Monday, February 4, 2013

RAMANA MAHARSHI OF ARUNACHALA , THE LAST OF THE SEERS - CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL



RAMANA MAHARSHI OF ARUNACHALA , THE LAST OF THE SEERS  - CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL






Swami Chinmayananda , the great Indian spiritual leader , was once asked how he became a swami.


He said –

QUOTE   

Soon after my high school final exams were over, I embarked on a tour of South India with a package tour railway ticket.  

When the steam train passed the Tiruvannamalai Temple most of my fellow travellers in the compartment, bowed towards it with great reverence and talk in the carriage turned to the personage of Ramana Maharshi. 

Although at that time in his I was a  "a convinced atheist", the word Maharshi conjured up in my mind  ancient forest retreats and glowing superhuman divine beings and I became intrigued enough to take the next available train to Tiruvannamalai to see the Rishi.

At the Ashram I was told that the Maharshi was in the hall and anybody was free to walk in and see him. As I entered, I saw on the couch an elderly man, wearing but a loincloth, reclining against a round bolster. 

I sat down at the very foot of the couch. The Maharshi suddenly opened his eyes and looked straight into mine: I looked into his. A mere look, that was all. I felt that the Maharshi was, in that split moment, looking deep into me – and I was sure that he saw all my shallowness, confusions, faithlessness, imperfections, and fears. 

I cannot explain what happened in that one split moment. I felt opened, cleaned, healed, and emptied! A whirl of confusions: my atheism dropping away, but scepticism flooding in to question, wonder, and search. My reason gave me strength and I said to myself, ‘It is all mesmerism, my own foolishness.’ Thus assuring myself, I got up and walked away. 

But the boy who left the hall was not the boy who had gone in some ten minutes before. After my college days, my political work, and after my years of stay at Uttarkashi at the feet of my master, Tapovanam I knew that what I gained on the Ganges banks was that which had been given to me years before by the saint of Tiruvannamalai on that hot summer day – 

-- by a mere look. ( Somerset Maugham who wrote the Razor's edge is too DAFT to talk about this , as he would NOT even know what a changing human aura is  

UNQUOTE 


Check out the video below, and you can see that Sigmund Freud would have done well to listen to this.




Arunachala refers to the holy hill at Thiruvannamalai in Tamil Nadu.  The hill is also known by the names Arunagiri, Annamalai Hill or Arunachalam.

It is one of the five main shaivite holy places in South India.  The Arunachaleswara temple, a temple of Lord Shiva is located at the base of the hill.  Every year in the Tamil month of Karthigai (October–November), the Karthigai Deepam (Light) is lit atop the hill.

It is also an important place for devotees of Sri Ramana Maharshi, with Sri Ramana Ashram situated at its foothills.

Every year, on the tenth day of the celebration of Karthikai, devotees take embers in pots from the sacred fire lit in the Arunachaleswara temple and carry them to the top of Arunachala, along with cloth wicks. An enormous cauldron is placed on the highest of Arunachala's five peaks and filled with hundreds of gallons of ghee mixed with camphor.  

At precisely six o'clock, as the sun sets and the full moon rises, lights are lit on the top of the Hill, on a flagstaff in the temple, and at Sri Ramanasramam, accompanied by chants of Arunachala Siva by the vast crowds. 

The fire on top of Arunachala can be seen for miles around. Sri Ramana Maharshi described the meaning of this event in this way:  “ To turn the intellect inwards and have it fixed in the Heart, thereby merging it with the indweller of the Heart”




Carl Gustav Jung said this of  Ramana Maharshi:-- “ Sri Ramana is a true son of the Indian earth. He is genuine and, in addition to that, something quite phenomenal. In India he is the whitest spot in a white space. What we find in the life and teachings of Sri Ramana is the purest of India; with its breath of world-liberated and liberating humanity, it is a chant of millenniums...”



Here is a piece of advise to Jung. 



Western psychology has not asked a basic question -- who am I? ( Nan Yar ? like Ramana Maharshi ) -- because that question will destroy the false ego.  And to ask that question means you are entering into the world of meditation, and meditation in other words is a state of no-mind.





Ramana Maharshi is responsible for the renaissance of Adi Shankaracharya’s, four millineums old Advaita movement – at one of the darkest times of humanity, totally hijacked and vitriol blinded by big brother ( of the banking cartel cum British East India Company ),  who home grew their own psychoanalysts and John Galts .

He walked this planet with the brilliant light that was needed to restore the  Sanatana Dharma of truth and righteousness.

Ramana Maharshi’s simple method of self enquiry and self surrender did away with all the confusing spiritual practices and bizarre Western theories which have muddled the path to enlightenment for hundreds of years.

Psychoanalysts Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung , who wrote volumes about ego without a dang clue, must know that only meditation can help them discover something beyond  mind. It is impossible to dip out of Vedic philosophy otherwise, the way they did .

The ego exists between the mind and the body.  It is a false creation. The self exists not between body and mind,  but beyond mind.  And to reach to the self you have to learn the ways how the mind can be silenced, so its constant chattering is not there.  Because the real self is absolute silence.

