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Subramanian.R

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A Star rising at 8.47 PM on 14th April 1950.
« on: October 22, 2008, 01:17:00 PM »
Regarding Bhagavan Ramana's Maha Nirvana and about the
star or meteor rising at 8.47 PM on that night, there are
several views.  The only fact is that a meteor or a star
swiftly rose up at that exact time, went past the northern
side of the Hills and perched itself on the top of the Hills.

Several American photographers and pressmen who were waiting
for the event were standing about half a mile from the nirvana
room and no one excepting the doctors and attendants were nearby.
Someone suddenly saw the star or a meteor rising.  This was seen
in many parts of the town and India and Papaji is also reported to
have seen this in Lucknow.  Lakshmanaswmi saw it in the Hills.
Wolter Kiers "felt the happening" in a far off place.

Major Chadwick says the fact remains that many many people
saw this happening and it coincided with Bhagavan Ramana's
Maha Nirvana.  He says that he cannot say anything beyond that.
He is neither able to take it as miraculous happening nor as a
natrual event.

(Source: Sadhuvin Ninaivugal - Major Chadwick - Sadhu Arunachala.)

Arunachala Siva.       

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Re: A Star rising at 8.47 PM on 14th April 1950.
« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2008, 04:18:40 PM »
Dear sir,


How the american photograhers and pressman knew about the star to take the photo. At last
they could take the photo. I met a old couple who saw the star They narrated the event so well.
They were so lucky.


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Re: A Star rising at 8.47 PM on 14th April 1950.
« Reply #2 on: October 22, 2008, 05:07:44 PM »
Dear Ramanaduli,

American photographers and pressmen did not anticipate anything
in the sky.  They were only anxious about whether Bhagavan would
leave the body.  They all saw the star rising and perching on the Hills.
As far as I know, they DID NOT TAKE ANY PHOTOGRAPHS, because
no such photo is available even in Sri Ramansramam publications.
No one India or elsewhere took photographs.  Very many people
saw the star.  Some devotees 'felt' the happening.  That is all.
If your people could have seen the star, they should be lucky.

Arunachala Siva.

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Re: A Star rising at 8.47 PM on 14th April 1950.
« Reply #3 on: March 12, 2010, 10:19:52 PM »
Below Link can give more information about Ramana Maharshi Devotees Reminiscences At The Time Of Bhagavan's Mahanirvana.

http://www.arunachala.org/newsletters/2000/?pg=may-jun