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yes. that would be very refreshing and one could feel very hard to come back to routine. namo ramana   

dear ksksat27,
   pavalakundru is in bazaar. close to bus stand road . any bazaar shope will guide you . the access is in a side small street into which if u walk  up you will find  the steps leading to the short hill up.There was a board "way to pavazha kundru" in tamil  on the point  where you have to enter the small street . Any old timer autos  should tell you . ideal is any shop from bus stand to  arunachaleswarar koil. about gurumurtham I dont know. these will be easily cleared if you ask  any one at ramanasramam . how about google?  Namo Ramana

General Discussion / Re: got this in an online auction
« on: December 25, 2018, 07:06:57 AM »
i wonder of what relevance are these images have with  shri Ramana to whom this website is  dedicated to !!!

namo ramana 

General Discussion / Re: Arunai Vijayam Day - 01.09.2018
« on: September 01, 2018, 06:55:30 PM »
om namo bhagavathe sri ramanaya

thank you .
om namo bhagavathe sri ramanaya

please clarify to me: this is  said by our great  sage, Bhagavan Ramana . I agree, respect, and pranams. when i am into doing an act as  a part of day to day life's  call  i need obviously  put my attetntion to what i have to do or what i am  doing, like i drive or bath etc etc.  Is it not? At those  time/  which is always in succession  daily how can/do i be   aware of the "I- am" also?  our attention is to be focussed on one thing  at a time .....right.  how one  can be  being aware of true self/nature  and carry out the  task on hand  for both to be  in tantem. like always thro out daily till we sleep ? i request and solicit practical & followable guidelines please. Om Namo sri Arunachala Ramanaya   

General topics / Re: Guru Poornima Day - 27.06.2018
« on: July 28, 2018, 07:25:26 PM »
i was blessed  to be in asramam on 27th july on the eve guru poornima
that was a  much fulfilling stay and time with  shri bhagavan
om namo bhagavathe sri ramanaya

General topics / Re: Guru Poornima Day - 27.06.2018
« on: June 29, 2018, 07:56:57 AM »
okay  . thank you. but i see in shirdi  saibaba yearly calender they also mention guru poornima on 27th july . may  be u mean puttaparthi saibaba.. regards

General topics / Re: Guru Poornima Day - 27.06.2018
« on: June 28, 2018, 08:57:15 AM »
is not 27th july  guru poornima?
om namo bhagavathe sri ramanaya

thank you


namo ramana

thank you

will keep upating your goodself


if one has to grasp the silence who is the one who is grasping thw silence?  is not that  one aware that he is trying to   grasp  the silence or grasping the silence  and this stage could lead to further stage that "one" watching the silence. So is not the one who is apparently seem to watching the silence, the  ego?  then at what stage the ego drops off............

yes i watched that. very good . but some more essentials  like details of  skandasramam and virupaksha cave etc  could have been  included which  formed  part of shri Bhagavan's life with His body
om namo bhagavathe sri ramanaya

General topics / Re: Maha Sivaratri - - 13.02.2018
« on: February 13, 2018, 03:07:24 PM »
om sambho sri arunachala  mahadeva
jai sri gurudeva
Namo Ramanaya
Asramam  will be carrying on with night long  chants, abhishekams, alankarams  and maha  arathi to shri ramaneswara  lingam

General Discussion / The Power of Arunachala......
« on: November 05, 2017, 07:06:21 AM »

Arunachala has always been renowned as the bestower of liberation, the destroyer of the ego, the remover of the false notion 'I am the body' - as the jnana-Guru par excellence.

When Brahma and Vishnu began to quarrel, being deluded by pride and egoism, Lord Arunachala Siva appeared before them in the form of a column of fire, thereby vanquishing their egoism and teaching them true knowledge. When Sakti, Goddess Parvati, wished to attain a state in which she could do no wrong, Lord Siva sent her to Arunachala, where she merged and became one with him. Thus, even to Brahma and Vishnu, Arunachala was Guru, and to Parvati it was the place where she lost her separate individuality.

Throughout the ages saints and sages have sung verses in Sanskrit, Tamil and other Indian languages extolling the unique power of Arunachala to root out the ego and to bestow Self-knowledge. All the four great Saiva sages of Tamil Nadu, Manikkavachagar, Sundaramurti, Appar and Jnanasambandhar, have sung in praise of Arunachala. In one verse often pointed out by Sri Bhagavan, Jnanasambandhar described this hill as being jnana-tiral, a dense mass of jnana. And Sundaramurti, singing in Tiruvanaikka, remembers Arunachala and sings, 'O Annamalai, you can be known only to those who give up the attachment to the body'.

These puranic stories and songs of ancient sages all confirm the fact that Arunachala is the supreme jnana-Guru. But this fact has received its most striking confirmation from Sri Bhagavan. In verse nineteen of Aksharamanamalai he explicitly states that Arunachala shines as the form of his Guru; and in the same verse he reveals the function of the real Guru, namely to destroy all our defects, including the root-defect, the ego, to bestow all good qualities upon us and to rule over us.

ref: Michael James, The Power of Arunachala

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