Kanda Shashti Kavacham or Skanda Sashti Kavasam (Tamil: கந்த சஷ்டி கவசம்) is a Hindu devotional song composed in Tamil by Devaraya. 1 Topographic Surface Anatomy. STUDY AIMS. At the end of your study, you should be able to: Identify the key landmarks. Kandar Sashti Kavasam is a song composed by Devaraya Swamigal on Lord Muruga. He seeks Lord Murugan’s grace to protect him against sickness and all.

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Nephew of Vishnu and Lakshmi, who helped the Devas to protect the city of Amarapathi! The Navagrahangal astrological planets will be pleased and confer blessings. Hallowed be Asshti with Valli!

Hallowed be the sharp Vel in His hands! For as long as my tonue can utter your name as long as I am alivemay your golden Vel come with the speed of lightning to protect me! May Vachiravel protect me each day and night, everyday!

Kanda Shasti Kavasam

Protect the thirty-two teeth – O piercing Vel! He whose form is strong and dazzling, praise be to Thee! This page was last edited on 23 Octoberat Valli is but Mother, thus as parents, look upon me as your child, be pleased with kajda and shower me with Your love and blessings!

This is a rare and valuable treasure that helps one to be successful in day-to-day life. O Lord, you with your sweet Vel kavzsam Kadamba and Idumban! Protect the back – O Vel of grace! Muruha, you sever the cords of Samsaric birth! May these flee in fear on sight of me!


Kanda Sashti Kavasam in Tamil – Hindusphere

Dedication to Lord Kumaran, who ended the woes of the Devas, On his lovely feet shall we meditate Throw your merciful glance towards me and may your look destroy all my sins! May I be relieved from the poisons from centipedes, snakes, and scorpions If these deem to bite me!

May He protect me in the early hours of kandaa night, mid hours of the night, and predawn ksnda, During dawn and dusk, protect me, O ever-vigilant Vel! Your beautiful legs and ankletted feet produce a harmonious blend of melodious notes most pleasing to the ear. May Saraswati abide in my speech! Devotees believe that regular chanting of this song causes the predicaments of life to be resolved tami that chanting the full song 36 times a day brings wealth.

The devas rejoiced—they praised the Lord and prayed to him for six days. Reference is made to the different kinds of devils and spirits sashtti as spirits that swallow infants, spirits and devils that follow maidens, the guardians of cemeteries and spirits of the forests.

Kanda Shasti Kavasam – Wikipedia

Tamil contains many ancient hymns in praise of deities. Salutations are offered kaavsam the brave Lord of Saravana Poykai, who is approaching on His vahana, the peacock. O Lord of Thiruvavinangkudi, dweller of the lovely Vel! Protect the shoulders – O sharp Vel! It is certain that by regular chanting of this kavacam all the predicaments of life are resolved.


Truth, knowledge, and mukti will shine. May the ruling Soverign be pleased with me, I who adore thy great name!

He will be blessed with the ‘sixteen wealths’ at all times.

Prosperity and plenty will abound. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Protect me, O Lord, from the attacks of tigers, foxes, wolves, rats, and bears!

I surrender to tajil, Lord Shanmuga! Amarar idar theera amaram purintha Kumaranadi nenjeh kuri. O Lord of the Vel, who is enshrined in brightness, whose holy feet are adorned with the melodious ‘Silambu’ anklets! He who conquered Idumba and Kadamba, praise be to Thee! Lord Skanda, who wears the garland of Kadamba flowers!

And may the Hridaya Kamalam the ten-petalled lotus of the heart; the Jivatma’s abode be protected by the benevolent Vel! Supreme Deity kavxsam Divine Rascal?

Sashti is the day that Lord Muruga defeated the demon Soorapadman. Protect manda two forearms – O strong Vel!

Protect the two nostrils – O good Vel! One half became a peacockwhich he took as his Vahana. Thus, He is also refered to as ‘Lord Saravanabava’. Protect the neck – O sweet Vel!