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Monday, October 31, 2011

Deivathin Kural Part#1 Continued……

 

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Sunday, October 30, 2011

Pujya Sri Mahaswamy Divya Charitram Part#105

 

Journey to SriSailam

Srisailam, also called Dakshina Kailasam (Kailash of the south) is considered to be one of the holiest of holy places in our country. Sri Adi Sankara Bhagavatpadal has described the twelve Jyotir lingams in his Dwadasha Linga Stotram. Amongst them, the Jyoti lingam, also called Mallikarjuna is found in Srisailam. The Sthala tree for this pilgrim center is the tree called Arjunam. The Goddess worshipped at Srisailam temple is called Bramarambika. Bramaram refers to a bee. Since Siva has the name of Mallika (Jasmine), we can sense that the Goddess in the form of bee is hovering around the jasmine flower. To reach this pilgrim center in Andhra Pradesh, one has to travel about sixty miles from Kurnool to Pethacharivu, through a road surrounded by forests on both sides. From there, a twelve mile trek up a mountainous road has to be undertaken to reach Srisailam. Every year, on the day of Sivarathri, thousands of people walk through the
path to have darshan of Mallikarjuna. A few people used to go there on Makara Sankaranthi or Ugadhi. Other than the above mentioned holy days, travelers did not travel there that often. However, now roads have been formed for cars or buses to go up the mountains.

When Adi Sankara traveled around India, he went to Srisailam and had darshan of Mallikarjuna Mahalingam and Sri Bramarambika. Proof of his visit can be seen in this slokam from the Shivanandalahari composed by Sri Adi Sankara.

“sandhayaramba vijrumbitham shruthi shirasthaanaantharaadhishtitham
saprema bramaraabhi raamamasakrut sadvaasanaa shobhitham
bhogeendraa bharanam samastha sumanaha pujyam gunaavishkrutam
seve Shree giri mallikarjuna mahaalingam shivaalingitham||”

The meaning of the above shloka is that “One who dances during the holy time of evening (sandhya), one who blossoms like a flower, one who resides in the Upanishads which are the height of Vedas, one who is adorned by Brahmarambika, who is devoted to him, one who wears the snake as an ornament, one who always has Satva guna and is worshiped by the Devas, one who is engulfed by the Ambika and called Shiva, I prostrate to that Mahalingam also called Mallikarjun and residing at Srisailam”. Our Swamigal used to often sing the above shloka in his sweet voice and worship Lord Shiva.

The Devi’s shrine is situated on the outer corridor of the Mallikarjun shrine. The holy water in this place is called ‘Padala Ganga or Krishnaveni’. In order to reach the tank, one has to climb down nine hundred steps and walk two miles. In spite of the distance, devotees trek down to take a dip in the holy waters. Appar, Sundarar and Sambandar, all three Saivite saints have sung songs on the deity of this temple, also called Thiruparuppadam. The legend is that Nandi is in the form of a hill near the temple.

During his stay at Kurnool, Swamigal enquired about the logistics of travel to Srisailam. The residents insisted that the travel can be undertaken only during Sivarathri and other holy days. They suggested that Swamigal could undertake the trip next month, on Sivarathri. However, Swamigal was in a hurry to proceed with his Ganga Yatra and did not want to postpone the Srisailam trip. He consulted others and decided on traveling by boat via the Kurnool – Cuddappa canal. Moreover, he was keen on having darshan of Mallikarjuna when there was no crowd. He took the Chandramouliswarer puja and a few men for help and started on 24-1-1934 to travel via boat from Kurnool. On the 25th, he
was at Pagadibala, on the 26th, at Atmakur, 27th, at Nagalutti and 28th, at Pethasarivu. He stopped at each place for a short time to complete his puja and then left for the next place.

From Pethasarivu, he climbed the hills by foot to reach Shuklaparvatham. From there, the climb was even steeper before he reached Srisailam. On the 29th, he had darshan of Sri Mallikarjuna and Sri Brahmarambika. The temple devasthanam officials were notified earlier of our Swamigal’s visit and had made all the necessary arrangements for his trip at such short notice. Swamigal stayed for a long time before the shrines of Siva and Ambal and sang with ecstasy, the Sivanandalahari and Bramarambika Stotram composed by Sri Adi Sankara. Swamigal went down to Padalaganga the next day as it was the day of the lunar eclipse. The eclipse started 9:30 p.m. on 31-2-1934 and ended at 10:30 p.m. The camp and Sri Chandramouliswarer puja was set up near the banks of the Padalaganga.

