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Topic started by Swaminathan (@ cache1.bnl.gov) on Wed Apr 3 08:41:18 .
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anjilae onru petran anjilae onrai thaavi
anjilae onru aaraga aariyarkkaga eagi
anjilae onru petra ........
anjilae onrai vaithu....

This is a verse from kambaramayanam in praise of Anuman. I have given the parts that I remember right. Anjilae onru refers to one of the five elements - agni, vayu, akasam, water and bhoomi. While it is clear that in anjilae onru petran, it refers to vayu, anjilae onrai thavi refers to water, anjilae onru petra refers to Bhoomi, and anjilae onrai vaithu refers to agni, the second line anjilae onru aaraga should refer to aakasam. But can anyone give the meaning of that line - what is aaraga? Does aaru mean a route? In which case it will be it might mean that Anuman took the route of aakasam (flying) to go to Sri Lanka.

The master page for this project is here: http://www.dhool.com/balaji/kambar/


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