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Re: Interpretation

TV.Venkat_at_frco.com
Date: Wed Aug 12 1998 - 06:41:38 PDT

On Date:    8/11/98 11:51 PM Sri Srinivasan wrote :-


Since, we are discussing the greatness of ThiruVaRangan if I am not
mistaken, only Srirangam is known as "Perumal Koil", giving it an edge over
Tirumalai.

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     Actually Srirangam is called "Koil". The Koil in Srivaishnava
     sampradhAyam means only Srirangam.

     "PerumAL Koil" is used to denote Kanchipuram. That's why the line up
     is Koil, Thirumalai, PerumAL Koil.

     adiyEn RAmAnuja dAsan

     T.V.Venkatesh