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We have seen in the earlier posts that the tying of the Mangal sutra or thaali. We also saw the origin of thaali which was worn by kids as a protection from evil. It is a conversation between Sage Pulasthya and his disciple sage Dhaulabhya. The prayer is for increasing 'mangalyam' Mamasthu mangalya vivrudhaye.

It is significant to note that the very first chapter of Silappadhikaram. The author could have named it " ThirumaNa-k-kaadhai" or. When moon is in exaltation in Rohini, that is considered as the most auspicious time.

Silappadhikaram also says that Kovalan —kannagi marriage happened. But a further surprise comes to us in the Purananuru 6. This verse is categorized under the thurai " Kudai Mangalam ". It is one of the sub divisions of a poem as told in the grammar work of Tholkappiyam. From Moon we go to Mars, the planet known as Mangal!!

The Kural states " mangalam enba mania maatchi". Mangalyam also gives protection from the ill effects of planets. Shamam prayanthi dushtani graham peedascha dharuna, Karmarambaascha sidhyanthi punyam aapnothi cha uthamam.

This directs the analysis to the planetary connection to Mangalam,. Post a Comment. Monday, February 23, Maangalya DhaaraNam — part - 4. The meaning of Maangalyam!. We have seen in the earlier posts that the tying of the Mangal sutra or thaali was not prevalent in Vedic marriages and also in ancient Tamil marriages which largely followed Vedic customs only. After having seen what thaali means, let us move on to see what 'Mangal' or Mangalya and sutra mean.

The word Mangal is used both in Sanskrit and Tamil. The meaning also is the same in both the languages. Mangal in Sanskrit means auspicious, amulet, welfare, prosperity, anything fortunate, bliss, happiness, luck auspicious occasion etc. In Tamil also Mangala or Mangalam is used in the same sense. One of the earliest mention of Mangal or Mangalya is found in the Adhithya Hrudhaya sthothra , given by sage Agasthya to Sri Rama in the war front in Lanka.

It is a guarantee of complete prosperity. What this Mangalyam as auspiciousness is capable of doing, is also described. We get to untie the knots of the secrets of this term, as we look at another important, yet ancient sthothra on Mangalyam. It is a sthothra called 'Mangalya sthavam'. That prayer is "Mangalya sthavam".

The prayer is for increasing 'mangalyam' Mamasthu mangalya vivrudhaye by seeking Lord Vishnu's blessings, to protect oneself from all evils and sins The result is that any work started with a prayer for Mangalya- vriddhi, as in Mangalya sthavam is completed without any problem. The Phala-sruthi of this sthothra says that on reciting this at the beginning of any action, the sins that hinder that action are removed.

The action can be fulfilled without hindrances and one will also be blessed with all types of wealth. The similar result is echoed in Adhithya hrudhayam too and wealth includes everything from longevity to prosperity of every kind. Without long life, there is no use in having wealth. That longevity is implied in the blessing of wealth is made out from the very first verse of the prayer of removing evils and opposition of sorts.

Evil is a broad term that includes,diseases, death and enemies. It can noted that the significance of Thaali as in ' aim padai-th-thaali' in Sangam period tied to kids is similar to mangalyam or asking for ever increasing Mangalyam or mangaLam, in that the purpose is to remove evils threatening oneself, removing sins, getting protected, getting longevity and all sorts of prosperity. It is significant to note that the very first chapter of Silappadhikaram is named as " Managala vaazhtthu-k-kaadhai".

This chapter solely deals with KOvalan- Kanngi marriage. The author could have named it " ThirumaNa-k-kaadhai" or " Vaduvai-k-kaadhai" as it is about marriage.

But he chose to call it as "Managala vaazhtthu-k-kaadhai", invoking the significance of Mangalyam! This tallies with the goal of the two sthothras explained above — that of invoking Mangalam at the beginning of any action or event so that the evils and sins can be removed and the action can be done with protection from the Lord.

In the case of Silappadhikaram, this has resulted in the proper completion of the work that has withstood time and also brought immortal fame to the author! The significant factor in this is that the story of Kannagi which starts with her marriage with Kovalan, was deficient in the aspects related to Mangalya! The evils and sins had been there. It is told later in the story how the previous bad karma had been responsible for the end of Kovalan and the plight of Kannagi.

