AKSHARA MANA MALAI PDF

You are on page 1of 29 Search inside document Ramana Maharshi is an exponent on Self-enquiry. He has great devotion and gratitude for Arunachala Siva. He said the holy hill of Arunachala is nothing but solid mass of bliss of Siva. The devotees of Ramana Maharshi used to go for begging food in Tiruvannamalai town and they asked Bhagawan to write poems for singing while begging so that people will recognise them as Ramana Maharshi devotees.

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Followers of Ramana Maharshi strive for desirelessness as a spiritual goal. Renunciates in Hinduism are permitted to live on alms as a means of cultivating desirelessness and humility. Some renunciates who associated with Ramana Maharshi lived on alms. They went to town collectively in a group singing praises of the Lord. Before descending the Hill for alms, the sadhu would blow a conch shell, providing an initial notice to the pious residents of the town who provided them food.

Once again, at the foot of the Hill they would blow the conch announcing their arrival at the town for alms. The town folks graciously offered them plenty of food out of respect for their association with Ramana Maharshi who was living on the Hill. The arrangement worked well until men who were not followers of Ramana Maharshi found out the special generosity of householders towards devotees of Maharshi. They too formed a group, blew on a conch and walked the streets singing traditional praises of the Lord.

Purposely, they started on the rounds to collect food a little earlier than the devotees of the Maharshi. The devotees of Maharshi had to return with meager collections and accept hunger. The devotees, victimized by identity theft, turned to their Savior, Ramana Maharshi who was personification of the infinite compassion of Arunachala with matchless power to change misfortune into good fortune. Perumal Swamy a disciple of Maharshi requested Him to compose a unique prayer that would secure for them the Presence of Ramana Maharshi and reveal to the world their true status as His genuine followers.

Perumal was waiting for the next lines but was disappointed. One day, the Maharshi went for giri pradakshina walking around the hill alone.

The very name of the song reveals its import bhava ; the bride was the Jiva Maharshi himself the bridegroom was Lord Arunachala. The Maharshi created situations where the bride pined for the bridegroom and thus composed the song. The bride displays various feelings like self-pity, bashfulness, maturity and hurt at being spurned; all these make the poem exquisite with a remarkable co-mingling of bhakti devotion and sringara romantic love. Like sugar in milk, the poem abounds in upadesa of wisdom also.

In the original Tamil the words employed have more than one meaning, which makes a perfect translation impossible. Those who sing and listen to the song at the Ashram are overwhelmed with joy. When the bhava is sweet and the words are delicately balanced — this is only to be expected.

This song has a soothing effect in the hearts of devotees. The first effect of the sacred song was to solve the problem of food shortage. The power of the song is far greater than simply vouching daily ration of food by the Grace of Arunachala. It assures for us the presence of Arunachala and Sri Ramana Maharshi wherever we may live.

Sri Ramana Maharshi poured His heart out and imparted His spiritual power into Akshara Mana Malai as a gift to His devotees so that they may easily invoke His gracious presence wherever they want. It has the power to remove the obstacles facing the devotee and to guide him in day-to-day life. The centenary event will be observed by organizing daily chants of Akshara Mana Malai at the ashram and all the centers dedicated to Ramana Maharshi. May all devotees learn and chant Akshara Mana Malai with fervour!

May they all emerge victorious in their endeavour to gain self-knowledge of which Arunachala and Ramana Maharshi are supreme symbols! Those who look upon it as their sole refuge will realize within themselves that they are Arunachala and will reign in the world of Siva.

Invocation by Sri Bhagavan: Gracious Ganapati [1]! With Thy loving hand bless me, that I may make this a marital garland of letters worthy of the Lord, Sri Arunachala. Tamil Chanting of Akshara Mana Malai This joyful scented garland, Of the rays of the rising Sun, Was requested for by his devotees Who chose the streets for removing The delusion and make people understand And this was composed by Ramana, Who was the ocean of pity.

Those who choose to tell this as their refuge, Would understand that they are Arunachalam, And reign in the land of Lord Shiva. After showing your desire to me, As I was not interested in you earlier. And not the knowledge of perfection. And make as an object of grace and look after me always.

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Arunachala Aksharamanamalai - Tamil

This joyful scented garland, Of the rays of the rising Sun, Was requested for by his devotees Who chose the streets for removing The delusion and make people understand And this was composed by Ramana, Who was the ocean of pity. Those who choose to tell this as their refuge, Would understand that they are Arunachalam, And reign in the land of Lord Shiva. Oh merciful Ganapathi, give a hand and help me, To make a garland of letters suitable for Lord Arunachala. Arunachalamena agame ninaippavar, Agathai aruppai arunachalane.. Azhagu sundaram pol agavum neeyum uttha Binnamay iruppom arunachalaa.. Agam pugum theerthu, unnaka guhai chirayai, Amarvithathen kolo arunachalaa.. Aarum kavenai yandanai yagathidil, Akhilam pazhithidum arunachalam..

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Followers of Ramana Maharshi strive for desirelessness as a spiritual goal. Renunciates in Hinduism are permitted to live on alms as a means of cultivating desirelessness and humility. Some renunciates who associated with Ramana Maharshi lived on alms. They went to town collectively in a group singing praises of the Lord. Before descending the Hill for alms, the sadhu would blow a conch shell, providing an initial notice to the pious residents of the town who provided them food.

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Home Help Search Login Register. Be not m like a mirror held up to a noseless man, but raise me from my lowness and embrace me, Oh Arunachala! Have mercy on me, Arunachala! Treasure of benign and holy Grace found without seeking, steady my wandering mind, Oh Arunachala!

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