But you can say Raama Navami is an auspicious day or such a puja is an auspicious event. ViSNu was born to aditi, the mother of indra and the other dEva-s, and hence is referred to as the younger brother of indra, hence upEndra. You cannot say Lord Raama is auspicious or Parvati is auspicious. The term auspicious is generally given to events and the time that they are held. It is great religious poetry.
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Going by Shri Dikshitar’s style, he will not venture to refer to a single event or individual repeatedly in one kriti. It means simply that he is the best ramachandram bhavayami of the raghukula.
But your tone sounds patronizing, which is not welcome. No wonder he is extolled as the ultimate among men. Rama is Purushottama hence Naravara and so is Bhagavan!
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Shrimantam is not auspicious. You are handling the bull by the tail, instead of by the horns.
Before attacking, please clarify the intent. Because he never used his power to conquer and possess. You will realise what I said. So ” ramachandram bhavayami tilakam upendram ” really signifies that he is the best known king of the vamsa.
Could you also help me on the meanings of the same? So it means he is close to Shiva. You must also remember that Lord Shiva chants the “Raama taaraka mantram” as a symbol of their oneness and buavayami. Your reaction can be interpreted ramachandram bhavayami from others that it stinks of fanatical, offensive, argumentative nature and tendency for literal translation.
While one can argue how shrImantam can mean ‘giver of prosperity’ [possessor of prosperity actually, but whatever], I would really like to see an ramachandram bhavayami as to how it does not mean auspicious. Hence not wrong to say naageshanutam.
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Rajani thank you so much for such a ramachandram bhavayami explanation and meaning of the song. But you can say Raama Navami is an auspicious day or bhavayamo a puja is an auspicious event.
I don’t know about your proficiency in English. It is not ‘nakeshanutam’but nageshanutam which does not mean Indra at all.
It is not attributed directly to persons. The alliterations and rhymes, the contrasts and comparisons, all are as beautiful as the melody in the Vasantha song. And Rama was born in the spring time or Vasantha most of India has spring bloom at the time of Feb-April, with lovely yellow and marigold and red flowers ramachandram bhavayami, although technically its on the ramachandrwm day of the new year or Chaitra. Upendram does not mean brother of Indra here.
The beauty of this is that it bhwvayami unusual: Nagesha is Lord Shiva. You cannot say Lord Raama is auspicious or Parvati is auspicious. Ravana was killed by Rama. But Rama was uniquely different, as he was not after anything! No need to argue about the meaning ” rich one – possessor hence giver ramachandram bhavayami prosperity”. He dwells within Guruguha and hence is worshipped by Dikshitar through his Ishtadevatha. In this context I am reminded of Osho’s beautiful saying.
It is great religious poetry. The term auspicious is generally ramacbandram to events and the time that they ramachandram bhavayami held. Flat Style by Ian Bradley. ViSNu was born to aditi, the mother of indra and the other dEva-s, and hence is ramachahdram to as the younger brother of indra, hence upEndra.