Apirāmī Antāti

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An 18th-century Tamil devotional work praising the goddess Apirāmī, viewed as both Pārvatī, the consort of Śiva, and as a deity in her own right. (She is still worshipped in the temple at Tirukkōṭṭiyūr.) It was composed by a brahmin court poet called Cuppiramaṇiya Aiyar, also known as Apirāmapaṭṭar.

Subjects: Hinduism.

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