The mutt’s workers burned huge oil lamps throughout the night as well as bonfires. This kept the wild animals away and also kept everyone warm. Swamigal climbed up the nine hundred steps the next morning to have darshan of Sri Mallikarjuna again. He also stayed here for one more day and then left for Pethasarivu. The return journey was also undertaken via boat back to Kurnool on 6-2-1934. Swamigal was at Alamburi on 12-2- 1934 for Sivarathri. He took a dip in the holy river Tungabhadra and had darshan of Sri BalaBrahmeswarer before performing the four sessions of Chandramouliswarer puja for the occasion. He traveled to nearby villages upon the residents’ requests and arrived at Hyderabad on the 21st of the month.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Deivathin Kural Part#1 Continued……

 

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Friday, October 28, 2011

Pujya Sri Mahaswamy Divya Charitram Part#104

 

Government Assistance for Swamigal’s Yatra

Every government ruling India, whether they were Muslim rulers, East India Company or the British rulers that followed, have always helped out with the travel of Kanchi Acharyas and have always waived taxes for the mutt. For example, on 18-4- 1792, the officers of the East India Company issued an order to help the then Sri
Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam’s Acharya Swamigal, his entourage of five hundred mutt employees, twenty five bullock carts, twenty horses, five camels, three elephants and ten palanquins. The whole entourage was traveling to Thirupathi, from there to banks of the river Krishna and then to Rameswaram. The government order requested that all necessary help and security for their safe journey be extended to them.

During our Swamigal’s north India yatra, the Madras government had issued (G.O.MS.612 Public Police Department d/26-11-1933) a  request to other state governments as well as independent kingdoms to make all the necessary
arrangements for Swamigal and his staff. In response to their request, the governments
of Hyderabad, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Orissa, Bengal and West India made all the necessary arrangements for Swamigal’s comfortable stay and journey.

Swamigal started from Tanjore in the second week of September1933. Travelling thirty miles every day, he passed through Thiruvannamalai, Aranai, Velur, Chittur, Palamaneru and reached Madanapalli, where he was given a big reception by the residents. He stayed at Chinnathippasamuthram, a village close to Madanapalli, for a month. Then he had darshan of Sri Narasimhamurthy at Kadiri. From there, he left for Kurnool via Dharmapuram, Anandappar, Thone, Dhronachalam. He stayed in Kurnool
for a week. At every place Swamigal stayed, thousands of people from nearby gathered to
have his darshan and to witness the Chandramouliswarer puja.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Deivathin Kural Part#1 Continued……

 

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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Pujya Sri Mahaswamy Divya Charitram Part#103

 

Request from Residents of the Banks of Ganga

In 1932, Swamigal sent Kunnakudi Swaminatha Iyer ahead of him to the places on the way to Kashi, in order to make advance arrangements. Swamigal decided to follow the same route that Ananthakrishna Sharma had taken earlier. The residents near the banks of the river Ganga came to know about the imminent arrival of our Swamigal from Swaminatha Iyer. They were very excited about the visit and got together to draft and send invitations to Swamigal through Swaminatha Iyer. A few of the prominent personalities who were signatories to the invitation were:
Allahabad University Dean Mahamahopadhyay Ganganath Jha
Dharmadhikari Sri Shankara Bandh, Allahabad
Sri Kamalakanth Mishra, Allahabad
Mahant of Sri Viswanatha Temple, Kashi
Administrators of Tarakeswar Mutt, Kashi
Administrators of Pancha Ganaga mutt, Kashi
Administrator of Sringeri Mutt, Kashi
Sri Bhagawananda Mandaleswarer Swamy, Kashi
Sri Swaroopananda Mandaleswarer Swamy, Kashi
Mahamahopadhyay Tharka Choodamani Sri Anand Saran, Principal Pundit,
Bharatha Dharma Mahamandalam, Kashi
Sri Vidyadhara Gowda, Dharma Shastra pundit, Kashi
Sri Kashinath Sinha, Gaya
Sri Govardhana Mishra, Gaya

Kunnakudi Swaminatha Iyer returned back from his yatra on 23-04-1933 to Komal, a village near Kutralam in Tanjore district. Swamigal enquired about arrangements and accommodations on the way to Kashi. Swaminatha Iyer returned to Komal exactly seventy five days before Vyasa puja. Arrangements for Ganga yatra was made immediately after Chaturmasya and Navarathri ended.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Deivathin Kural Part#1 Continued….

 

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Monday, October 24, 2011

படித்ததில் மெய் சிலிர்த்தது

 

  • By Vasan Srini in Sage of Kanchi

    சர்வ தீர்த்தக் கரை. அங்கே பெரியவாகாஷ்ட மௌனத்துல இருந்தார். உடம்பு ஒடிசலாக, ஒல்லியாக இருந்தது. ‘பெரியவா தூத்தம் (தண்ணீர்) கூடக் குடிக்கலை’ என அருகில் இருந்தவர்கள், வருத்தத்துடன் தெரிவித்தனர்.

    அன்றைய தினம், காஞ்சிபுரத்துலதான் இருந்தேன். திடீர்னு ஒரு சேதி… ‘பெரியவா உத்தரவு, உடனே வா’ன்னு தகவல். பறந்தடிச்சுண்டுபெரியவாளைப் பார்க்க ஓடினேன்.

