Numerology information Nayanar:

numerologyName Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace


Songs about Nayanar:

songsGnanathal (Tevaram) - Harikambhoji - Adi - Sundara Murthy Nayanar by Mridangam : Neyveli Narayanan Violin : Madurai Balasubramaniam from the Album Chidanandam -Sikkil Gurucharan Live At Chidambaram


Books about Nayanar:

booksSIXTY-THREE NAYANAR SAINTS by Sri Swami Sivananda Saraswati (Jun 14, 2013)

booksTiruvalluvanayanar arulicceyta Tirrukkural = The 'Sacred' Kurral of Tiruvalluva-Nayanar by Tiruvalluvar Tiruvalluvar, G U. 1820-1908 Pope and Costantino Giuseppe Beschi (Aug 30, 2010)

booksThe Sacred Kurral of Tiruvaluva Nayanar by G.U. Pope and G.U. Pope (Aug 1999)

booksNayanar Phalithangal by Shanavas Ponganad (May 3, 2010)

booksSAIVISM: NAYANARS: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Religion by Indira Peterson (2005)

booksThe sacred kurral of Tiruvalluva-nayanar by G.U.Pope (Jul 24, 2013)

booksAcarya Kundakunda's Pancastikaya-Sara (The Building of the Cosmos) Prakrit Text, Sanskrit Caya, English Commentary... by Edited and Translated by Prof A. Chakravarti Nayanar (2001)


Wiki information Nayanar:


The Nayanars, lit. "hounds of Siva", later "teachers of Siva" were a group of 63 saints in the 6th to 8th century who were devoted to the Hindu god Shiva in Tamil Nadu. They, along with the Alvars, influenced the Bhakti movement in Tamil. The names...

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Sundarar or Sundaramurthi, also known affectionately as Tampiran Tōzhan was one of the most prominent among the Nayanars, the Shaiva bhakti poets of Tamil Nadu. He was a contemporary of Cheraman Perumal and Kotpuli Nayanar who also figure in the 63...