Text title: Arunachala Pancharatnam with Varttika % File name % Send corrections to: [email protected] % % This text is. 20 अष्टोबर् O ocean of ambrosia, the overflowing fullness of grace! O Arunachala, supreme spirit, by [whose] series of rays the solid form of the universe is. Both the text and the commentary being in Sanskrit, this significant work has verses famed as Arunachala Pancharatnam sung in Samskrit speech through the .
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In reality you are in Arunachala! Philosophy is a subject which is dull and incomprehensible. Then the Maharshi pointedly asked me what was in my mind at that pancharatbam. On analysis it appears that there were several grades of disciples and his teaching to them was different to each one.
He only tried to help his wife to accept the situation. This continued every day. He gave the paper containing the verses to the Malayalee attendant Palaniswami. The last two verses of Ashtakam were added later. The next morning the same thing happened with another set of words and he composed the second stanza in a similar manner.
May I know where this lead me? Let us see Bhagavan Ramana’s Sanskrit Verse 2. Sundaresa Iyer was a teacher. Inon January 3, when the first Jayanti of Bhagavan was celebrated in Ramanasramam, Nayana composed this verse: Once Bhagavan was engaging himself in collecting the Sanskrit verses written by devotees in praise of him.
To Ramana, Arunachala was his guru. I also have her Tamil Sanskrkt of the same and just now Downloaded Michael James free ebook on the same which is a word by word translation in English based on Sadhu Om’s Translation in Tamil.
Arthur Osborne has rendered them in English and this English rendering has been improved by later devotees like Prof.
I used to spend time there even at odd hours of the day or night. He somehow had a deep desire that he should live the life of a snayasin.
Is it not a vicious circle? I am not writing anything original, but am generously taking the commentary of Lakshman Sarma [WHO] in Sanskrit verses, Tamil commentary of Sri Sadhu Om and certain other explanations given by old devotees.
But I can do it even now. Sri Lakshmana Sarma, WHO, has written one paraphrased verse in Sanskrit and then 29 Sanskrit verses to explain the purport of the second verse. It can be deduced from the words of saints and sages that when a person reaches a stage of total mental silence, the appearance of any thought would be very unwelcome. The aim is to reach the root of the ‘I’ sense. Later Ashtakam, Navamani Malai, Pancharatnam were composed.
Totally eleven verses came in this Padigam. People sing it in a traditional Sankarabharanam tune without much ornamentation. Maharishi explains that external renunciation is meaningless without inner renunciation. Ganapati Muni has stated in the 18th Chapter of his Ramana Gita, the following: Kanakammal, has brought out her own commentary in Tamil, of all these works about years back.
Uday, I am sorry if I had hurt you in any way. It should have been verified by me before postingbecause of my having been out of touch with CM for the past several decades.
Sri Arunachala Pancharatnam – 7
In the case of the great vaggeyakaras, he said self-realization preceded their acts of composition and hence their compositions have “eternal life”.
Pancharatanm came the Arunachala Ashtakam 8 versesNavamanimalai 9 versesall the above in Tamil, and the Arunachala Pancharatnam in Sanskrit 5 versesat the request of Kavyakanta Ganapati Muni.
Nambiar, already a staunch devotee of Bhagavan, had at that time the good fortune of being posted as the District Board Engineer right in Tiruvannamalai itself. To compile and publish all his written works became the final mission that Sri K. I pray to Bhagavan to guide me.
How can a mortal sing your glory? There could have been another aspect also.
Those who are interested in direct, simple commentaries in English may kindly order this book from Sri Ramanasramam. Vasudeva Sastry was at that time teaching me Sanskrit in the Patasala of the Arunachaleshwara Temple. That ended the rolling-stone phase of my life, as I retained this job until my retirement in January of He never encouraged the rituals of Gurudom and Discipleship.