    அன்னிக்குதான், புஷ்பங்களால  மகா பெரியவாளை அலங்கரிக்கிற மாதிரி பாட்டு ஒண்ணு எழுதினேன். அந்தப் பாட்டையும் பெரியவாளோடஅழைப்பையும் மனசுல நினைச்சுண்டே, அங்கே போய் நின்னேன்.

    ‘அவனை உள்ளே கூப்பிடு’ன்னு பெரியவாளோட குரல் நன்னாக் கேட்டுது, எனக்கு. உள்ளே நுழைஞ்சு, காஞ்சி மகானைப் பார்த்ததும் எனக்கு ஆச்சரியம், குழப்பம், வியப்பு, சந்தோஷம், பயம்னு எல்லாம் மாறிமாறி வர்றது. அங்கே… புஷ்பங்களால, பெரியவாளைப் பிரமாதமா அலங்காரம் பண்ணியிருந்தாங்க. அவரோட பீடத்துலேருந்து அவர் சிரசுல இருக்கற கிரீடம் வரை, எல்லாமே பூக்களால அலங்கரிக்கப்பட்டிருந்துது.

    தடால்னு விழுந்து நமஸ்காரம் பண்ணினேன்; கண் லேருந்து ஜலம் அருவியாக் கொட்றது, எனக்கு! ‘இப்போ எனக்குப் பண்ணியிருக்கிற அலங்காரத்தை, நீ எழுதியே வைச்சுட்டியே! மனசுக்குள்ளே எப்பவும் என்னையே பாத்துண்டிருக்கியோ?!’னு கேட்டார்.

    ‘அடியேனுக்குக் காமாட்சியும் பெரியவாளும் ஒண்ணுதான், பெரியவா’ன்னு சொல்லிண்டே, திரும்பவும் நமஸ்காரம் பண்ணினேன்; கரகரன்னு அழுகை அதிகமாயிருந்தது எனக்கு.

    ‘சரி.. என்ன எழுதியிருக்கேனு படி!’ என்று பெரியவா சொல்ல… கண்கள் மூடி, பரவசத்துடன் அந்தப் பாட்டைச் சொன்னேன். அதன் அர்த்தம் இதுதான்…

    ‘எந்த மகானுடைய பாதாரவிந்தங்கள் காமாட்சி அம்பாளின் சரணங்களாக விளங்குகின்றனவோ, எந்த மகானுடைய சரீரம் முழுவதும் ஒரே புஷ்பமயமாக அலங்கரிக்கப்பட்டு விளங்குகிறதோ, எந்த மகானுடைய சிரசில் புஷ்ப மகுடம் சோபித மாக விளங்குகிறதோ, எந்த மகானுடைய ஞானப்பிரதானமான யோக தண்டம் முழுதும் புஷ்பத்தினால் சுழற்றப்பட்டு விளங்குகிறதோ, எந்த மகானுடைய மார்பினில் கதம்ப மலர்களால் ஆன மாலைகளுடன் துளசி, வில்வ மாலைகளும் சர்வோத்திருஷ்டமாக விளங்குகிறதோ, எந்த மகானுடைய பாதாரவிந்தங்கள் புஷ்பமயமான பாதுகைகளின் மேல் வைக்கப்பட்டு ஞானப் பிரதானமாகி விளங்குகிறதோ- அப்படிப்பட்ட காஞ்சி மகா சுவாமிகளின் பாதார விந்தங்களை, அடியேனின் சிரசில் சதா வைத்துக்கொள்வதில் பரமானந்த நிலை அடைகிறேன்!’

    நான் பாட்டைச் சொல்லி முடிச் சதும், குவியலாக இருந்த பூக்களைக் கொஞ்சம் எடுத்துத் தன் சிரசின் மீது தூவிக்கொண்டார், பெரியவா.

    பெரியவாளுக்கும், அவர் எப்போதும் வைத்திருக்கிற தண்டம் முதலானவற்றுக்கும் நான் வர்ணித்திருந்தது போலவே அலங்கரித்திருந்தனர். யாரோ ஒரு பெண்மணியின் நேர்த்திக்கடனாம் இது!

    இப்படியரு மலர் அலங்காரத்தில் பெரியவாள் திருக்காட்சி தந்ததும், அதற்கு முன்னமேயே அப்படியொரு பாடலை அடியேன் எழுதியதும்… ஸ்ரீகாமாட்சியம்மையின் பெருங் கருணையன்றி வேறென்ன?! மகாபெரியவாஎன்னை அழைத்ததும், அங்கே புஷ்ப அலங்காரத்தில் காட்சி தந்ததும் என் பாக்கியம்! வேறென்ன சொல்றது?!” – நெகிழ்ச்சியுடன் சொல்கிறார் காமாட்சி தாசன் சீனிவாசன்.

    நன்றி – சக்தி விகடன்

  • Sunday, October 23, 2011

    Deivathin Kural Part#1 Continued….

