Aarumo aaval

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Aarumo aaval

By

Kannan Iyengar

Translated by

P.R.Ramachander

Raga Maand
Talam

Pallavi

Aarumo aaval , aarumuganai neril kandu

Anupallavi

Yeru mayil yeri kundru thorum nindru aadidum,
Perum pugazhum terindum, avan perazhagai parugamal

Charanam

Jnana guru paran deenarkku arul guhan , vanavarum thozhum Ananda vaibhogan,
Kana kidaikkumo kurudar killamal arpudha darisanam karpanai cheydhaal mattum.

English translation

Pallavi

Would our wish be ever satisfied,
By seeing Lord Subrahmanya in person

Anupallavi

Will our wish be ever satisfied by drinking the great beauty,
Of him who rides on a peacock , and dances on all hill tops,
And knowing well his name and fame.

Charanam

Oh the teacher of great wisdom, The Guha who blesses the down trodden,
Oh the Joyous god who is even saluted by the devas,
Would it be possible to see your wonderful form,
Except by the blind , by imagination in the mind’s eye.