Soorapathman was killed by Lord Murugan on the Sashti Day i.e. the Sixth day after the new moon in Kanthar Sashti Kavasam is a famous Tamil hymn in praise of Lord Murugan. It is composed Kanda Sashti Kavasam. Singapore: EVS. Kandhar Shashti Kavasam by Sri ThEvarAya SwAmigaL Page 10f7 ~ C8~6lJlJrTllJ 5r6lJrTLl6lr [email protected] Kandha Sasti Kavasam app helps you to sing song with the help of lyrics and get blessings of Lord Muruga. Read more. Reviews. Review Policy. 5 total.

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Protect me, O Lord, from the attacks of tigers, foxes, wolves, rats, and bears! Throw your merciful glance towards me and may your look destroy all my sins! Protect the two hands – O Vel of mercy! Protect the toes and feet – O Vel of grace!

Kanda Sashti Kavasam by Soolamangalam Sisters – Hindu God Songs

As a warrior going to battle puts on armour to protect himself, so Kanda Sasti Kavacam helps one to be safe in day-to-day life. Sashti is the day that Lord Muruga defeated the demon Soorapadman.

Protect the back – O Vel of grace! Kanda Sashti Kavasam was composed in the 19th century. It is certain that kavaasam regular chanting of this kavacam all the predicaments of life are resolved.

O Lord of Thiruthani, Son of Siva!

Your silken sash and girdle encircle your full waist, with a nine-gemmed diadem adorning your silken robes. With dainty ear-rings on your twelve ears, various flower garlands and diadems, pearled ornaments and nine-gemmed chains, You wear the sacred investiture thread across your bejewelled chest and beautiful abdomen.


With the hands that killed Soorapathman, you have graced the twenty-seven Devas by granting them the gift of Divine Honey. O Lord, you with your sweet Szsti destroyed Kadamba and Idumban!

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O Lord kandna the Vel, who is enshrined in brightness, whose holy feet are adorned with the melodious ‘Silambu’ anklets! Supreme Deity or Divine Rascal? May Ida, Puriggala, and Sushumna nerve currents be protected by the victorious Vel!

He will be blessed with the ‘sixteen wealths’ at all times. The author’s name is mentioned twice in the song, first in Line 64 and then in Line Lord Skanda, who wears the garland of Kadamba flowers! The “Kavacham” part follows the grammar of Nilai Mandila Aasiriyappaa. Salutations are offered to the brave Lord of Saravana Poykai, who is approaching on His vahana, the peacock. Protect the organs of reproduction and excretion – O good and beautiful Vel!

I surrender at thy lotus feet! He threw his weapon at him and split Soorapadman into two halves. May Vachiravel protect me each day and night, everyday! Protect the thirty-two teeth – O piercing Vel! Devotees usually narrate the Kanda Sashti Kavacham during this period. And may the Hridaya Kamalam the ten-petalled lotus of the heart; the Jivatma’s abode be protected by the benevolent Vel!


May He protect me in the early hours of the night, mid hours of the night, and predawn hours, During dawn and dusk, protect me, O ever-vigilant Vel! Protect the shoulders – O sharp Vel!

Kanda Shasti Kavasam

When the kavaszm could not tolerate the evil doings of this demon, they approached the younger son of Lord Shiva and Parvati for his assistance.

Wikisource has original text related to this article: The devotee will enjoy every good fortune under the sun. Meditation on the Divine Form O Lord, You are six-faced, with your six bejewelled crowns, your vibhuti-adorned foreheads and long eye-brows, twelve eyes and ruddy lips, you wear various pearled jewels!

Muruha, you sever the kavaaam of Samsaric birth! Truth, knowledge, and mukti will shine. One half became a peacockwhich he took as his Vahana.

May these flee in fear on sight of me! Kaandha the stomach – O ever victorious Vel! O Lord of Thiruchendur, who is adored as Sengalvaraya! Dedication to Lord Kumaran, who ended the woes of the Devas, On his lovely feet shall we meditate

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