Meditation is a state of no-mind. And big brother’s pet psychoanalysts have worked overtime to deny any such state as no-mind .  They have tried to bury the 11000 year long history of the Indian Vedic seers. The whole of western psychology is just a bullshit one century old pseudo science, born out of big brother’s vested compulsions .  

The greatest psychoanalyst in the west is still prone to the same kind of sicknesses as any ordinary man, to the same schizophrenia. As far as his expertise is concerned he is well- trained, but as far as his humanity is concerned, he is just as ordinary as anybody else.

There is no transformation in him nor can he create one.  Has any western psychoanalyst ever shown a bit of calm or certainty or authority or bliss , ever ?  Other than big brother’s monopolized books and media , whoever prints them or reads them?

Every psychoanalyst has been afraid to talk with a Indian mystic. For they will be soon totally exposed. 

When Carl Gustav Jung came to India he went to see the Taj Mahal,  and the sex temples of Khajuraho though everybody kept reminding him and asking him, when he will visit Ramana Maharshi.



Do you require 3 months to see the dang Taj Mahal?  


PRAY?  PRITHEE !!

You guessed it right!  

Our man Jung was foraging and scrounging around for Indian philosophical thought on the quiet in the major Indian libraries.   Unlike Jew Sigmund Freud who had a special rapport with Jewish Big Brother, where he got all ZE masala back home itself..

The meeting never took place. 

For to curious western onlookers , who would have covered this public event, it would have been like the tiny stone gaping at a huge majestic mountain.

The western authors kept needling him "You being one of the topmost psychoanalysts in the west, you should not miss this golden opportunity of meeting an eastern mystic who has come to his full flowering."

He was in the state of Tamil Nadu and , within two hours distance he could have reached Ramana Maharshi.  For three months he was in India, but he avoided Ramana Maharshi like the plague .

This was pure nonsense. 


One western thinker gave him egg on his face  “ The west don’t need to follow Ramana Maharshi, who himself says every time , that you don’t have to follow him or use his methods .  The real reason is that all your psychoanalysis and philosophy is weak and fragile and you are afraid to meet this uneducated man who ran away to be a saint at the age of 16“


The western psychoanalyst is afraid of meeting an eastern sage , because shallow western philosophy , other than what is lifted from the ancient Vedic thought and stitched together in a clumsy manner , is based on shifting sands , and has no foundation.  


Or perhaps our man Carl Jung was trying to convey a superiority complex as an evolved human in a natty three piece suit , while Ramana Maharishi just wore a strip of cloth to cover his loins?  


The Indian civilization put down their lofty philosophical thoughts in the Vedas and Upanishads as early as 5000 BC, when the west were doing grunt grunt for language. The Indians had lived all its glories that the west thinks it is attaining now 7000 year ago.  

Look at our literature,  sculptures, music, poetry.  Could Jung ever think that the ancient Indian people who had such creativity could be looked down upon just like that –just because after 800 years of slavery the entire glory got hijacked, in as much as the white blonde blue eyed man called himself an Aryan and claimed that he wore our Vedas? 


See Sigmund Freud's shallow thought above-- TEE HEEEE !!

George Bush also had such PROFOUND thoughts.



In 1995, Rice University Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies , Jeffrey John Kripal's book,  Kali’s Child: The Mystical and the Erotic in the Life and Teachings of Ramakrishna Paramahamsa was released, a highly controversial psychoanalytic study of Ramakrishna.  


It won great acclaim among white Christians and Jews and secured the American Academy of Religion's Best First Book in the History of Religions Prize in 1996.   

Jeffrey portrayed , Swami Vivekananda's guru, Ramakrishna Paramahamsa as a she-male, cross dresser, gay and a pedophile .   

So much for  Freudian psychoanalysis of Eastern spirituality. These are the type of immoral rogues who secure Nobel prizes!!


Hindu mysticism is not about only intellectual understanding and splitting hairs in a way nobody will understand , and hence ask no questions , but is based on transformation of the man himself.  

The whole personality of the western psychoanalyst is not involved in his work, only his education. No Indian sage will ever commit suicide like western psychoanalysts. 

There is a big difference between the teacher and the pupil. The psychoanalyst is NOT even a teacher. He pretends to know everything about the mind, but the poor guy does not know how to change his own mind, leave alone the pupil's.






What does a psychoanalyst do?  He makes the patient lie down on a couch , three times a week, and tells them to talk about their dreams and themselves. What can he extract out of this session other than money for himself.  None of them even knew what REM sleep is all about. The eastern mystic does NOT charge fees and hence he cares.


Venkatraman  Iyer later called Ramana Maharshi  was born on Dec 30, 1879 at Thiruchuzhi near Sivakasi, south of Madurai, India. 

He was friendly and open-minded by nature and was loved by everyone in the village. He was a lively boy who liked to play pranks, more interested in sports like wrestling , soccer and atheletics than studies. He was stronger than the rest and he would win easily.

