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Subramanian.R

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In Talks 646 and 647, are disucssions about Gandhiji visiting
Rajkot in a thought-free state in God's guidance.  Bhagavan
Ramana referring to a passage from Harijan magazine, further
cited Tayumanavar's songs Udal Poyyuravu verses 52 and 53 and
Payapuli verse 36.

Udal Poyyuravu verse 53 reads as under:

Nee atRa an nilaiye nishtai -- adhil nee ilaiyo?
vay atRavane mayangaathe -- poi atRu
irunthalum nee pogaai; enRum uLLai; summa
varunthathe, inbam uNdu vaa.

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The state in which you are not, that is nishta
But, even in that state, do you not remain?
You whose mouth is silent, do not be perplexed!
Although you are gone, you are no longer there,
yet you did not go.  You are eternally present.
Do not suffer in vain, Experience bliss all the time!


(Source: Mountain Path, Jayanti, 2005. An article by Robert
Butler and others.  Sri Tayumanavar songs - Sri Ramakrishna
Tapovanam, Tiru Paraithurai, near Tiruchirapalli.  Day by
Day Devaraja Mudaliar, Tamil translation by Smt Sarjoa Krishnan
and Prof. Niranjan.)

Arunachala Siva.