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Guhai Namasivaya's Poems: (62)
« on: September 22, 2008, 01:46:30 PM »
Arunagiri Andati :  continues....

1. O Arunachala!  The Sages who praise you as the First Cause
and king of Annamalai, wearing garland of skeletons and mounting
a bull, always assure us that miseries will not befall us once we
start praying him.  O the god, whom the Vedas have not been
able to reach, I pray to you.

2. O Arunachala! The king of Annamalai, who rules us.
Let me see your form, where you and your left half Uma are
ever gracing us, please bestow the vision of your form.

3. O Arunachala!  What is the use of this life, for one who
does not contemplate your feet, but merely lives in a cave or
forest or on a hill, eating various herbs and medicines to lengthen
the span of his life?

4. O Arunachala!  If one who does not contemplate on your
feet and the head, which was searched by the pig and the swan,
the form of effulgence that was beyond reach of every god,
what is the aim of life?

5. O Arunachala!  I want to pray to your devotees, to ward of
my miseries.  O Siva, who is better than your devotees for my
prayer, not Vishnu, the god of cloud-like complexion and
the gold hued Brahma, who are still searching you, O  the god
mounted on the bull. 

to be contd.....

Arunachala Siva.