     

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    Saturday, October 22, 2011

    அம்பாளின் பல ரூபங்கள்

    Courtesy: mahesh 

    ‘சௌந்தர்ய லஹரி’யின் முதல் ஸ்லோகத்திலேயே அம்பாளுடைய அபாரமான சக்தியை ஆச்சர்யாள் சொல்கிறார். (சிவ:சக்த்யா யுக்தோ) “சக்தியாகிற அம்மா! பரமேஸ்வரான சிவனும் உன்னுடன் சேர்ந்திருந்தால் தான் கார்யம் செய்வதற்கு திறமை உள்ளவராவார். உன்னோடு சேர்ந்திராவிட்டால் அவரால் துளி அசைவதற்கு கூட முடியாது. அதற்கான சாமர்த்தியம், சக்தி அவருக்கு கிடையாது” என்கிறார், தன்னை தவிர வேறு எதுவும் இல்லாததால்,எதையுமே தெரிந்து கொள்ள முடியாமல் இருப்பது ப்ரஹ்மம்.

    இருந்தாலும் லோகத்தில் இத்தனை தினுசான அறிவுகள் வந்து விட்டன. ப்ரஹ்மம் எங்குமாக எல்லாமாக இருப்பதால் அது அசைவதற்கு இடம் ஏது? ஆனாலும், பிரம்மாண்டம் முழுக்க, உலகம், நக்ஷத்திரங்களிளிருந்து தொடங்கி அணுவுக்குள் இருக்கிற electron வரையில் எல்லாம் எப்போது பார்த்தாலும் அசைந்து கொண்டே இருக்கின்றன. நம் மனசோ கேட்கவே வேண்டாம் – எப்போது பார்த்தாலும் அசைவுதான்! இத்தனை அறிவுகளும், அசைவுகளும், எப்படியோ பிரம்மத்தில் வந்து விட்ட மாதிரி இருக்கின்றன!

    அதுதான் மாயா காரியம்; அல்லது பிரம்ம சக்தியின் பிரபாவம்! பிரம்மத்தை சிவன் என்றும், சக்தியை அம்பாள் என்றும் சொல்கிறபோது, இதையே ஆச்சர்யாள், “அம்மா! நீதான் சிவனையும் ஆட்டி வைக்கிறாய், அசைய வைக்கிறாய்!” என்கிறார். இறுதியில் இல்லாமல் போகிற லோகம் அவளால்தான் வந்தது. யாமா – ஏது இல்லையோ, அதுவே – மாயா. நமக்கு மாயையை போக்குகிறவளும் அவள்தான்.

    நாம் பார்க்கிற ரூபமெல்லாம் அவள் செய்ததுதான்.விசேஷமாகச் சில ரூபங்களில் த்யானித்தால் நம் மனசு லயிக்கிறது.எல்ல ரூபத்திற்கும் இடம் தருகிற அகண்ட அரூப ஆகாசமாக இருக்கிரவளே பிராண சக்தியாக, மூச்சு காற்றாய் இருக்கிறாள். அக்னி, ஜலம், பூமி, எல்லாம் அவள் வடிவம்தான்.இதையெல்லாம் அனுபவிக்கிற நம் மனசும் அவள்தான்.

    ‘மனஸ்த்வம்’ என்கிற ஸ்லோகத்தில் ஆச்சர்யாள் இதையெல்லாம் சொல்கிறார். வடக்கே ஹிமாச்சலத்தில் பர்வத ராஜகுமரையாகப் பிறந்தவள் தென்கோடியில் கண்யகுமரியாக நிற்கிறாள். மலையாளத்தில் பகவதியாகவும், கர்நாடகத்தில் சாமுண்டேஸ்வரியாகவும், தமிழ் நாட்டில் தொண்டை மண்டலத்தில் காமட்சியாகவும், சோழ தேசத்தில் அகிலாண்டேஸ்வரியாகவும், பாண்டிய நாட்டில் மீனாட்சியாகவும், ஆந்திர தேசத்தில் ஞானாம்பாளாகவும், மகாராஷ்டிரத்தில் துளஜா பவானியாகவும், குஜாத்தில் அம்பாஜியாகவும், பஞ்சாபில் ஜ்வாலாமுகியாகவும், காஷ்மீரத்தில் க்ஷீர பவானியாகவும், உத்திர பிரதேசதத்தில் விந்த்யவாசினியாகவும், வங்காளத்தில் காளியாகவும், அஸ்ஸாமில் காமாக்யாவாகவும் – இப்படி தேசம் முழுவதும் பல ரூபங்களில் கோயில் கொண்டு எப்போதும் அனுக்கிரகம் பண்ணி வருகிறவள் அவளே!

    Friday, October 21, 2011

    Deivathin Kural Part#1 Continued….

