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Sri Ramana Ashottaram - 4
« on: November 19, 2009, 12:19:22 PM »
Name 55:  Om Bhuma Vidya vicharataya Namah:

Salutations to One who knows the Bhuma Vidya.

Bhuma means Sukam, Bliss.  Bhuma Vidya is Brahma Vidya
which is the only permanent real bliss for human beings.  This
name is found in Chandogya Upanishad where Sanatkumara,
Skanda teaches the Bhuma Vidya to Narada.  The true Jnana
form, which does not see anything other than That, or which
does not hear anything other than That, is Bhuma.  All the
rest are alpa, insignificant.  Brahman alone is significant and
real. Bhagavan Ramana enquired into this Bhuma Vidya and
attained It.

Name 72:  Om Ganesa Munibhrungena sevithangri saroruhaya Namah:

Salutations to One who was the Lotus searched by Ganapati
Muni, the honey bee.

Name 73:  Om Gitopadesa sarathi grantha sanchinna
samsaye Namah:

Salutations to One, who removed all the doubts (of devotees)
through His gita (Sri Ramana Gita) and Upadesa Saram and
other works.

Name 82:  Om Matru Mukti vithayagaya Namah:

Salutations to One, who has conferred liberation to His mother.
Matru also means Cow.  Hence this name speaks about conferal
of liberation to Cow Lakshmi also.

Name 91: Om Smaranath bandha mochakaya Namah:

Om Salutations to One who removes bondage on remembrance.
Like Arunachala, Bhagavan Ramana also removes bondage of
one who remembers Him.

Name 94: Sonadhri stuti dhrashtaya Namah:

Salutations to One who made stuti, devotional songs on
Arunachala.   This refers to Sri Arunachala Stuti Panchakam.

Name 95:  Om Harda vidya prakasakaya Namah:

Salutations to One who made the Hrudya Vidya or Atma Vichara, shine in all its glory.

Name 108:  Om Purushottamaya Namah:

Salutations to One who is Purushottama, the only male principle of the universe.  All beings are females.  Only God or Brahman
or a Brahma Jnani is a true male.  The whole life's purpose is
for the female principle to merge with the male principle.

Arunachala Siva.