He attended the local vernacular primary school in Tiruchuli for three years before going to the English medium secondary school in Dindigul when he was eleven.

His family was aware of an old family legend, about how a Hindu ascetic came to the house begging for food, but, against all Hindu tradition, he was not treated with the proper respect and was not given a meal. The ascetic promptly issued a curse, stating that henceforth one member of each generation of the family would wander about begging as an ascetic like himself.  

This ‘curse’ had its effect, because in each generation one member renounced worldly life to become a wandering ascetic.  Sundaram Iyer was Venkatramana’s father .  One Sundaram Iyer’s uncles on his father’s side had taken the saffron robe, the staff and the lota of a sannyasin and had left to live life as a wandering renunciant .  

His own elder brother Venkatesa also disappeared from the village one fine day, no doubt to embark upon the same path.  He  was never heard of again and since that time Sundaram had been the head of the joint family.  There are no indications that Sundaram Iyer ever thought that one of his sons would one day also leave home.  

And no doubt the thought never crossed the mind of the young Ramana either.


He did not study Sanskrit or the sacred traditions of Hinduism such as the Vedas or the Upanishads. In both the missionary run schools he attended he was taught Christianity,  but Hindu boys generally showed little interest in such bible classes – and Ramana was no exception in this respect.

Although he was very much like  any other boy, he did have one peculiar trait. His sleep used to be exceptionally deep and most of the time he had to be beaten awake.

One day he had failed to study properly some lesson on  English grammar. As punishment for this , the English teacher gave him a punishment of copying out the lesson three times. When he came to the third copy his mind revolted against this soulless mechanical exercise.  He pushed the work aside, sat upright in yoga posture, closed  his eyes and started to meditate.  His elder brother Nagaswami,  who had been watching him all the time, cried out ill-temperedly, “Why should one, who behaves thus, retain all this?”  

The shot went home.

So, in I896 this sixteen-year-old schoolboy quietly walked out on his family and, driven by an inner compulsion,  slowly made his determined way to Arunachala, a holy mountain and pilgrimage centre in Tamil Nadu , South India.

His parting letter which he left behind for his mother and brothers read, “I have, in search of my Father and in obedience to his command, started from here. This is only for embarking on a virtuous enterprise. therefore none need grieve over this affair.  To trace THIS out, no money need be spent.  Your college fee has not yet been paid.  Rupees two are enclosed herewith”

The letter changes from the personal “I” to the impersonal “THIS” and ends with a long line instead of a signature.

From this day on he never signed with his name again.

When he was asked later why he did not sign his letter, he answered, “There was nothing deliberate or conscious about  it. Simply that the ego did not rise up to sign it.”

So, at around twelve noon on this fateful Saturday, Ramana left his family and Madurai and set off to take the train to Tiruvannamalai which was approximately 250 miles away.

He was never to return.

On the way he sold his  gold earrings set with rubies (such earrings are worn by Brahmins) for a song , to eat food and to buy a train ticket . He arrived at Tiruvannamalai railway station from where he foot slogged to the holy mountain of Arunachala.

He was to remain there for the rest of his life.

The famous Arunachaleswara temple at the foot of the hill is one of the largest temple complexes in Southern India.  The temple is 3000 years old, but the current imposing structure dates back to the early Chola dynasty ( 871-953 AD).  Inside the temple compound there are numerous shrines to various gods. The impressive hall has exactly 1,000 richly decorated pillars,  numerous open pillared halls ,  gardens,  inner courtyards and two temple ponds. 

Overflowing with joy he hastened to this temple at the foot of Arunachala mountain , walked straight to the inner shrine hugged the lingam with hot tears flowing ,  and stayed there some time in the ecstasy of complete surrender.

He then left the inner temple compound and threw a packet of sweets , which he had , into the Ayyankulam temple tank.  A man saw him do this and approached him and asked if he would like to have his tuft of hair removed. Ramana agreed. One of the barbers who practised his trade at the Ayyankulam tank, cut off his beautiful black locks and shaved  his head.


He gave the barber some money and threw the rest of the 3 rupees eight annas away. Then he tore up the white cotton dhoti he was wearing and kept only one small piece as a loincloth.  A loincloth (konam) would be his only clothing from now until the end of his life.

Cutting off the tuft of hair, which orthodox Iyer Brahmins  have on the back of their heads as a sign of their caste, and shaving the head are signs of renunciation.  From this day on he never touched money again and never had any possessions. Finally, he removed his Brahmin poonulu thread, the sign of his high caste status.
He then abandoned himself to a newly-discovered awareness that his real nature was formless, immanent consciousness. 

His absorption in this awareness was so intense that he was completely oblivious of his body and the world.  
Ramana had first settled down in the thousand-pillared hall in the temple compound, which is on the right when entering the temple through the eastern tower. The hall, with its thousand richly carved stone pillars, is a raised stone platform, open on all sides.

