Sanskrit Manuscripts : Irupattunālāyirappaṭi


Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'> The fourth and final part of the <i>Irupattunālāyirappaṭi</i> of Periyavācāṉpiḷḷai, a commentary on the <i>Tiruvāymoḻi</i> of Nammāḻvār . This text comprises the fourth thousand of the "Four Thousand Divine Compositions" (<i>Nālāyira tivviya pirapantam</i>, commonly referred to also as <i>Divya Prabandham</i>), the anthology of devotional hymns to Tirumāl (i.e. Nārayaṇa or Viṣṇu), composed by the twelve poet saints known as the Āḻvār between the 6th and 10th centuries. Add. 1262 covers the commentary on <i>Tiruvāymoḻi</i> 6.7.1 to 10.10.11, namely up to the end. For the first three parts of the commentary, see Add. 1263, 1264, and 1265. The set of manuscripts, written in the Tamil and Grantha scripts, is undated but looks recent and might go back to the 19th century. </p>

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