He was a great devotee of lord Shiva , also known as Kalahasteeshwara. He referred to his birthplace as part of Pottapi Nadu , named after an earlier Chola kingdom based from Pottapi in Cuddapah in his works. His works are to the praise of the God Shiva. He was known as Pedda Dhurjati Elder in Telugu as there were four other people from the same family line who went by the name of Dhurjati during the same period and after him. Like other contemporaries during Prabandha period, he has taken themes from Puranas and added local stories and myths in his work.
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Post a Comment. Pages All Satakams. May your benignancy and graciousness, shine bright on my heart, like an autumn moonlight.. Your mercy and blessings are enough to blossom the white lotus inside me.. Mahakavi Sri Dhoorjati, in this poem compares pure human heart with a white blossoming and radiating lotus flower. As we surrender ourselves to earthly and material desires, our heart and soul are filled with poison, the potion, made out of the following six ingredients namely, Kama desire , Krodha anger , Lobha greed , Moha delusion , Mada pride , Matsarya envy.
This filling of poison in our heart is analogous to a pale lotus flower losing its radiance to the rain pour from dark clouds amidst thunder and lightning. The antidote is chanting the name of Lord Shiva, His grace and benignancy is like an autumnal moon-glow, which is enough to fade the dark clouds. Once again, the bright moonlight will start shining on the lotus flower, which will continue to grow stronger.
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