     

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    ªîŒõƒèÀ‹, Üõî£ó ¹¼û˜èÀ‹, ñ裡èÀ‹Ãì Ü‹ð£¬÷ àð£Rˆ¶ ܸ‚Aóè‹ ªðŸP¼‚Aø£˜èœ. ÝFêƒèó ðèõˆð£î˜èÀ‹, è£Oî£ú‹ ÜõÀ¬ìò ܸ‚Aóèˆî£«ô«ò M«êû õ£‚°„ ê‚F ªðŸø£˜èœ. F¼ë£ùê‹ð‰î¼‚°, Üõ÷¶ ró«ñ FšMòŠ ¹ô¬ñ î‰î¶. â™ô£Mî Þèðó ïô¡èÀ‹ î¼Aø Ü‹H¬è, M«êûñ£è õ£‚°õ¡¬ñ¬ò ܼÀAø£œ. ãªùQ™, Üõ«÷ Üþó võÏðñ£ùõœ. ï‹ àìL¡ «ñ™ ê¬î¬ò„ Cø¶ WPM†ì£™ - àœ«÷ ܼõ¼Š¹ˆ î¼Aø õv¶‚è¬÷«ò 𣘂A«ø£‹. ðóñ£ˆñ£ Ü‹ð£÷£è õ¼Aø«ð£¶, îKˆî êgó«ñ è¼í£ ñòñ£ù¶. Ü‹H¬èò£è õ¼‹«ð£¶, ðóñ£ˆñ£ ä‹ðˆªî£¼ Üþóƒè¬÷«ò êgóñ£èˆ îKˆ¶‚ ªè£‡´ õ¼Aø¶. Üîù£™î£¡ «îi àð£úè˜èœ M«êû õ£‚° õ¡¬ñ ªðÁAø£˜èœ. «ô£è‹ º¿õ‹, è£ô‹ º¿õ‹ î£ò£è Þ¼‰¶ ܸ‚Aóè‹ ªêŒAø ðó£ê‚FJ¡ èì£þ‹ âŠð®Šð†ìõ¬ù»‹ ¬èÉ‚A óV‚°‹. ܉î Ü‹H¬è¬ò  Ü¡«ð£´ Fò£ù‹ ªêŒò «õ‡´‹. Üþó ñòñ£ùõ¬÷ õ£‚裙 ¶F‚è «õ‡´‹. Ü‹ñ£M¡ êgóõ£°, ñùŠð£¡¬ñ â™ô£‹ °ö‰¬îèÀ‚°‹ õ¼õ¶«ð£™, Ü‹ð£«÷ ï‹ êgó‹, ñùv â™ô£ñ£J¼‚Aø£œ â¡ø à현C«ò£´ - Üõœ «õÁ  «õÁ Ü™ô â¡ø Ü¡ùò ð£õˆ«î£´ Ü«ðîñ£è Ü‹ð£¬÷ àð£R‚è «õ‡´‹. ÜŠð® àð£Rˆ¶‚ªè£‡«ìJ¼‰î£™, Üõ¬÷Š«ð£ô«õ ‹ Ü¡«ð à¼õñ£A «ô£è‹ º¿õ‹ Ýù‰îˆ¬î‚ ªè£´‚èô£‹.

    Thursday, October 20, 2011

    Pujya Sri Mahaswamy Divya Charitram Part#102

     

    15 Quick Yatra from Tanjore to Kashi

    Swamigal had collected sand from Rameswaram in the year 1932 and had kept it in the puja. There is a religious rule that the sand has to be dissolved in the holy river Ganga at Prayag within twelve years of its collection. In order to comply with this rule, Swamigal decided to go from Tanjore to Prayag as soon as possible.


    Ananthakrishna Sharma
    Sri Swamigal wanted to find out the logistics of traveling to Kashi on foot. He had sent a young twenty year old man named Ananthakrishna Sharma to Kashi by foot, ten years before embarking on his trip. Swamigal had given certain restrictions to this young
    man. He should go to Kashi all the way by foot. He should prepare his own food. He should carry only a few vessels and a few necessary clothing items on his person. He should not receive any gifts or money from anyone. Other than for health purposes, he should not stay in one place for more than a day. He should write down the names and details of the places he went to and people he met every day and post it everyday to the mutt. Arrangements were made to send him replenishments of postcards from the mutt.

    Ananthakrishna Sharma was young, healthy and full of will power and acharya bhakthi. Aside from Tamil, he could speak English as well. He followed Swamigal’s instructions, did not cross the restrictions and reached Kashi in six months. There was interesting information obtained from the post cards that he sent to the mutt daily. He gave the details of distances and traveling conditions between one place and another and the availability of water in each of the places he visited. After overcoming difficulties, he finally reached Kashi and stayed there for a few days. On Swamigal’s request, the mutt’s agent at Kashi bought him a train ticket to travel back to Kumbakonam. By the time he
    returned, he could converse very well in Hindi. He had darshan of Swamigal in a camp and described in detail his travel experiences. Swamigal appreciated his deep devotion to his guru and blessed him. Later Ananthakrishna Sharma got married and worked at the mutt itself.

    Wednesday, October 19, 2011

    Deivathin Kural Part#1 Continued….