Exposed to the gaze of the general public in a  place of pilgrimage the strange youth soon roused the curiosity of the pilgrims. Street urchins started to pester him.  No doubt they felt provoked by a youth sitting motionless like a statue . They started taking verbal potshots at him in sarcasm.  

One day, while Ramana was sitting absorbed in meditation in the thousand-pillared hall, he was pelted with a stone from behind,  rudely disturbing him.  In order to escape such troubles in future, he decided to withdraw to a dark windowless underground vault under the thousand-pillared hall, known as the Patala Lingam.  The urchins would not dare to come in because of the extreme darkness that prevailed in the pit called Patala or hell.


There was a Shiva lingam,  behind which he sat down, leaning his back against the wall.  The cellar was never used or visited and therefore never cleaned.  No ray of sunlight ever  penetrated here. It was also damp and overrun with vermin and mosquitoes.

Young Ramana sat unmoved in yoga posture with legs crossed, impervious to the world and the mosquitoes which fed on his blood.  Insects and rodents chewed away portions of his legs, his body wasted away because he was rarely conscious enough to eat and his hair and fingernails grew to unmanageable lengths. His thighs, where they met the ground, were soon covered with sores and ulcers, from which blood and pus oozed.

These scars were to remain visible till he died.


A pious woman named Ratnammal found him there, and used to give him something to drink and eat. She laid a clean piece of cloth beside him and bade him to use it as a bed or to sit on to keep at least some of the vermin away, but he took no notice and did not even touch it.

Ramana neither spoke nor moved. People who saw him like  this thought he was practising a severe tapasya. Because he was silent, though that he had taken a maun vrit.

But for Ramana this was no spiritual exercise at all, it was merely something that happened to him ( Kundalini raising from the wrong pingala nadi ). In his own words  “I have never done any sadhana.  I did not even know what sadhana was.  Only long afterwards I came to know what  sadhana was and how many different kinds of it there were.  Only if there  was a goal to attain, I should have made sadhana to attain that goal. There was nothing which I wanted to obtain.  I am now sitting with  my eyes open. I was then sitting with my eyes closed. That was all  the difference.  I was not doing any sadhana even then.  As I sat with  my eyes closed, people said I was in samadhi.  As I was not talking,  they said I was in mauna.  The fact is, I did nothing.  Some Higher  Power took hold of me and I was entirely in Its hand.”


Ramana was in this dark pit for a couple of months . One Venkatachala Mudali, a visitor to the temple, finally brought him out of there, being told of a boy meditating  in the dark pit.

Venkatachala Mudali reports, “One day, going near the thousand-pillared hall, I found a group of Muslim boys,  hurling stones in the direction of the pit entrance.  Enraged at the sight I broke a branched from a shrub , seized a twig, and ran towards the  young scamps who fled promptly.  Proceeding inside the dark vault , I could make out nothing for a while, as I was coming from the glare into the darkness.  In a few minutes, the faint outlines of a young face became discernible in that pit.  

Somewhat frightened, I ran out to the adjoining flower-garden where a  sadhu was working with his disciples. Mentioning the facts to them I took some of them with me. Even then the youthful figure sat motionless and with closed eyes, despite the noise of our footsteps. Then we lifted the Swami from the pit full of mosquitoes , carried him from the hall up a flight of steps and deposited him in front of a shrine of Subrahmanya. The Swami still remained unconscious, his eyes closed; evidently he was in deep samadhi.

We noted the large number of open sores caused by rodent bites on the nether side of his thighs and legs, with blood and pus flowing from some of them, and  wondered how any one could remain unconscious of the body amidst such torture. Regarding it as irreverence, nay impertinence,  to make any further noise in such presence, we bowed and came away.”


At the shrine of Subrahmanya there lived a Mauni Yogi and a group of mendicant ascetics, who had settled down in the nearby garden.  Sri Ramana was cared for occasionally but not regularly. At noon each day the Yogi used to bring him a glass of milk collected from a stone basin after the sacrifice to the statue of Goddess Uma. This was no pure milk, but a murky mixture of various food offerings - milk, water and sugar mixed with turmeric powder, raw and ripe pieces of plantains and other sacrificial remains, which the priest had poured over the devotional image. Indifferently Ramana swallowed it all.

During this time any food had still to be put into his mouth, as he would not eat what was merely placed in front of him. Without the care of others the Swami would  probably not have survived for long.

He also often did  not know whether it was day or night. Ramana recall “When I closed my eyes, deeply absorbed in meditation I hardly knew whether it was day or night. If at any time I opened my eyes I used to wonder whether it was night or day. I had no food and no sleep. … If there is no movement, you do not need sleep. Very little food is enough to sustain life. That used to be my experience. Somebody or other used to offer me a tumblerful of some liquid diet whenever I opened my eyes. That was all.”


Some people, who saw the young ascetic sitting motionless like that thought, “He is sitting like a Jada (dull-witted person),  he must be a mad fellow.” Ramana later said that he found such remarks amusing.
He had discarded his konam because of the sores and was sitting nude those days. 


