ॐ वररङ्गानुकम्पात्त-द्राविडाम्नाय-तत्वनिधिये नमः
Om Vararangaanukampaattha Draavidaamnaaya Tattvanidhiye Namaha
“Salutations to the one who is the storehouse of wisdom of the Dravida Veda got by the grace of Sri Vara ranga.”
Vara Ranga is Tiruvarangath-Araiyar Swamy. ‘Vararanga anukampa’ is the grace of Vararanga. 'anukampaattha' means "got by the grace" - ‘Amnaya’ means Veda. Dravida-amnaya is Dravida Veda. ‘Dravida-amnaya-tattva’ is the wisdom of Dravida Veda. ‘nidhi’ means the Storehouse.
Sri Ramanuja became the storehouse of the wisdom of Dravida Veda after he learnt the essence and the essentials of Nalayira Divya Prabandham at the feet of his Acharya Sri Tiruvarangath-Araiyar Swamy. It is to the credit of Sri Ramanuja that he harmonised the teachings of Dravida Veda with the import of Samskrita Veda. Srivaishnava Acharyas are known as the Ubhayavedanta Pravartaka Acharyas. Blending of Samskrita Veda and Dravida Veda is like bringing the head and the heart together. It was Sri Ramanuja who effected this blend effectively so as to reinforce both.
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