Pathingams and other hymns in the following YouTube videos have aided evolved souls to further their spiritual progress.
Manikavachaga Swami presented this to us out of sheer compassion composed this. Reciting (or at least listening to) this brings the same punya of praying to all the gods and bowing down to all the creatures of this planet.
Following song was composed/sung at Thillai Nataraja Swami temple in Chidambaram, Tanil Nadu. To offer our prayers and express our devotion with special offerings:
Learning and Understanding Divine Secrets:
This song was sung at Sri Pranava Pura Eswarar temple in Thiru Omampuliyur village near Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu.
To Be Taken Into His Fold:
SundaraMurthy Nayanar was taken into Lord Shiva’s fold/umbrella after stopping Sundarar’s marriage and claiming that Sundarar is Lord Shiva’s servant (all of us are). Lord Shiva’s instructs him to guide more devotees with the following song:
Manicka-vasagar Swamy sang this composition at Uttira-kosa-mangai temple in current day Ramanathapuram District, very close to Rameshwaram. He is requesting that husband of Uttira-Kosa-mangai (Mangala-Natha) take him into his fold without any chance of being dropped from his hold.
To Keep thinking about Him Always:
This song was composed to open the MAIN doors for Shiva devotees at Vedaranya-eshwarar temple current day Vedaranyam, it was called Thiru-Marai-kadu meaning a forest where vedas were sung,
One more song that reminds that we should be thinking about God always:
Spiritual Growth –> Moksha
This was sung in Thirukalar Shiva Temple, Thirukkalar, Tamil Nadu.
Following was composed while he was at Thiruvengadu Swethaaaranyeshwarar temple.
Darshan or Seeing The Lord
Appar swamigal composed the following in Thiruvayyaru after getting Kailasha Darshan:
Sundaramurti Nayanar sang this stanza last before going to Shiva loka on a white elephant:
A promise that all Shiva devotees will get a permanent residence in Shiva Loka after Sundaramoorthy nayanar reaches Kailash abode.
To Become One with Lord Shiva
Thiru-gnana-Sambandar composed this song at Thiru Nallur Perumanam temple, off Kollidam Alakudi Road, in Aachalpuram, Tamil Nadu.
Last updated Feb 25, 2021.