 Ramana recounts “ After I had been nude for about a month, this old Gurukkal told me one day, ‘Boy, the Kartikai Deepam is approaching. People from all the 24 districts will be flocking here. Police from all the districts will also be here. They will arrest you and put you into jail if you  are nude like this. So you must have a cod-piece.’ So saying, he got Ramana a new piece of cloth, made four people lift me up and tied a konam around me.”



Above: Virupaksha Cave where  Ramana Maharshi meditated  for 17 years from 1899 to 1916. The Virupaksha Cave is quite large and is about 330 feet above the Arunachaleswara temple on the south-eastern slope of the mountain. The inner part of the cave contains the remnants of the Saint Virupakshadeva, who performed severe acts of penance there in the 13th century


At the following Kartikai festival Sri Ramana’s first disciple, Uddandi Nayinar,  arrived and became a permanent companion.  He had a bullock cart which he used to transport people and goods from one town to another.  Like so many other pilgrims he too had come to Tiruvannamalai for the Kartikai festival and saw the young Swami sitting under the Illupai tree absorbed in deep samadhi.  In search of Self Realization and peace of mind he recognized in the young swami the living embodiment of the holy scriptures and said to himself, “Here indeed is realization and peace, and here must I seek it”


From then on he did not leave Ramana’s  side. He took care of his bodily needs and prevented him from being disturbed or bothered.  He settled down at a short distance from him, observed the crowds of visitors for hours at a time and drove away the urchins who found it amusing to cause trouble for the young ascetic.  He also cooked simple meals, which he shared with him.

Uddandi was a learned man.  In Sri Ramana’s presence he recited sacred Yoga and Vedanta texts such as Yoga Vasistha and Kaivalya Navaneeta.  He longed to hear some words of instruction from his new guru, which would help him on the way to self realization and help him find peace, but the swami kept silent and he, in his turn, did not dare to speak to him.

After two or three years in this state he began a slow return to physical normality,  a process that was not finally completed for several years. 

After his enlightenment at age 17 he led a simple life on the sacred Hill Arunachala, in Southern India, for over 50 years, until his death in 1950.


People whose Kundalini rises from the wrong nadi,  ( Pingala rather than the correct Sushumna ) undergo this type of terrible pain and ordeal.  

Punch into Google search AWAKENING AND RAISING KUNDALINI  VADAKAYIL.

One day one of his devotees named Tambiran due to his  excessive veneration,  was making preparations to do render homage to his new guru,  like to one of the idols of the  gods in the temple (abhishekam).  He obtained flowers, oil, sandal paste, milk and other ingredients and actually wanted to pour this over the head of his “living god”.  

Ramana was filthy, his hair had grown very long and had become a dishevelled and matted mass and his fingernails had grown so long and crooked, that he was unable to use his hands for any useful purpose.

To prevent this, Ramana took a piece of charcoal and the next day, before Tambiran  arrived, wrote on the wall in Tamil, “ This [food] alone is the service [needed] for this [body].”   Only then people came to know that this silent drifter was educated and able to read and write. And that made people even more curious.

Amongst the admirers who had started to visit Ramana regularly,  was a highly-placed official called Venkataramana Iyer. When he realized that the Swami was able to write, he told Ramana that unless he tells him where he isfrom, he wont go to attent office or even eat even if it means that he may be dismissed from his job. 

This moved the young Swami and he wrote down the words on the wall with charcoal , “Venkataraman, Tiruchuli”. This would help his mother and brother to meet him later.

One day his devotees got together , and forcibly gave him a bath, cut off his matted locks and cut his long nails.  As long as he was dirty and disheveled people were afraid to touch him. So now the devotees built a  bamboo fence around him for his protection.    

Ramana recalls “ When my head was shaven clean, I began to wonder whether I had a head or not, it felt so light. I shook my head this way and that to assure myself that it was there. That showed the amount of burden I had been carrying on my head.”


Ramana owed a lot to a Malayali from Kerala by the name of Palaniswami. He was at least  20 years older than  Ramana.  He was a Ganesha devotee . One day someone told him “What is the use of spending your  lifetime with this stone ? There is a young Swami in flesh and blood at Gurumurtam. He is steeped in austerities (tapas) like the youthful Dhruva mentioned in the puranas. If you go and serve him, and adhere to him, your life would serve its purpose.”  

Others also drew his attention to the fact that the Swami was without a personal attendant at the time and that it would be a blessing to serve such a great liberated soul.  Spurred on in this way Palaniswami went to Gurumurtam.  When he saw the young Swami, he recognized that he had found his master.  He became a devoted companion of Sri Ramana following him everywhere like a  shadow. 

If he had to leave he used to lock the door at Gurumurtam, so that nobody could pester the Swami while he was away, and he would always return as  quickly as he could. Nobody was allowed to see Ramana without his permission. He would accept the various food offerings from visitors, mix them up into a paste and at noon give Ramana a cupful of it to eat. The rest he gave back as  prasad to the visitors. 

