Nalayira divya prabandham in tamil script 

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The Divya Prabandham is the Divine collection of 4000 hymns sung by Azhvars who lived in the southern part of India before 8th century A.D.The term azhvar means the one who is "immersed in" and they were immersed in Bhagavath anubavam all the time. It was the scholar-saint Nathamuni who, in the 10th century, retrieved and compiled this divine collection and numerous commentries have been written by various poorvacharyas for this divya prabandham and it is a life time exercise to read and the understand the inner meanings of the bakthi laden pasurams. What is presented here a collection of the entire 4000 verses in roman,tamil and devanagari script. You will require Adobe Acrobat Reader to read these files.This software is a freeware and you can download it easily from their web page at

The version presented here was typed (as text files) in by a small group of volunteers from USA in 1994,and modified by a group of srivaishnavas in bahrain in Feb 2000. Basically all the typos are fixed,compound tamil words are re pharsed and more importanatly we have added pause marks(*) for ease of recitation by listening to the audio recitation of Sri.Sevelimedu swamy.We have then converted the text files to a tamil document.Our sincere thanks to all the bhagavathas who has originally typed the text version and Bahrain devotees who has improved the original version as mentioned above.Hope you will enjoy our collection and do send your comments to Sri.R.Venkat.

    First Thousand (Mudhal Aiyiram)


  1. Periyaazhvaar thirumozhi
  2. First century
  3. Second Century
  4. Third Century
  5. Fourth Century
  6. Fifth Century
  7. Thiruppaavai                                 Multimedia on thiruppavai
  8. Naachhiyaar thirumozhi
  9. PerumaaL thirumozhi
  10. Thirucchanda viruttham
  11. Thirumaalai
  12. ThiruppaLLiyezucchi
  13. Amalanaathipiraan
  14. kaNNi nuN sirutthaambu

  16. Periya thirumozhi
  17. First Century
  18. Second Century
  19. Third Century
  20. Fourth Century
  21. Fifth Century
  22. Sixth Century
  23. Seventh Century
  24. Eighth Century
  25. Ninth Century
  26. Tenth Century
  27. Eleventh Century
  28. Thiru kurun thaaNdagam
  29. Thiru nedun thaaNdagam

  31. Thiruvaaymozhi                Koyil thiruvaymozhi
  32. First Century
  33. Second Century
  34. Third Century
  35. Fourth Century
  36. Fifth Century
  37. Sixth Century
  38. Seventh Century
  39. Eighth Century
  40. Ninth Century
  41. Tenth Century

  42. IYARPA
  43. Mudhal thiruvandhadhi
  44. iraNdaam thiruvanthaathi
  45. Moonram thiruvandhadhi
  46. Naanmugan thiruvandhadhi
  47. Thiruvruththam
  48. Thiruvasiriyam
  49. Peria thiruvandhadhi
  50. thiru ezukooRRirukkai
  51. Siriya thirumadal
  52. Peria thirumadal
  53. Iraamaanusa noorandhadhi 
SaRRumuRai kramam Tamil Document: Sarrumurai1, Sarrumurai2, in bahrain

Other related Poems

The following poems are NOT part of the naalaayira divya prabandham, but they are related to them. Swamy Vedanta Desika's prabandha saram provides the pasuram details, their count and details of the azhvars composed it.The azhvars birth month, thirunakshatram and birth place are beautifully codified by Swamy Desikan.The other prabandham "Thiruvaymozhi noorandhadhi" is composed by Sri Manavala maamuni in praise of Swamy namaazhvaar's Thiruvaymozhi.

SrI Peria vAchchaan pillai's Pasurappadi ramayanam is an brilliant attempt to bring the entire epic of Ramayana from the pasurams of Divya prabandham. He has brilliantly assembled the lines from various divya prabandhams from memory and the poem is so fluent and easy to understand the Ramayana.

  • Sri Vedanta Desika's prabandha saaram
  • Sri ManavaaLa Maamuni's thiruvaaymozhi nURRanthaathi
  • SrI Peria vachchan Pillai's Pasurappadi Ramayanam Tamil Doc

  • A humble attempt to serve Srivaishnava community, by dasan R.Venkat.