AKSHARA MANA MALAI PDF

Collected Works of Ramana Maharshi. Tarunārunamani kiranāvalinihar, taruma ksharamana mahizhmālai. Terunādiyatiru vadiyār terumaral, teliyap paravudal. THIS IS MURUGANAR’S DETAILED and highly literary commentary on Aksharamanamalai, the verse poem that Sri Ramana Maharshi composed around. Arunachala Aksharamanamalai – Tamil – Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.

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How can I leave Thee now, Oh Arunachala? Make me partaker of Thy grace! I was caught in the trap of Thy grace!

Shine Thou as grace, the cure of all confusion, Oh Arunachala! Significance of Akshzra unrivalled – unsurpassed! How is it that Thou hast become famous from Thy constant union with malak poor and humble, Oh Arunachala? Unite with me to destroy our seperate identities as Thou and me, and bless me with the state of ever vibrant joy, Oh Arunachala! Treasure of benign and holy Grace found without seeking, steady my wandering mind, Oh Arunachala!

Akshara-mana-mālai

Let the sea of joy surge, speech and feeling cease, Oh Arunachala! This is only Thy jugglery, Oh Arunachala! Show me the warfare of Thy grace in the open field where there is no coming and going, Ajshara Arunachala! Grant me the essence of the Vedas, which shine in the Vedantasone without a second, Oh Arunachala!

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Arunachala Aksharamanamalai : David Godman

Thou hast removed the blindness of ignorance with the unguent of Thy grace, and made me truly Thine, Oh Arunachala! What hope is left for me, Oh Arunachala?

Sellinam – the most popular Tamil input app on mobile devices! Sweet fruit within my hands, let me a,shara mad with ecstasy, drunk with the bliss of Thy essence, Oh Arunachala! Hill of patience, bear with my foolish words, regarding them as hymns of joy or as Thou please, Oh Arunachala!

It is the truth itself! Grant me Thy grace ere the poison of delusion grips me and, rising to my head, kills me, Oh Arunachala! If akshra Thou turn me away, the world will blame Thee, Oh Arunachala!

Aksharamanamalai, Verses

Who can comprehend Thee, Oh Arunachala? One art Thou without a second; who then could dare elude Thee and come in? Didst Thou not call me in? Unattached to the physical frame composed of the five Elements, let me forever repose happy in the sight of Malak splendour, Oh Arunachala!

Say to me ‘Fear not! Throw Thy garland about my shoulders wearing Thyself this one strung by me, Arunachala!

The eye of the eye art Thou, and without eyes Thou seest, Oh Arunachala! On seeking Thy real self with courage, my raft capsized and the waters came over me.

Was it for Thy pleasure or for my sake Thou didst win me? From my home Thou didst entice me, then stealing into my heart didst draw me gently into Thine, such is Thy grace, Oh Arunachala! Aksgara hast cut the know which hid the vision of Thy head and foot the limitless Self. Do not belie Thy name, Oh Arunachala! Blessed be this Marital Garland of Letters!

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What rests for me but the torment of my prarabdha? Beyond speech indeed is Thy prowess resting in the self.

The time spent in learning this hymn is well worth it. What austerities left incomplete in previous births have won me Thy special favour, Oh Arunachala? The meaning of each verse is included so that the prayer behind each verse is clear.

Thou hast possessed me, unexorcizable spirit! What value has this birth without knowledge born of realization? Hard is Thy lot, Oh Arunachala! Have mercy on me, Arunachala! Let us embrace upon the bed of tender flowers, which is the mind, within the room of the body or the ultimate truthOh Arunachala!

Blessed be His devotees! With madness for thee thou hast freed me from madness for the world ; grant me now the cure of all madness, Oh Arunachala!