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Why Bhagavan Ramana is different from other gurus/Jnanis?
« on: March 01, 2009, 10:28:41 AM »
Sadhus generally are expected to be considerate towards animals and birds.  But Bhagavan Ramana's love for these beings is unique.
Apart from Cow Lakshmi, He was considerate towards all animals and birds even during His days in Hill.  The deer and the crow were also conferred liberation and their bodies were interred inside the Asramam. Squirrels and peacocks were allowed to roam around the Hall and squirrels were allowed to build their nests inside the Hall.  Generally the Maths rear cows.  This practice is not only for go- pooja ceremonies but also for obtaining milk, which is the main food for sadhus.  But no one has taken care of peacocks, deer crow and squirrels  in their Maths.  There is no record of these pontiffs conferring liberation to the cows.  They never definitely entertained tigers and cheetahs into their Maths/Ashrams.

Bhagavan Ramana once had the trouble of bugs and mosquitos on the sofa.  He was not caring and never crushed them. Once when He
was away, the attendants used DDT which had thus been discovered and sold in the market.  On His return, Bhagavan Ramana remarked:
O someone had played mischief during my outing!

Arunachala Siva.