Some time in May 1898, after a little over one year spent at Gurumurtam, Ramana and Palaniswami moved to the adjoining mango grove. Ramana remembers, “Under a mango tree they erected something overhead to prevent rain from falling on me. There was, however, not enough space under it even to stretch my legs fully while sleeping. So I used to sit almost all the time like a bird in its nest. Opposite my shelter Palaniswami also had a small shed. In the huge garden, only two of us used to stay.”  


Palaniswami, who had access to a library in town, brought back a number of books in Tamil on Vedanta, such as Kaivalya Navaneeta, Yoga Vasistha and Shankaras Vivekachudamani.  Ramana read each of the books, immediately grasped the meaning, remembered everything and imparted the essence of it to Palaniswami.  

Palaniswami would die in Maharshi Ramana’s arms. Ramana placed on hand on his spiritual heart ( right side of chest ) and one on the left side of his head when he was dying, to make him Jivan Mulkt.  But after he removed his hands Palaniswami opened his eyes and then died -- and hence it was not a success.  He would always regret this incident.

Ramana would do the same thing to him own mother much later.  He was able to liberate her from the endless cycle of births and hence she was buried in a meditative pose – NOT cremated as is Hindu custom.


Above picture-- A Hindu saint being buried ( NOT cremated ). Camphor and salt is used.  Such a body of a Buddhist Sri Lankan saint was stolen and this is what is being touted as the body of Francis Xavier.  

Punch into google search PORTUGUESE INQUISITION IN GOA ORDERED BY FRANCIS XAVIER VADAKAYIL

At a funeral Ramana’s uncle heard the news and he came to visit him, and take him back home .  He tried talking to him , but Ramana would not talk or even show a sign of recognition.  The uncle finally had no alternative but to give up.

In Dec 1898 his mother Alagammal came to visit him for the first time, accompanied by his eldest brother Nagaswami.  Ramana would not talk to them. Bitterly she complained about his neglected bodily condition and implored him to come home with her, but he did not react.  Day after day they came up to see him, brought him sweets and entreated him tirelessly, but all to no avail. Ramana remained silent.  

Alagammal tried everything.  One day when she broke down in tears, he was unable to bear it any longer and simply went away. Once she despairingly turned to the others present and asked for their support.  Then one of them said to Ramana, “Your mother is weeping and praying. Why do you not answer her?  Whether it is ‘yes’ or ‘no’, why not give her a reply?  Swami need not break his vow of silence.  Here is pencil and paper. Swami may at least write out what he has to say.”

So Ramana wrote down, “The Ordainer controls the fate of souls in accordance with their past deeds – their prarabdhakarma. Whatever is destined not to happen will not happen, - try how hard you may. Whatever is destined to happen will happen, do what you may to stop it. This is certain. The best course, therefore, is for one to be silent.”


Whether this message convinced his deeply religious mother or not, there was nothing left for her to do but to leave him to the life he had embarked upon. Furthermore Nagaswami’s holidays were coming to an end and he had to return to his office for work . Without having achieved what they had set out to achieve and with a heavy  heart, they returned to Manamadurai.


Gradually more followers came to live with Ramana and Palaniswami. When Ramana’s mother  joined the community in 1916 she instigated regular housekeeping chores and regular cooking. But Ramana made it clear in several remarks that he preferred the simplicity of the years when they lived from hand to mouth.
Ganapati Sastri, also called Ganapati Muni – Muni means the wise, the scholar, the saint – was the most famous and erudite of Sri Ramana’s disciples.  He was a Telugu Brahmin.  

One day he asked Ramana “ Pray enlighten me about the nature of tapas.”

For 15 minutes the Swami kept silent and looked at Ganapati, who sat at his feet full of expectation. Then he answered, “If one watches whence this notion of ‘I’ springs, the mind will be absorbed into that. That is tapas. If a mantra is repeated, and attention directed to the source whence the mantra-sound is produced, the mind will be absorbed in that. That is tapas.

This was the first time that Sri Ramana gave a verbal answer to a question.

Until then he had kept silent and had always written the answers down. For Ganapati Muni this was a real revelation. His heart was filled with ecstatic joy and he meditated at the feet of his new master until the evening. 

The following day Ganapati Muni wrote full of enthusiasm to his family and his disciples, “I have found my Master, my Guru. He is the Sage of Arunachala known as Brahmanaswami. He is no ordinary Swami. He is a great Seer, a mighty spiritual personality. To me and to you all he is Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi [elevated great Seer Ramana]. Let the whole world know him as such.”

From that moment on the Swami became known as the Maharshi Bhagavan. Ganapati Muni and his followers made Sri Ramana known to a wide circle in India.

The Englishman Frank H. Humphreys was the first western disciple who came to Ramana, in January 1911. He reports about his visit, “For half an hour I looked Him in the eyes which never changed their expression of deep contemplation. I began to realize somewhat that the body is the Temple of the Holy Ghost – I could only feel His body was not the man, it was the instrument of God, merely a sitting motionless corpse from which God was radiating terrifically. My own sensations were indescribable.”

