpretation for the previous and the current names are that bhagavan is both the Instrumental Cause and
the Material Cause in the process of creation.
3) [blue][b][u] Vaikhana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who uproots the evils of the world.
 One who dug through the earth
4) [blue][b][u] Samagaayana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One before Whom the sama ganams are sung
 One who signs the Saama Ganams
 One who is the final resort for those who sing the sama Ganas.
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]
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5) [blue][b][u] Devaki Nandana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who Born as a son of Devaki – source of Joy to HIS Devotees.
 Sri Bhattar's interpretation for the name is that through this name, Bhishma is clarifying to yudhisthira that the
names that have been revealed all along are not about some Deity who is beyond reach, but they describe
none other than Devaki Nandana who is seated just next to him.
6) [blue][b][u] Srashtaa [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the creator.
 We’ve already read this thirunamam [red][u] in stanza #(63)” Thirunamam #(3)[/u][/red].( Srashtaa. One
who is the creator of all things.)
7) [blue][b][u] Kshittsa: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the Lord of the Earth.
8) [blue][b][u] : Papanasana: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is the Destroyer of sin..
-- In this stanza there are [blue][b] Eight ThiruNamam[/blue][/b]
Stanza #(107) [blue][b] Sankhabhirn Nandakee Chakree SaarngaDhanvaa Gadaadhara:
[u][i] RathaangapaanirAkshobhya: Sarvapraharanaayudha: ||.[/u]:.[/blue][/i]

This is the last slokam B4 Phalastruti Begins ,where in Bhishmacharya start praising Baghawans Mighty weapons.we
can also reda about his powerful weapons in Panchayuda shostram.

1)[blue][b][u] Sankhabhirt [/u][/b][/blue]


 One who Holds the Conch(Panchajanyam).
 One who Nourishes the Conch..
 [red][u]” Sankhabhirt”[/u][/red] Sankha + bhirt means Conch + to hold/support.....
 The sound of HIS Divine coch gives Elation to His devotees & Fear to Nastigas.
2) [blue][b][u] Nandakee [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who posses the divine sword Nandaki
 [red][u]” Nandakam”[/u][/red] means that which brings bliss
.
3) [blue][b][u] Chakree [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who has the chakra, the Discus..
 We’ve already read this thirunamam [red][u] in stanza #(97)” Thirunamam #(3)[/u][/red]
 One who is having the Disk Sudharshana ready to Be Discharged On Evil minds..
 Chakarathazhwar.
 One who has unlimited army at his disposal
 Compare Thiupaavai paasuram #4[red][u]“Azhi Mahai Kanna”[/u][/red]
 [red][u]Chakree[/u][/red] means sudharsharnam & Army.

4) [blue][b][u] SaarngaDhanvaa [/u][/b][/blue]


 One Who has the Saarngam the divine Bow..
 Again Compare Thiupaavai paasuram #4[red][u]“Azhi Mahai Kanna”[/u][/red]
 Aazhi Pol Minni Valamburi pol Nindradirndu Thazhade [b]Saarngam[/b] Uduita saara mazhai Pol..
……[b][blue]……contd……….[/blue][/b]
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5) [blue][b][u] Gadaadhara: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who Has the Divine Mace-Kaumodaki.
 This Mace is described as representing the intellect in man (Buddhi-Tattva)..
6) [blue][b][u] Rathaangapaani [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who has the ‘wheel of the chariot’.
Pl remember an incident in the Mahabharata Yuddham. Where Bhagavan Jumped from the Chariot & rushed
towards Bhishma during the Mahabharata war with the wheel of the chariot in His hand, just to make the promise of
His devotee Bhishma come true, even when it involved breaking His own promise not to take to weapons during the
war
7) [blue][b][u] Akshobhya: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One who is Unshakable.
 We’ve already read this thirunamam [red][u] in stanza #(86)” Thirunamam #(2)[/u][/red]
 One who is unshaken by desire
 One who is ever unruffled {.Bhagavan in the Geeta says that such a one will be Akshobhya like the ocean:
“He attains Peace into whom all desires enter as waters enter the ocean, which filled from all sides, remains
unmoved; )
8) [blue][b][u] : Sarvapraharanaayudha: [/u][/b][/blue]
 One Who has all weapons that act against evil..
 [red][u]” Sarvapraharanaayudha”[/u][/red] means Sarva + Praharanaayudha means all+ 'striking,
beating, attacking, hurting' etc against evil
 Thirunamam [b][red][u] 1000 Thirunamam [b][/u][/red]
-- In this stanza there are [blue][b] Eight ThiruNamam[/blue][/b]