     

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    Tuesday, October 18, 2011

    Pujya Sri Mahaswamy Divya Charitram Part#101

     

    Sankara Mutt at Tanjore

    For two hundred and fifty years, Acharyas of Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam had wished to establish a Sankara mutt at Tanjore, in case the need to stay there arises. Their wishes and efforts came true when our Swamigal returned from his Kashi yatra. The prince of Tanjore Prathapa Simha Raja and T.R.Joshi accomplished this goal in a simple manner.

    Both owners of the Mukasa building where Swamigal had stayed earlier, agreed to donate the whole building to the mutt. From that day onward, that building was considered the Sankara mutt. An idol of Adi Sankara has been installed there and daily puja is being performed. Devotees gather there to celebrate religious holidays as well as listen to lectures and musical events. A big picture of our Swamigal was hung there in November, 1946 by T.R.Venkatarama Shastrigal. At this event, he extolled the virtues of our
    Swamigal, saying it was hard to find such great souls in our lifetime. It is indeed our good fortune that we have such a guru, the public should understand the greatness of our Swamigal; following his words would bring goodness to this world. The chief guest at this event was S.Chandrasekara Iyer, Chief Justice, High Court, Chennai.

    Monday, October 17, 2011

    Deivathin Kural Part#1 Continued….

     

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    Sunday, October 16, 2011

    Pujya Sri Mahaswamy Divya Charitram Part#100

     

    Vyasa Puja and Navarathri in Tanjore

    Swamigal visited several places after Parangipettai and accepting the invitation of the citizens of Tanjore, agreed to observe Chaturmasya at Tanjore. He conducted Vyasa puja in the year 1933 at Tanjore as well as the Navarathri puja that came after.

    On Friday, 25th of the lunar month of Ani in the year Sri mukham, on the day of Vyasa Purnima, Swamigal performed Vyasa puja in a big mandap situated in the front of the Tanjore Brahadeeswarar temple. Thousands of people gathered there to witness this puja. He observed the Chaturmasya vratha at Mukasa building situated on the North Street in Tanjore. Every day there was a gathering of scholars and artists in the vidwath sabha and Swamigal blessed and honored those gathered.

    It is to be noted that Swamigal, during the stay at Tanjore, went to a house in Varadappar Iyer street, in order to have the darshan of the Rama idol that was worshipped by the musical genius, Sri Thyagaraja Swamigal.

    Navarathri puja was held in the Co-operative building in the same North Street, Tanjore. The whole building was specially decorated for the sake of the puja. The public came out in thousands everyday to witness Swamigal perform Navarathri puja everyday.

    On the last day of celebrations, Vijayadasami day, a grand procession was arranged to go around the four main streets. Swamigal was seated on an ambari (a throne mounted on the elephant) on an elephant and he was followed by the senior prince Rajaraman and his brother in another elephant. Thousands of people walked with our Swamigal immersed in his glowing figure and majestic sight. Scores had gathered around in the balconies of buildings to catch a glimpse. The gas lights were numerous and so shiny to make the
    night appear as daytime. The procession included elephants, horses, camels, umbrellas, ‘Pavatta’, nadaswaram groups, band groups, vedic chanting, Thevaram chanting and bhajan groups. It was a sight that was never seen before. All along the way, devotees offered purna kumbam to our Swamigal and showed camphor aarati.

    During his stay at Tanjore, people from all walks of life including government officials, lawyers, landlords, businessmen and political leaders participated with enthusiasm in offering their services to our Swamigal.

    Saturday, October 15, 2011

    Deivathin Kural Part#1 Continued….

     

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    Friday, October 14, 2011

    Pujya Sri Mahaswamy Divya Charitram Part#99

     

    Visit to Parangipettai

    Swamigal visited Parangipettai from Chidambaram. There was a Muslim
    gentleman resident here who had many years ago, studied under our Swamigal’s purvashrama father. Swamigal’s father had worked at Parangipettai in the year 1898 and this gentleman had respect and affection for his teacher as well as the teacher’s family.

    This gentleman had the good fortune to have met and associated with our Swamigal in his early years and witnessed his brilliance first hand. The gentleman was a rich businessman and when returning from business trips used to buy toys, dresses and fruits for our Swamigal and his siblings. Swamigal’s purvashrama parents would accept the gift for the affection and love with which it was offered. The gentleman would visit Swamigal during the yatra in various towns in order to have his darshan.

    Swamigal was 48 years old when he visited Parangipettai. The Islamic gentleman totally forgot that he belonged to another religion and was heard to have boasted about his association with Swamigal to friends and relatives. He bought large amounts of fruits and flowers and came to have darshan of Swamigal, who was maintaining silence that day. Swamigal accepted the offering with a gracious smile. The Mohammedan owned salt fields and a few ships and he wanted Swamigal’s lotus feet to come to all his salt fields. Swamigal went behind wherever the gentleman took him in spite of the extreme heat. By the time Swamigal returned back, it was after noon. The Marakkayar prostrated before Swamigal and apologized for the inconvenience he had caused. Everyone gathered learnt from the blessing that Swamigal gave to that Muslim, that God blesses and
    recognizes true bhakthi in one’s heart.

