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Re: Alwar Stotram
Date: Wed Aug 08 2001 - 11:45:13 PDT

Dear Sri Venkatesh

As far as I know the paasurams that I had mentioned ib my earlier 
email are the ones that parise all the alwars. 

It is possible that you are looking for the Vaazhi thirunaamam and 
Iyal ChaRRu that is recited at the end of the thiruvaaraadhanam. The 
Iyalk ChaaRRu starts with Thiruppallandu followed by some praises for 
certain acharyas and ends with the vazhi thirunammam for either Sri 
Manavaala Maamuni (Thenkalai) or Swami Desikar (for Vadakalai). 

There is AazhwaarkaL Vaazhi Thirunaamam and AachaaryarkaL Vaazhi 
thirunaamam. you can find them at 

You will find these at the bottom of the page. 

(for Thenkalai Iyal ChaaRRu please check the page for Sri Manavaala 
Maamuni from the TOC on the left of the page).

Hope this answers your question.


Venkatesh Elayavalli

--- In bhakti-list@y..., Venkatesh Vankipuram <venkat@u...> wrote:
> Hello Bhagavathas,
> I had earlier posted a query on where to find Alwar
> Stotrams online. I am actually looking for a stotra
> which my father used to recite in India.
> One stanza goes off like 
> "Pallandu Pallandu Palaayirathu Aandu ,
> Pala Kodi Noorayiram "
> and then praises all the alwars. The language is
> flowing, chaste tamil and very beautiful
> I hope some one can help me in locating it online.
> i tried looking at many Sri Vaishnavaite Sites but am
> unable to locate the exact Stotram.
> Thanking you all blessed souls,
> Venkatesh Vankipuram
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