Thus ends nampiLLai's introduction to mUnRAm thiruvanthAdhi.
Let us briefly see the thaniyan for mUnRAm thiruvanthAdhi which was composed by kurugai kAvalappan. thaniyans usually reveal the glories of the author of the prabhandham and the prabhandham itself.
sIrArum mAdath thirukkOvalUr adhanuL
காரார் கருமுகிலைக் காணப் புக்கு
ஓராத் திருக்கண்டேன் என்று உரைத்த சீரான் கழலே
உரைக் கண்டாய் நெஞ்சே உகந்து
- para bhakthi - gyAnam - being happy when together with emperumAn and being sad in separation.
- para gyAnam - dharsanam - having the divine vision of bhagavAn's nature, forms, qualities, wealth, etc in ones own mind (internal vision)
- parama bhakthi - prApthi - after enjoying the internal vision, giving up ones own life unable to bear the separation from bhagavAn immediately