    Thursday, October 13, 2011

    Deivathin Kural Part#1 Continued….

     

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    Wednesday, October 12, 2011

    COW PROTECTION AND MAHA PERIYAVAL

     
    Few years back, a devotee of the kanchi mutt sent a cuban newspaper paper cutting to the Paramacharya about a secret pact agreed between the European countries. Due to excess population of cows, there was a oversupply of milk and all cheese/dairy products which in turn had a cascading price effect. To reverse the tumbling prices, the European countries decided to arrange slaughter of excess cows in each of their countries to arrest the excess production of milk and cheese production.

    Mahaswamigal

    The Paramacharya instructed a very ardent devotee to discuss with the European countries to make them give away those excess cows which in turn can be relocated to various countries in and around India where there is malnutrition. The gigantic effort was undertaken by this devotee who convinced these European countries to give away those excess cows to the kanchi mutt for further transportation by a cargo plane to the various deserving countries as per the Paramacharya's instructions. The ardent devotee doesnt wish to be named but attributes this monumental task completely to the grace of the Paramacharya.

    Tuesday, October 11, 2011

    Pujya Sri Mahaswamy Divya Charitram Part#98

     

    Concept of Nataraja

    Below is the gist of Swamigal’s speech at Chennai on 20-10-1932 on Nataraja’s cosmic dance:

    “Nataraja is another name of Parameswara. Amongst Natan, Vitan and Kayan, Natan is the dancer. The king of all the Natans is Nataraja. It means that nobody can dance better than him. He is also called Mahanatan. In the Tamil language, he is also called “Ambala Koothaduvan”. Nataraja is a very big actor. He is playing the act that we all should have taken upon us. The hair in the Nataraja idol appears to be stretched out.

    These days, when a photo is shot, a snap shot is taken. It is a sudden capture of an object in motion. When Nataraja is dancing fast and stops for a second, his hair is stretched out.

    The sculpture had taken a snap shot of this image and created the idol. He has an udukkai also known as damarugam or dakka in one of his hands. The beat of the damarugam will
    match the beat of the feet. There are three types of instruments – Sarma vadyam (Instruments made with skin), Thanthri vadyam (string instruments) and Vayurendra Vadyam ( instruments with holes). The Sarma vadyam are played using sticks of hands and when the beat stops is the indication for begin of a new cycle (Chappu). The chappu in Nataraja’s damarugam appears when there is a pause in the dance.

    Nataraja is dancing while Sanakar, Patanjali, Vyagrapadhar and other rishis are standing around him. As they were saints, they were able to comprehend the cosmic dance via their Gnana Eyes. There is something called lens in our eyes. Our sight depends on the power of the lens. The older we grow, we are unable to see that clearly and substitute with another lens. Hence, what we see is not the real sight. Sanakadhis witnessed the dance with their real eyes. Vishnu played the mathalam while Brahma put the beat for the music. During the end of the dance, there arose fourteen different sounds
    from the damarugam in line with the fourteen different types of arts. The sounds seemed to be enjoying the Siva swaroopam.

    Nandikeswarer considered the sounds to be Siva Bhakthi Stotram and wrote Bhashyam for them. Amongst those gathered to witness the cosmic dance was Panini who wrote the Panini Vyakaran Suktam starting with ‘A’ and ending with ‘I’. All languages have their alphabets starting with Akaram. ( Middle eastern language has Alif as the first letter, while Greek language has Alpha as the first letter). Both the letters came from the sound ‘al’ and so is the word ‘Alphabet’ start with the letter ‘al’. The basis of the Vyakaranam is the Mahesa Sutrams that came from Parameswara’s damarugam. Patanjali and  yagrapadar are next to Nataraja and their idols can be seen behind Nataraj’s idol. Patanjali wrote Bhashyam for Panini Vyakarana Sutram that was generated from Parameswara’s damarugam.

    Patanjali is also considered to be incarnation of Adi Sesha who also is found under the feet of Parameswara. From this, it can be surmised that Parameswara is the main author of Vyakarana Shastra.”

