Learn dhivya prabhandham

SrI:  SrImathE SatakOpAya nama:  SrImathE rAmAnujAya nama:  SrImath varavaramunayE nama:

dhivya prabandham is the life line of SrIvasihNavas. It is very important for everyone of us to learn the same under those who have learned the same from elders. Please see full details about dhivya prabandham in http://divyaprabandham.koyil.org .

Due to many of us being located in various cities/towns these days, where one may not have the opportunity to learn directly from a teacher, we are providing opportunity to learn the same via Phone and Internet.

Resources relating to dhivya prabandham

General Recommendations for Participants

  • It is a great fortune for us to be engaged in learning the divine literature of AzhwArs and AchAryas. So, everyone is requested to develop that mood of gratitude towards AzhwArs and AchAryas for the great literature they have left behind especially for us.
  • Though one may be joining through phone or internet, one is requested to be wearing traditional clothes, wearing Urdhva puNdram and be in a clean environment.
  • Please use the resources available (books etc) and be prepared for the class.
  • Traditionally, most teachers would be seated on the floor, along with the students, while conducting the class. It is recommended that those who are learning through internet and phone also follow the same practice as much as possible.
  • Classes will generally be conducted in “Lecture mode” – meaning, only the teacher and the students who are physically present will be audible to everyone and all others joined through phone/internet will be muted while the class is conducted. At the end of the class, one may raise their doubts, questions etc.
  • Please try to be ready and prepared for the class 5 minutes before the start time.
  • Gather like minded devotees and try to learn as a group. This will be very helpful in memorizing the pAsurams quickly.
  • Please recite common thaniyans before the commencement of the class. thaniyans (with audio) are available at http://divyaprabandham.koyil.org/index.php/thaniyans-tamil/ . Same site holds thaniyans in other languages too.
  • The organizer of the classes will send details about cancellations etc ahead of time.
  • Some organizers may choose to upload recordings while others may not be doing so. One may make use of the recordings as a backup, if a class was missed.
  • The purpose of learning dhivya prabandham is to understand the devotional mood of AzhwArs and engage in reciting their pAsurams in the near by sannidhis (temples, mutts etc) and also at our own homes whenever possible. The key is to do all of these as kainkaryam, without any expectation from emperumAn as well as others.
  • Since regular practice makes it possible to remember what is learned, please plan/allocate this time of your day for attending the class regularly every day with full focus.
  • Please let your friends and relatives know about this program so that they would also be benefited.

Ongoing Classes

Teacher: Sarathy Thothathri Swamy
Venue: thirunIrmalai (thirumudivAkkam) – https://www.freeconferencecall.com/wall/koyil_org/
Requirements from Participant side: Good Internet connection (for online meeting) or Phone connection (for phone dial-in, local/STD charges apply)

Please click the following link to register for this class – https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeBAh-zp52yx8gZ2e9gw54JUpa1kJMfhQJBjXUS5IiLfjXgVA/viewform .

dhivya prabandham Timings Days
kOyil thiruvAimozhi 11AM to 11.45AM IST (Indian Standard Time) Daily. Exceptions – amAvAsyai, prathamai, paurNami, prathamai, Saturdays, Sundays, other days when there are local uthsavams.
periyAzhwAr thirumozhi and kaNNinuN chiRuth thAmbu 7.30PM to 8.30PM IST (Indian Standard Time) Daily. Exceptions – amAvAsyai, prathamai, paurNami, prathamai, Sundays, other days when there are local uthsavams.
yathirAja vimSathi 12noon to 1PM IST (Indian Standard Time) Sundays

Full listing of classes, recitals and speeches – https://1drv.ms/f/s!AiNzc-LF3uwygTcI5g9cbpo61V5y


dhivya prabandhams taught: nithyAnusandhAnam and thiruvAimozhi
Teacher: parASara thirumalai bhattar Swamy
Venue: SrIrangam
Timings: 7.30PM to 8.30PM IST (Indian Standard Time)
Days: Daily, Exceptions – amAvAsyai, prathamai,  paurNami, prathamai, other days when there are local uthsavams.
Requirements from Participant side: Good Internet connection (for online meeting) or Phone connection (for phone dial-in, local/STD charges apply)

Please click the following link to register for this class – https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfFkcfito1e1qnqs4t7kj4XlnsDO_BRzI5kvTNvE2AVveZ5Mw/viewform?usp=sf_link


dhivya prabandhams taught:

7AM IST (Indian Standard Time) – mudhalAyiram
8AM IST (Indian Standard Time) – rahasya granthams
11AM IST (Indian Standard Time) – AchArya hrudhayam
11.30AM IST (Indian Standard Time) – thiruvAimozhi
9.30PM IST (Indian Standard Time) – periya thirumozhi

Teacher: vinjimUr vEnkatAchAryar Swamy
Venue: SrIvillipuththUr
Days: Daily, Exceptions – amAvAsyai, prathamai,  paurNami, prathamai,other days when there are  local uthsavams.
Requirements from Participant side: Good Internet connection (for online meeting) or Phone connection (for phone dial-in, local/STD charges apply)

Please contact vinjimUr vEnkatAchAryar Swamy at +91-9443418731 for further details


archived in http://divyaprabandham.koyil.org

pramEyam (goal) – http://koyil.org
pramANam (scriptures) – http://granthams.koyil.org
pramAthA (preceptors) – http://acharyas.koyil.org
SrIvaishNava education/kids portal – http://pillai.koyil.org

7 thoughts on “Learn dhivya prabhandham

  1. srinivasa raghavan S.V.L

    where to get the recorded version? I also want to join but always get the channel is off air.

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  2. Raghav Ramanuja Dasan

    Swami, which of these are going to be in English? I am not a native Tamil speaker.
    Adiyen

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    1. Sarathy Thothathri Post author

      The dhivya prabandhams themselves are in thamizh and the classes will generally be taught in thamizh only with some context explained in English.
      adiyen sarathy ramanuja dasan

      Reply

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