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Sri Muruganar's Liberation Day - 20.8.2009 - 8
« on: August 24, 2009, 12:10:48 PM »
During Bhagavan Ramana's post- Nirvana years, Muruganar
continued to stay in Tiruvannamalai.  He conducted discourses
on Sri Arunachala Stuti Panchakam and Sad Darsanam and
Upadesa Saram.  One of the fortunate students was T.R.
Kanakamma.  She grasped the message of Bhagavan Ramana,
through the words of Muruganar.  Later, when the Asramam
requested T.R. Kanakamma to write a simple commentary in
Tamil for Bhagavan's complete works, she reluctantly agreed
but completed her task, mainly on the basis of Muruganar's
discourses.  This two volume book in Tamil is a splendid work
giving the simple meaning and message of Bhagavan Ramana's
works, including the difficult Sad Darsanam.

Muruganar kept himself in silent meditation, during his last
two or three years.  Many later year devotees came to him
and requested him to speak about his years with Bhagavan
Ramana.  He invariably did not answer.  What is there to say?
How to explain the non-dual experience to someone else?  He
kept his experience, without diluting it in spoken words.

Once someone asked him: "What is your Sadhana for this?"
Muruganar kept quiet for some time.  Then he explained:
"Sadhana? What Sadhana?  Where was the time for all that?
The moment I saw Him, my ego was annihilated.  Then where
is separateness for doing this Sadhana and that Sadhana?"
He resumed his silence.

Arunachala Siva.