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PTM 5.22
They will not understand the beauty of the sweet music of the flutes of the cowherds, or the suffering of cows when they hear the bells of the bulls returning home in the evening. (23) 2734 ஆயன்வேய் இன்னிசை
Upon seeing the evening set in, Nāyaki bewails over her powerlessness - (மல்லிகை கமழ்)
When Sri Krishnan comes back home in the evening after tending to the grazing cows, there are days when He plays the flute leading the cowherd whereas there are others when He is seen at the rear end of the
MUT 42
The sapphire-colored Kannan who grazed the cows and played the flute killed the Asuran when it came in
PAT 3.9.9
The potent Lord goes with the cowherds, protecting the cattle and playing on the flute wonderfully. Fly and sing the praise of the bull-like son of the cowherds, Fly and sing His praise who grazed the cows
TVM 6.4.2
3377 Equal unto me, is there a world, as I go into raptures Over the wondrous Lord, playing the flute sweet, leading cows to pasture, Getting locked in sweet embrace of fish-eyed Piṉṉai, whose locks Are
NAT 13.5
Sprinkle the water that comes from the holes of His flute on my face as he plays it walking behind his cows in the grove. ” 631 அழிலும்தொழிலுமுருக்காட்டான் அஞ்சேலென்னானவனொருவன் * தழுவிமுழுகிப்புகுந்தென்னைச்
TVM 6.2.2
Under the spell of Your lotus eyes and bewitching smiles On Your red lips, better go and graze the cows , Playing the flute from behind unto the recipients of Your love Having locks lovely like the spread-out
PAT 3.4.7
Kannan goes behind good cows in a flourishing grove with his divine body shining brightly, his fragrant His beautiful lotus eyes shining, he comes among a group of cowherd children, plays the flute, sings
TVM 9.9.5
my mind is unto me of no avail, ‘Tis evening and the cows are due back home; Should Gopāl’s enchanting flute tempt my heart and steal While His heart turns into a veritable stone?
TVM 9.9.10
evening has arrived but not my Lord; the comely cows mingle With the hefty bulls and their bells do the sweet music of the flute is tantalizing, the bees do gather Honey from the white jasmine and many
PAT 3.4.4
He, my beloved one, lifted the Govardhanā mountain and protected the cows when there was a big storm. Now he plays music on his flute as a cowherd, grazes the calves and comes with his friends.
PT 6.6.7
milk from the breasts of the devil Putanā and killed her, ruled as the king of Dwaraka and played a flute and grazed the cows and made the bangles of the cowherd girls grow loose.
TVM 3.8.3
My hands grope for you, the Celestials’ overlord, The one by my tongue solely lauded, Who, as the cow-herd
TCV 62
stay in Kurungudi where Valai fish leap and make large palm fruits fall into a pond, frightening a cow
TVM 10.1.6
Of our Sire at Tirumōkūr, replete With paddy fields and water sheds, cool and bright, The divine cow-herd
TVT 94
The cows that return home in the evening will call when they come near their stall and the blind cow
PMT 6.9
adorned with a bunch of flowers, and wearing beautiful, bright clothes , You played sweet music on the flute Won't you come and play music on your flute one day to enthrall us?"
PAT 3.6.6
with red eyes and strong shoulders a lion among the gods, who was born to Devaki as a child plays his flute wandering in the sky, Fascinated by the nectar-like music, they say, “He, the highest, is playing the flute
PAT 3.6.8
When Govindan plays the flute holding it in his small fingers, as his beautiful eyes close, his red They bend their heads, listening to the music of the flute and move their ears as if they are dancing
TCV 94
You who are the life in our bodies, our sleep and feelings, the five things given by the cow, the

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Periyāzhvār Thirumozhi
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Thiruppāvai
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Thiruchanda Virutham
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Annan Koil
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