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Yatiraja Vaibhavam – Slokams 1 to 5

Slokam 1:
srimayadhyamunadeshikadadhigathasrutyantayugmashaya:
tatsandeshcikeersaya niyatadhi: srishailapurnau guru: |
anvisyan anujadvayocitavarau srivenkatadrau hare:
teertha pushpampeetaranyupaharannaste sma sadvrudhdyate ||

The respectable Srisailapurna (Periya Thirumalai Nambi), who acquired from Yamunacharya the purport of the two vedantas, who was of a steady mind in carrying out Yamunacharya’s command and who was in search of suitable grooms for his younger sisters, was living at Thirumalai (Venkatadri Hills) for the prosperity of the good, bringing water, flowers and other offerings to the Lord there.

Slokam 2:
tatrantare madhuramangalavhoothapuryorniyasthiti srutitadangavidau kulinau |
dvavanburunnayanakeshavasomayajinamanvitavabhajatam parinetukamau ||

In the meanwhile, two young men, Kamalanayana and Kesavasomayajin, who were permanently settled in Madhuramangalam and Bhutapuri (Sriperumpudur), were of noble descent and were learned in the Vedas and their auxiliaries, came to him (Srisailapurna) with a view to marry his sisters.

Slokam 3:
srishailapurnasya sameeksha varyau varau viniscatya ca tau prahrusta: |
tatprarthita shankarathanga chimha mantraprado bhunayostayosca ||

Srisailapurna beheld them and felt happy to decide that they were eligible grooms for his sisters; and at their request, he gave them, who bowed to him, the mantra, marking them with the conch and discus, i.e, performing pancha samskaram and giving them mantropadesam.

Slokam 4:
tamagrahedagrajabhoomidevim hrusyanmana: keshavasomayaji |
tam canujatam kamalakshabhatta: sridevikam tau ca tutosa purna: ||

Kesavasomayajin received, with a delighted mind, Bhumadevi, the elder among Srisailapurna’s sisters and Kamalanayana Bhatta received the younger, Sridevi. Srisailapurna became delighted with them.

Slokam 5:
tatasmabharyo nadanugyaya tau svam vasamagamya ciram susheelau |
srisham samaradhya tadiyabhaktau saha priyabhyam muditau tadastam ||

Then those two grooms went, with Srisailapurna’s permission, to their respective natives with their wives and, being of good conduct, worshipped the Consort of Sri and were happy for long with their beloved wives, being devoted to the devotees of the Lord.

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