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Gopi has now specialised in the role of Brahma Rakshasa, this being the tenth year of his performance at the Tirukurungudi temple. You are commenting using your Twitter account. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.

Temple, Travel and Sport: Kaisika Puranam in Thirukurungudi

Is there any arrangement for dvAdashI pAraNai? Every night he would set out with his veena and after reaching close to the temple he would offer songs to Perumal to the accompaniment of his veena.

The Kaisika Puranam is also a perfect case study on the values of life and how it is important to keep one’s promise at any cost, including one’s own life. The Rakshasa, now, has changed his mind. Arunodhaya too impressed in the role of Lord Nambi disguised as a Brahmin. Sir, All accommodations have been booked three months in advance. Thousands, many of whom were children, who had gathered at the Kaisika Mandapam waited with excitement to watch Kaisika Natakam.

Nambaduvan rejected this offer, as fulfilling the promise was more important to him than his own life.


The Story of Kaisika Puranam – TIMELESS WISDOM OF THE AGES

This site uses cookies. Clock had ticked to am, but it was not time to leave yet. Equally commendable was the performance of Dr. Nampaduvan, the compassionate, acceded and the Brahmarakshas got release from its terrible body. The Brahmarakshasa let Nampaduvan go. This extraordinary promise moved the Rakshasha and he let him go.

Tradition revisited

His arrogance, as the all knowing, led him to miss a mantra in a Yagna and he was cursed to this current Rakshasha form by the Devas. Through these promises, narrated beautifully in the Kaisika Puranam as part of this lengthy discussion between Nampaduvan and Brahma Rakshasa, one comes to know of the basic values in life.

Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here This is a story of a devotee of Sriman Narayana. The clock had ticked to 2.

The Story Kaisika Puranam revolves round Nampaduvan, belonging to the Baanar family, his unflinching faith in Lord Nambi and how he was instrumental in liberating a Rakshasa from a curse. Just listening to these verses helps the Rakshasa attain Vaikunta Moksham.

Herambanathan all the way from Thanjavur to present this dance drama every year on the Kaisika Ekadesi night. You are commenting using your Facebook account.

Email required Address never made public. Kaisik Sevai The clock had ticked to 2. You got to witness the Kaisika Natakam and Araiyar Sevai in person One night, as he was making his way to the temple, a Brahmma Rakshasha stopped him and wanted him for dinner.


Sumathi Sundar, who played the role of Nampaduvan. Nampaduvan makes 18 promises that night to the Rakshasa. While the entire portrayal was exemplary, it was the last scene – where he pleads with Nampaduvan to relieve him from the curse of his previous birth and to help attain moksham – that brought tears to the eyes of the devotees and won him an ovation. Notify me of new comments via email. I’m so jealous of you Sumathi Sundar, who played the role of Nambaduvan.

As usual, he left with his veena when he was accosted by a Brahmarakshasa named Somasharma who was totally famished. This article is closed for comments. He rather directed Nambaduvan to share the fruits of the entire songs that he had thus far sung in praise of Lord Nambi. But the Brahmarakshas realised that more than satisfying his hunger he should seek release from his body, so he begged for the fruits of his offerings to Sriman Narayana.

Parasara Bhattar, son of KoorathAzhvaan, took the story of a complex Kaisika Puranam in Sanskrit and created the vyakyaanam, in Tamil, in a simple, easily understandable language that was hitherto non existent.