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Guhai Namasivaya's Poems - (27)
« on: September 21, 2008, 10:48:18 AM »
Parikala Venba - Glory of Siva's devotees: continues.....

1. O sinners, do not steal away the few belongings of the
devotees of Arunachala, the great benefactor of Tiruvannamalai.
If you try to do that, the king will catch you, beat with sticks
and your wealth will be lost as the burnt wood.

2. O sinners, do not steal any of Arunachala's belongings!
You know, He is the one who burnt the Tripura.  He will
take away all your properties, lands and the country that
are encircled by the ocean, in a jiffy and you may have
to beg alms with a mudplate on your hands.

3. You know, sinners, what happened to Narasimha when
the bird Sarabha engulfed him and squeezed him?  If you
try to thieve any of the belongings of Arunachala, you shall
have the same fate.

4. You know sinners, what happened to Brahman and Vishnu,
who tried to find out the top and feet of Arunachala? (They
lost their ego and suffered.)  If you try to do harm to the
devotees of Arunachala, you shall be severed and thrown away
into a pit of salt and there will be more such punishments!

5. O Arunachala, one has to pay off his debts only through his
earnings.  No one else can pay off my debts.  I shall therefore
pray to you, the god with the matted locks, Ganga and crescent
moon, and pay off my karmas.  This is your justice.


Parikala Venba - concluded.

to be contd....

Arunachala Siva.