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Bhagavan's Aruna Vijayam Day - 2009 - 8
« on: September 05, 2009, 11:56:51 AM »
Sri Arunachala Nava Mani Malai, the work of Bhagavan Ramana in
9 verses, also speak about certain autobiographical aspects of
His life.

Verse 4 speaks about His life in the Hill, when He was pining
for Arunachala's love as a maiden.

Annamalai!  Think not that you can let me pine away in vain, longing
as if I were someone who does not think of you.  It is not proper that
I should perish and mix as dust with dust , as if I were one who
mistook the vile body for the Self.  Turn your cool, bright glance of
grace towards me, O beloved Eye of my twin eyes.  Do not play some
trick on me, O Lord who is all light, beyond male and female and neuter.  Come and dwell within my Heart, as pure Annamalai.

Verse 5 speaks about Arunachala as Mother and He being a child,
waiting for Her Grace to cross the ocean of births.

Lord who Being is all Awareness, You who reign in glory and enhance the glory of Golden Hill, forgive all the grievous faults of this poor fellow and, with Your glance of grace, benign like the rain cloud, save
me from falling once again in the void (of further births).  If you fail me, I shall never cross the cruel river of maya (bhavam) and reach
the other shore.  Tell me, who can match a mother's care for the child?  (You are my mother.  Now come to my rescue like a good mother).

Arunachala Siva.