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From: krish (krish_at_ew.lmms.lmco.com)
Date: Wed Feb 12 1997 - 04:47:17 PST

<- Arasan Andru Kolvan Deivam Ninru Kollum  Lakshmi N. Srinivasa>

I think the meaning is that the king acts on the spot (
sometimes without forthought ) and DEVA's judgement stands.
Ninru can be intepreted as permanent, that which is not
questionable. Ofcourse one can interpret ninru, resulting
from inru.
 <It is interesting to note that some of the aabharaNams 
were used by the burglar to adorn the perumaaL in his
private sannidhi.  Perhaps this perumaaL wished to be
decked out in grandeur for some time and caused this
poor chap to steal these ornaments?

Mani
>
It is interesting to note that PERUMAAl wants jewels,
garlands and aradhana!
The PERUMAL who made some bhakthas offer these also
made others steal them. He probably was luckier handling
the stolen jewels!
It is all in one's capcity to intrepret events.
Krishna Praba