    On the night of Swamigal’s visit to Chidambaram, he asked the young man who does Vastra Kaingaryam ( washes and maintains Swamigal’s clothes) to come to the Sivaganga Thatagai / tank in the Nataraja temple early next morning before 5 am with his new clothes and without anyone’s knowledge. Swamigal went to the holy tank early in the morning with that young man, took a bath, completed his morning prayers and was there in front of the sanctum sanctorum before the doors were opened. The priest who had the morning duty there turned around and was shocked to see our Swamigal standing there reciting slokas. He did not expect to see our Swamigal there unannounced and immediately sent word through the security guard to all the Dikshithars about Swamigal’s presence in the temple. Within minutes the word spread and hundreds of people hurried towards the temple. The Dikshithars prostrated before Swamigal and said they had made lots of arrangements to welcome Swamigal in an appropriate way and they were upset because he was there all by himself, unannounced. Swamigal replied that he was eager to
    have ‘Viswaroopa darshan (the first puja done in the morning) of Nataraja and also that he would be visiting the temple many times every day during his stay here. The Dikshithars took Swamigal back to his camp with all the Devasthanam honors. They requested Swamigal to stay in the temple for few days and conduct Sri
    Chandramouleswarer puja in the thousand pillared mandap. Welcome speech was given in Sanksrit by Upanyasa Ratnakaram C.S.Sivakamasundara Dikshithar and in Tamil by his son C.S.Sachidananda Dikshithar, on behalf of their entire community. Swamigal stayed in the temple for about fifteen days and conducted the puja there. It is said that Adi Sankara brought back five lingams from Kailasa and of those, the Moksha lingam is said to be in Chidambaram. The Yoga Lingam is being worshipped by Adi Sankara and all the Kamakoti Acharyas. Thousands of people witnessed the puja and heard Swamigal’s upanyasams in the evenings. Members of all communities offered Bikshavandanam and pada puja. Swamigal had darshan of Nataraja and Govindaraja every day of his stay. He arranged for special abhishekams of Chitra annam as well as Bakshana pavadai for Nataraja. Every year, special decorations are made to Nataraja and he is brought in a procession around the four Ratha streets, twice in the month of Ani for Ani Thirumanjana celebrations as well as in the month of Margazhi for Arudra darshanam. It would take the
    priests three days to complete the decorations.

    The Dikshithars brought our Swamigal down the Panchakshara steps to the sanctum sanctorum of Sri Nataraja to have the darshan of the Lord decorated thus for the procession. Sri Swamigal had darshan of Ratnasabapathi, Moksha Chandramouleswarer lingam, Chitsabesan, Sivakamasundari and the famous Secret of Chidamabaram. His
    Holiness stayed in Chidambaram for a month. Before leaving the city, Sri Swamigal donated crescent moon made in gold and with diamonds embedded on the top, for Nataraja.

    Deivathin Kural Part#1 Continued….

     

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    Sunday, October 9, 2011

    Deivathin Kural Part#1 Continued….

     

    ªîŒõˆF¡ °ó™ (ºî™ ð£è‹)

    «îõî£Í˜ˆFèœ Üõî£ó ¹¼û˜èœ

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    Saturday, October 8, 2011

    Pujya Sri Mahaswamy Divya Charitram Part#97

     

    Darshan of Chidambaram Nataraja

    Chidamabaram was one of the pancha bhootha kshetram, the Akasha (space) Kshetram. Amongst the innumerable devotees who desired to bring our Swamigal to their towns, the noteable ones are Mahamahopadhyay Dhandapani Swamy Dikshithar – belonging to the illustrious and devoted sect of Dikshithars, and Mahamahopadhyay Dakshinatya Kalanidhi U.V.Swaminatha Iyer. Raja Sir Annamalai Chettiar had also been persuading our Swamigal to visit Chidambaram. The Dikshithars and other citizens of Chidambaram requested Swamigal to visit after the completion of Sankara Jayanthi.

    Swamigal accepted the invitation of the Dishithars and agreed to come. The residents of the city had made arrangements for a welcome that is suitable for a Kanchi Acharya who was coming to their town for the first time. The Dikshithar community along with the general public gathered in the outskirts of the town on May 18th, 1933 ( Fifth day of the lunar month of Vaikasi) and welcomed Swamigal with purna Kumbam, Veda Gosham,
    Bhajan groups, Nadaswaram and melam. They took him on a procession around the four Ratha Streets. Thousands of people had darshan of Swamigal and obtained his blessings.

    Arrangements for Swamigal’s stay were made Karaikudi R.S.Veda Patasala situated in the South street. Swamigal was anxious to have darshan of Nataraja dancing in Ponnambalam.

     

    Friday, October 7, 2011

    Deivathin Kural Part#1 Continued….

     

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    Thursday, October 6, 2011

    Pujya Sri Mahaswamy Divya Charitram Part#96

     

    Sankara Jayanthi at Thiruvidaimaruthur

    Swamigal celebrated this year’s Sankara Jayanthi very elaborately at Thiruvidaimaruthur. He gathered a sabha of vidwans where there were debates and discussions on Vedanta and he also gave lectures. During the five day celebrations, Swamigal gave sermons on how Adi Sankara went around the whole country in his short thirty years of life, his achievements and philosophy of Advaita. On each of the five days, a picture of Adi Sankara was kept on a chariot and brought on a procession around the four streets. In the front of the procession there were five elephants which carried Adi Sankara’s Padukas, his Panchaloka idol and his Bhashyams. There were also horses in
    this procession. On both sides of the procession were youth carrying umbrellas. Many nadaswaram musicians were fortunate to participate in this procession. Swamigal walked
    in the procession along with the Tanjore princes. On returning, Swamigal honored the vidwans with gifts.

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