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Tiruvannamalai in Tiruvachakam - 11
« on: December 15, 2008, 01:39:28 PM »
The next one, Annai Pathu, Decad on "O Mother!" has got two verses,
describing Arunachala.

Verse 1 reads as under:

He speaks Vedas.  He is wearing white holy ashes.  He is of the reddish
golden form.  He is in the form of Omkara.  O Mother. He is the Master
of four faced Brahma and Vishnu.  He is of the form of Omkara.

Verse 6 reads as under:

He is beyond comprehension.  He is the Lord of Uttarakosa Mangai.
But He stays in my Heart!  O Mother!  Even though He stays in my
Heart, he is not seen by  Vishnu and Brahma.  What a wonder! 

Kuyil Pathu, Decad on Cuckoo, is the next poem.  Manikkavachagar
describes Arunachala in one verse.  The Verse 8 reads as under:

O, the Cuckoo, my child, please come here. Vishnu and four faced
Brahma are searching for Him. He is standing before them as a wondrous
Effulgence, piercing the Space and all the worlds of this universe, with
his light.  He is the horse rider.  He is with matted locks.  Please make
sound for Him to come!

Arunachala Siva.