pasyann atmani tusyati
"Mind withdrawn from materials and involved on atman. Repeated practice of yoga, mind sees the atman and gets total enjoyment."
After withdrawing his mind from all worldly matters, he directs mind on atman and enjoys it. This can be considered as purushartam. What we desire has to be in agreement with shastras. In other words just because we desire a thing it can not become purushartam, unless it is legal and is bound by decency and will uplift our character. Yatra = where, uparamate = involved, [the answer for this will be in sloka 23 only], cittam = mind or thoughts, niruddham = removed from all senses like smell, taste, etc. Yoga sevaya = by constant practice of yoga, atmana = by mind, atmanam= self or soul, pasyann = viewed, atmani tusyati = enjoys and is satisfied with atman. All these days the person starting to practice yoga, was enjoying the material objects; but once he practices yoga, he finds the pleasure multifold and wants to continue and prolong. He finds all the various sense pleasures are all available with atman.
THANJAI MAMANI KOIL
Three temples together are considered a divya desam. All three temples are located close to each other. The temples are Thanjai Maamani Koil, Manikundram, Thanjaiali Nagar. The Utsavar's naamam in all three temples is Sriman Narayanan.
Thanjai Maamani Koil
The Moolavar is Neelamega Perumal seen in seated posture facing east.
Thaayaar - Sengamalavalli
Theertham - Amrutha Theertham
The Moolavar is Manikundra Perumal seen in seated posture facing east.
Thaayaar - Ambujavalli
Theertham - Srirama Theertham
The Moolavar is Narasimhan seen in seated posture facing east.
Thaayaar - Thanjai Nayagi
Theertham - Surya Pushkarini, Srirama Theertham
Thirumangaialwar - 953, 1090, 1576
Boodathalwar - 2251
Nammalwar - 3139
Total of 5 Paasurams.