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Sri Ramanopakhyanam
« on: June 14, 2009, 10:57:31 AM »
A vistor came to the Asramam on 10.2.1946 with a book
called Sri Ramanopakhyanam.  His name was Thangavelu
Nadar.  Bhagavan Ramana told Devaraja Mudaliar that it
was not about anything about His teachings but the one
which contained some stanzas found in some Nadi horscope
of Bhagavan Ramana, with notes and commentaries of another
gentleman who was then editing a Tamil paper.  Bhagavan
added that besides this version, some other Nadi version of
Bhagavan's horoscope have been traced and sent to the
Asramam by different devotees.  Bhagavan Ramana added
that there were various people in the country who claimed
to have various Nadis.  We don't know whether they are
correct or not.  This Thangavelu Nadar was originally from
Kumbakonam.  There also used to be one Swami at Tindivanam.  When anyone went to him, he used to tell them:  "You must go
and have darshan of Ramana Maharshi, at such and such time, on such and such date."  This gentleman's name is also indicated in the Nadi horoscope and they used to come here
and tell me about it!

(Source:  Day by Day, Devaraja Mudaliar.)

Arunachala Siva.