The word "Mallari" may be translated as "wrestling with the Lord" i.e., before the idol is set on the There or the chariot the priests should "wrestle" with him to make him up and sit under the palanquin.
Mallari as musical composition is played on the Nagaswaram, at the beginning of the procession called Purappadu. The music of Mallari, usually played in raga Nata, is said to indicate the commencement of the particular worship in a temple. It is also said that it was Ramaswami Dikshitar who sytematised the Mallari, which is still played at Tiruvarur.
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