Ramana became relatively well known in and out of India after 1934 when Paul Brunton, having first visited Ramana in January 1931, published the book A Search in Secret India. In this book he described his meeting with Ramana Maharshi, and the effect this meeting had on him. Brunton also describes how Ramana's fame had spread, "so that pilgrims to the temple were often induced to go up the hill and see him before they returned home", and the talks Ramana had with a great variety of visitors and devotees.

Brunton calls Ramana "one of the last of India's spiritual supermen", and describes his affection toward Ramana:--
“ I like him greatly because he is so simple and modest, when an atmosphere of authentic greatness lies so palpably around him; because he makes no claims to occult powers and hierophantic knowledge to impress the mystery loving nature of his countrymen; and because he is so totally without any traces of pretension that he strongly resists every effort to canonize him during his lifetime”

While staying at Sri Ramanasramam, Brunton had an experience of a "sublimely all-embracing" awareness, a "Moment of Illumination".

The book was a bestseller, and introduced Ramana Maharshi to a wider audience in the west. 

Till his death in 1950 Ramana lived in Sri Ramanashramam, the ashram that developed around the mother's tomb.  Ramana often walked from Skandashram to mother's tomb. In December 1922 he didn't return to Skandashram, and settled at the base of the Hill, and Sri Ramanasramam started to develop.  


In November 1948, a tiny cancerous lump was found on Ramana's arm and was removed in February 1949 by the ashram's doctor.  Soon, another growth appeared and another operation was done by an eminent surgeon in March 1949 with radium applied. The doctor told Ramana that a complete amputation of the arm to the shoulder was required to save his life, but he refused.  A third and fourth operation were performed in August and December 1949, but only weakened him.  Other systems of medicine were then tried; all proved fruitless and were stopped by the end of March when devotees gave up all hope.  

To devotees who begged him to cure himself for the sake of his followers, Ramana is said to have replied, "Why are you so attached to this body?  Let it go" and "Where can I go?  I am here."


 By April 1950, Ramana was too weak to go to the hall and visiting hours were limited. Visitors would file past the small room where he spent his final days to get one final glimpse.

Henri Cartier-Bresson, the legendary French photographer and master of the "decisive moment", arrived at the ashram in the first week of April 1950, just ten days earlier, as the Maharshi lay terminally ill in his ashram. 

Cartier-Bresson had the knack of being at the right place at the right time.

Henri Cartier-Bresson,  recounted the event:
"It is a most astonishing experience. I was in the open space in front of my house, when my friends drew my attention to the sky, where I saw a vividly-luminous shooting star with a luminous tail, unlike any shooting star I had before seen, coming from the South, moving slowly across the sky and, reaching the top of Arunachala, disappeared behind it. Because of its singularity we all guessed its import and immediately looked at our watches – it was 8:47 – and then raced to the Ashram only to find that our premonition had been only too sadly true: the Master had passed into parinirvana at that very minute." 

Ramana Maharshi was 71 years old at the time of his death.

Cartier-Bresson took some of the last photographs of Ramana on April 4, 1950, and went on to take pictures of the mahasamadhi preparations.



" In his notes, Henri Cartier-Bresson wrote, "The Maharshi was the most accomplished human being I have ever met."

Here in India, where thousands of so-called holy men claim close tune with the infinite, it is said that the most remarkable thing about Ramana Maharshi was that he never claimed anything remarkable for himself, yet became one of the most loved and respected of all.

Objects being touched or used by him were highly valued by his devotees, "as they considered it to be prasad and that it passed on some of the power and blessing of the Guru to them". Also the water which he used to wash his hands was valued. The bathing-water he used became an object for achamaniyam, "sipping drops of water for religious purpose".Sri Ramana strongly discouraged this and constantly reminded people to turn within.

He charged no money, and was adamant that no one ever ask for money (or anything else) in his name;
He never promoted or called attention to himself. Instead, Ramana remained in one place for 54 years, offering spiritual guidance to anyone of any background who came to him, and asking nothing in return.

He considered humility to be the highest quality.

He said the deep sense of peace one felt around a jnani was the surest indicator of their spiritual state, that equality towards all was a true sign of liberation, and that what a true jnani did was always for others, not themselves.

Ramana never promoted any lineage.

His awareness of himself as consciousness was unaffected by this physical transition and it remained continuous and undimmed for the rest of his life.   In Hindu parlance he had `realized the Self',  that is to say, he had realized by direct experience that nothing existed apart from an indivisible and universal consciousness which was experienced in its unmanifest form as beingness or awareness and in its manifest form as the appearance of the universe.

He shared in the communal work and for many years he rose at 3 a.m. in order to prepare food for the residents of the ashram. His sense of equality was legendary. When visitors came to see him - it made no difference whether they were VIPs, peasants or animals - they would all be treated with equal respect and consideration.

His egalitarian concern even extended to the local trees; he discouraged his followers from picking flowers or leaves off them and he tried to ensure that whenever fruit was taken from the ashram trees it was always done in such a way that the tree only suffered a minimum amount of pain.


