We have the Naalaayira Divyaprabhandham in Tamil, a composition of 4000 verses from 12 Alwars. Among them, Nammalwar is considered as "One who gave the vedas in Tamil" through 1352 verses of the 4000. Is there a side by side compilation of the vedic verses and their prabhandham equivalents?
Where can I find the side by side compilation of the vedic verses and their tamil counterparts from Nalayira Divya Prabhandham?
1Great question. The Nalayira Divya Prabandham has very deep Tattvas, and it is called Dravida Veda. The idea here is that it is in harmony with the teachings of Vedanta. I don't know of any such mapping work which maps Tamil verses to Upanishadic verses. Vedanta Desika Acharya has written a great number of Sanskrit and Tamil works which touch on Upanishads as well as the Prabandham.– subash rajaaNov 22, 2018 at 12:39
Yes, I know. I have heard Velukkudi Krishnan swami talk about such instances of tamil prabhandhams exactly stating vedic verses in many of his upanyasams. Unfortunately, I can neither remember in which ones nor have I recorded those since I hear them mostly on the move. I was hoping someone has actually recorded such instances personally or know some book that does it.– AmbiNov 22, 2018 at 14:46
I dont think its verse by verse Vedas in Tamil but based on vedic knowledge– Rakesh JoshiNov 22, 2018 at 23:32
@RakeshJoshi Oh I didn't mean that every verse from the vedas had its Tamil prabhandham. Whatever is there, I was seeing if someone had the quick lookup type of reference.– AmbiNov 23, 2018 at 1:29