That evil could not be removed. Also the protection to their marriage was not there. Their marriage ran into trouble twice — first when Kovalan went after Madhavi and second, when the marriage ended early and abruptly in Kovalan's death. For such a kind of story on a couple with a dreadful fate, the author Ilango adigaL seems to have deliberately given a name that goes with one of the Mangal things that is meant for the verse-type that he employed for Silappadhikaram.

We find mention of this in Sangam texts. The Kudai mangalam verse from Purananuru is indicative of how Full moon or Moon in its highest splendor is an object of auspiciousness. The moon resembles the Royal umbrella 7 which is a symbol of protection to the subjects as how the Full moon protects the world from heat by absorbing the light rays of the sun and spreading only cool light to the earth.

The verse gives some extra details of the Moon in the sky. It is here we get into another surprise link on mangalyam. This Purananuru verse was sung on a day when the 'Chemmeen' also was in the sky with the Full moon.

Chemmeen means the ' meen of Chevvaai' or the star of Mars, the Mangal planet! There are 3 stars lorded by Mars, namely Mriga sheersha, Chitthra and dhanishta avittam. Generally all the stars of Mars are considered to be inauspicious, particularly with reference to longevity of the spouse and marriage.

The star Chitthra is an exception because it is in this star that the Moon becomes Full in the month of Chitthirai! It is perhaps for this reason, this star is accepted for auspicious functions.

The Puranauru verse says that the Moon is Full, shining in mid sky with the star of Mars that was like a deepam. This verse is categorized under "Kudai mangalam" because this speaks about Mangalam of the King in terms of the Royal Umbrella in the image of the Full moon which is the company of the star of Mars, the Mangal. The Moon and Mars connection in ensuring auspiciousness is to be noted here, which actually was a break through factor that helped me divulge further into these, and eventually landed me in vital clues on why Mangalyam which was a prayer done at the beginning of any work, was further fine-tuned into a sutra — a thread, to be tied on the neck of the bride — which of course was not done in earlier times.

For further authentication, that I am proceeding in the right path, let me quote from Thirukkural. Thiruvalluvar speaks about Mangalam in the context of ' manai maatchi' — the household affairs or with the wife!.

The glory and prosperity attached to the wife is the 'Mangalam'. The additional ornament to it is the birth of good children! But as per tradition and texts, mangal sthothra must be sung or mangalam must prayed for at the beginning of any and every event.

Marriage is considered as an event of Mangalam as it brings all auspiciousness and prosperity to the couple for a life of togetherness. The phala sruti of Mangalya sthavam indicates that Mangalyam also gives protection from the ill effects of planets Shamam prayanthi dushtani graham peedascha dharuna, Karmarambaascha sidhyanthi punyam aapnothi cha uthamam.

This directs the analysis to the planetary connection to Mangalam, the moon and the Mars being Mangal ensuring entities. Based on these let me proceed further in the analysis of Mangal sutra in the next post. No comments:. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom.

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By Sage Pulasthya Translated by P. On being asked about the most suitable prayer to drive away bad dreams and for being able to complete all jobs in a proper fashion by Dhaulabhya, Pulasthya tells him that only a prayer to Lord Vishnu would help him achieve that and he also teaches it to him. This is also recited by devotees before starting any important work [1]. Which is the most proper to be chanted, During the beginning of any job, Or when we are flustered by bad dreams , Or when we see bad things happening? How do we make Jobs begun to end well, Bad effects not happening because of bad dreams, And bad effects seen are properly compensated? Oh great sage,I will show you the way, To drive away bad events and get good results, And this is simply done by the man remembering, The Supreme Being,lord of all beings and teacher of all. Oh twice born who is great, I will, Make you hear that which leads, To good events,ensure al round success, And destroy all bad events completely.

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We have seen in the earlier posts that the tying of the Mangal sutra or thaali. We also saw the origin of thaali which was worn by kids as a protection from evil. It is a conversation between Sage Pulasthya and his disciple sage Dhaulabhya. The prayer is for increasing 'mangalyam' Mamasthu mangalya vivrudhaye.

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