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Grindmill songs of Maharashtra — Song #50701 by Kadam Kasharati

Village: कामथी - Kamathi


B:VI-2.11aiii (B06-02-11a03) - Paṅḍharpur pilgrimage / Viṭṭhal and Rukhmini / Māher of Rukhmini / Marriage of Viṭṭhal Rukhmini

Cross-references:B:VI-2.19b (B06-02-19b) - Paṅḍharpur pilgrimage / The city of Paṅḍharpur / Description
B:III-2.2f (B03-02-02f) - Kṛśṇa cycle / Fond and Pride / Kṛṣṇa marriage
A:II-5.3biii (A02-05-03b03) - Labour / Grinding / God’s company / Together with other gods, holy places
[82] id = 50701
कदम कुशावरती - Kadam Kasharati
विठ्ठलाची हाळद सांगुनी परटीनीला येग हाळद लावायाला
विठ्ठलाची हाळद सांगुनी धाडीते नरहारी सोनाराला मनी डोरल रुखमीनीला
viṭhṭhalācī hāḷada sāṅgunī paraṭīnīlā yēga hāḷada lāvāyālā
viṭhṭhalācī hāḷada sāṅgunī dhāḍītē narahārī sōnārālā manī ḍōrala rukhamīnīlā
I tell the washerwoman, come for Vitthal*’s halad*
I also ask Narahari, the goldsmith to come for halad*
And bring Mangalsutra* for Rukhmin*
▷  Of_Vitthal (हाळद)(सांगुनी)(परटीनीला)(येग)(हाळद)(लावायाला)
▷  Of_Vitthal (हाळद)(सांगुनी)(धाडीते)(नरहारी)(सोनाराला)(मनी)(डोरल)(रुखमीनीला)
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VitthalVithoba, also known as Vi(t)thal(a) and Panduranga, is a Hindu god predominantly worshipped in the Indian states of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. He is generally considered a manifestation of the god Vishnu or his avatar, Krishna.
haladTurmeric. Also application of turmeric, Haladi ceremony, forms a part of the rites of marriage which generally take place a day before the wedding
MangalsutraA necklace of black beads given to the wife by her husband as a mark of marriage alliance which she always wears around her neck and which is removed only in case she becomes a widow. This is often called ‘dorala’ in the ovis.
Rukhmin(Rukhmini) is the principal wife and queen of the God Krishna, the prince of Dwaraka. Krishna heroically kidnapped her and eloped with her to prevent an unwanted marriage at her request and saved her from evil Shishupala.

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