ARUNACHALA AKSHARAMANAMALAI PDF

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Throw Thy garland about my shoulders wearing Thyself this one strung by me, Arunachala! How can I leave Thee now, Oh Arunachala?

Oh, Thou art death to me, Arunachala! Didst Thou not call me in? Who can comprehend Thee, Oh Arunachala?

Aksharamanamalai, Verses

When I melted away and entered Thee, my refuge, I found Thee standing naked like the famous Digambara! Beyond speech indeed is this my State, Oh Arunachala! Arunafhala only art reality, Oh Arunachala! Hill of patience, bear with my foolish words, regarding them as hymns of joy or as Thou please, Oh Arunachala! He used to host Muruganar during his visits to Chennai. Say to me ‘Fear not! In my unloving self Thou didst create a passion for Thee, therefore forsake me not, Oh Arunachala!

The eye of the eye art Thou, and without eyes Thou seest, Oh Arunachala!

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Muruganar’s commentary of Arunachala Aksharamanamalai

The five kosas or sheaths are not-self. Those who meditate in their aurnachala on Arunachala will also lose their individuality. Source of happiness 6 photos. Thou hast administered the medicine of confusion to me, so must I be confounded!

Do not belie Thy name, Oh Arunachala! Be not m like a mirror held up to a noseless man, but raise me from my lowness and embrace me, Oh Arunachala! Muruganar quotes verse 9 of Upadesa Undiyar in support of this statement.

One art Thou without a second; who then could dare elude Thee and come in?

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Do not continue to deceive and prove me; disclose instead Thy transcendental self, Oh Arunachala! Thou hast possessed me, unexorcizable spirit!

A devotee who lives near the ashram was fortunate to know Muruganar very closely. Thou dost root out the ego of those who dwell on their spiritual identity with Thee, Oh Arunachala! The suffix to Arunachala indicates abheda bhavana or the contemplation that I am not different from Arunachala.

Shine Thou as grace, the cure of all confusion, Oh Arunachala! Thou hast cut the know which hid the vision of Thy head and foot the limitless Self. Show me the warfare of Thy grace in the open field where there is no coming and going, Oh Arunachala! Unless Thou do so who can intercede akdharamanamalai Grace itself made manifest, Oh Arunachala?

Ordinary remembrance of Arunachala is shown here to be equally effective to Aksharamanamslai. If the second meaning is taken the title means Akshara Mana Malai unites the mind of devotees who sing the hymn knowing its meaning with Arunachala Akshara- the imperishable being of Arunachala or true Being.

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Aid me, Oh Arunachala! Ardra Darsan 7 photos. What didst thou gain then by my worthless self, Oh Arunachala? Let the sea of joy surge, speech and feeling cease, Oh Arunachala! Disclose thy beauty then and hold her bound, Oh Arunachala!

Save me from the cruel snares of fascinating women and honour me with union with Thyself, Oh Arunachala! This joyful Marital Garland of Letters, which resembles a beam of the rays of the rising sun, was sung by the noble sage, Ramana, the ocean of compassion, with the object of removing the delusion of the devotees asharamanamalai sought his grace.

In the book of commentary on Aksharamanamalai by Muruganar it is explained that after publishing the commentary they discovered additional documents in the collection of hand-written manuscripts of Muruganar which had additional commentaries for many of the verses.