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0073.Abhirami Andhadhi Slogan 71 - Poem by rajagopal. h..

To Get stronger mind

Tamil Transliteration

Azhagukku oruvarum ovvaadha valli arumaraighal
Pazhagich chivandha padhaampuyath thaal pani maa madhiyin
Kuzhavith thiru mudik koamala yaamalaik kombirukka
Izhavuttru nindra nenchae yirangaelunakku enn kuraiyae


Disappointment weighing down,
Deplete of initiatives, standing deserted,
Fear not depressed lot! Hey mind!
What is your problem when
Youthful, delicate, beauty bubbling Abhirami
Incomparable lovely form, trampling among the Vedas,
Toiled lotus feet turning red ultimately,
Honourable locks of hair donning the cool crescent
Is ever available as supporting stick extended everywhere?

Simple Meaning

Hey my mind! Why are you so depressed lacking enthusiasm and encouragement? Don’t worry. When Abhirami, who is supported below her feet by Vedas, who is youthful, soft and beautiful with cool crescent on her head, is always there to extend support frxure at any time, you should not have any issues.

Crescent can be waning or waxing at any point of time; this means it is not full at all except one day; to honour that Abhirami wears the same after which whoever worships Her have to salute the poor crescent also;
Beauty is associated with grace, bliss and protection
Lets see something about Iranian Anahita
Aredvi Sura Anahita is the Avestan language name of an Indo-Iranian cosmological figure, venerated as the divinity of 'the Waters and hence associated with fertility, healing and wisdom.
Aredvi Sura Anahita is 'Ardwisur Anahid' or 'Nahid' in Middle- and Modern Persian, 'Anahit' in Armenian.
An iconic shrine cult of Aredvi Sura Anahita together with other shrine cults - 'introduced apparently in the 4th century BCE and lasted until it was suppressed in the wake of an iconoclastic movement under the Sassanids.

Persian name: Anahita, Anahit, Ardvi Sura Anahita, “Immaculate One”
Greek name: Anaitis
Anahita was very popular and is one of the forms of the 'Great Goddess' which appears in many ancient eastern religions (such as the Syrian/Phoenician goddess Anath) . She is associated with rivers and lakes, as the waters of birth. Anahita is sometimes regarded as the consort of Mithra
When Persia conquered Babylonia (in the 6th century BC) , Anahita began to show some similarities with the goddess Ishtar. Since then her cult included also the practice of temple prostitution. During the reign of king Artaxerxes (436-358 BC) many temples were erected in her honor; in Soesa, Ecbatana, and in Babylon
Ardvi Sura Anahita (also Anahita, Anahit, or “Immaculate One”) , whcih means “the humid, strong, immaculate one”, was one of the ruling deities of the Persian Empire. She embodied the physical and metaphroical qualities of water, especially the fertilizing flow of water from the fountain in the stars. She also ruled semen and human fertility. She was viewed as the “Golden Mother” and as a warrior maiden.
Anahita originated in Babylon and spread to Kemet (ancient Egypt) , where She was depicted as an armed and mounted Goddess. The Greeks associated Anahita with either Athena or Aphrodite. In the Middle East, She was associated with Anat. Worship of Anahita spread to Armenia, Persia, and various parts of western Asia. Zoroaster was specifically commanded by his male god to honor Her.
Anahita was often shown wearing a golden kerchief, square gold earrings, and a jeweled diadem, and wrapped in a golde-embroidered cloak adorned with thirty otter skins. Anahita was sometimes depicted as driving a chariot drawn by four white horses, representing wind, rain, clouds, and hail. Anahita was honored with offerings of green branches and white heifers. Ritual prostitution occurred in Her temples in order to “purify the seed of males and the womb and milk of females, ” according to Strabo. Armenians called out to Anahita “Great Lady Anahita, glory and life-giver of our nation, mother of sobriety, and benefactor of humanity.”
This means Mother Abhirami has been showing Her presence at various periods in a similar form with the simple objective of protecting Her children

Khalil Gibran quotes:

The person you consider ignorant and insignificant is the one who came from God, that he might learn bliss from grief and knowledge from gloom.

If we follow bliss doors will open where there were no doors before; Abhirami Bhattar is canvassing the same; it is the nature of babies to be in bliss

Deepak Chopra quotes:

The less you open your heart to others, the more your heart suffers.

Lets open our heart to Abhirami who will heal any wound and elevate us from turmoils.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 3, 2008

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 31, 2009

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