Throughout this period ( 1925-50) the centre of ashram life was the small hall where Sri Ramana lived, slept and held court. He spent most of his day sitting in one corner radiating his silent power and simultaneously fielding questions from the constant flow of visitors who descended on him from every corner of the globe. He rarely committed his ideas to paper and so the verbal replies given out during this period (by far the most well documented of his life) represent the largest surviving source of his teachings.

These verbal teachings flowed authoritatively from his direct knowledge that consciousness was the only existing reality. Consequently, all his explanations and instructions were geared to convincing his followers that this was their true and natural state.

Few of his followers were capable of assimilating this truth in its highest and most undiluted form and so he often adapted his teachings to conform to the limited understanding of the people who came to him for advice. Because of this tendency it is possible to distinguish many different levels of his teachings.


At the highest level that could be expressed in words he would say that consciousness alone exists. If this was received with skepticism he would say that awareness of this truth is obscured by the self-limiting ideas of the mind and that if these ideas were abandoned then the reality of consciousness would be revealed.

Most of his followers found this high-level approach a little too theoretical - they were so immersed in the self-limiting ideas that Sri Ramana was encouraging them to drop that they felt that the truth about consciousness would only be revealed to them if they underwent a long period of spiritual practice.

To satisfy such people Sri Ramana prescribed an innovative method of self-attention which he called self-enquiry.  He recommended this technique so often and so vigorously that it was regarded by many people as the most distinctive motif in his teachings.

Sri Ramana Maharshi, who has opened up the path of advaita Hindusim of Adi Shankaracharya  ( 2000 BC )  to all people,  is one of the most remarkable sages of the modern era.  

He was the last of the great seers. 



Grace and peace!





Prayer to Lord Ganapathi 
Arunachalavarketha Akshara malai chatha,
Karunakara Ganapathiye Karamaruli kaapaye.                                     
Oh merciful Ganapathi , give a hand and help  me,
To make a garland of letters suitable for Lord Arunachala.

Refrain ( this refrain  has to be chanted after each verse)
Arunachala Siva, Arunachala Siva,
Arunachala Siva, Arunachala Siva,
Arunachala Siva, Arunachala Siva,
Arunachala Siva, Arunachala Siva.

Arunachalamena agame ninaippavar,
Agathai aruppai arunachalane.                                              1
Oh Arunachala, cut of the pride in the minds,
Of those who meditate on Arunachala.
Azhagu sundaram pol agavum neeyum uttha
Binnamay iruppom arunachalaa.                                           2
Oh Arunachala , like the words Azhagu in Tamil,
And Sundaram in Sanskrit mean the same beauty,
Let our mind and you be not different and be same.
Agam pugum theerthu , unnaka guhai chirayai,
Amarvithathen kolo arunachalaa.                                          3
Oh Arunachala , why did you enter in my mind,
Drew me,  made me imprisoned in your mind?
Aarum kavenai yandanai yagathidil,
Akhilam pazhithidum arunachalam.                                      4
Oh Arunachala, after  having drawn the useless me,
If you remove me later, the world would find fault with you.
Ippazhi thappunai yeninai pitha ,
Yini yaar viduvaar arunachalam.                                           5
Oh Arunachala , get rid of this bad name,
Oh Mad one, who would leave you now.
Yeendridum annayir peritharul purivo,
Yidhuvo unadharul Aunachala.                                              6
Oh Arunachala  who is kinder than my mother,
This is indeed your great grace.
Unaye mathi odathulathin mel,
Uruthiyayiruppai Arunachala.                                                7
Oh Arunachala, please change yourself,
And sit firmly on my changing mind.
Oor chuthu ulam vidathu unnai tatangida,
Un azhagai kattu Arunachala.                                                 8
Oh Arunachala , show me your beauty,
So that my mind ,which wanders round becomes firm.
Yenai azhithippo yenai kalava vidil,
Ithuvo vanmai Arunachala.                                                      9
Oh Arunachala, Are you man enough , 
So that  you destroy my ego,
And merge me with yourself?
Yen inda urakkam yenai pirar izhukka,
Ithu unakku azhago, Arunachala.                                           10
Oh Arunachala, Is it pretty for you,
To be asleep when others drag me to things bad?
Iympula kalvar agathinir pugum pothu,
Agathu nee ilayo, Arunachala.                                                 11
Oh Arunachala, Are you not within me,
When the thief of five senses enters within me?                   
Oruvanaam unnai olithavar varuvaar,
Un chootheyidhu, Arunachala.                                                 12
Oh Arunachala, If the one who hides you,
Appear before me, it is only your deceit, Oh God
Omgara porul oppu uyar villoy,
Unai yaar arivaar , Arunachala.                                          13
Oh Arunachala, who is great and incomparable,
Who can claim ever  to know you?
Ouai  pol , yenakku un arulai thandu yenai,
Aluvathu un kadan, Arunachala.                                         14
Oh Arunachala, It is your bounden duty,
To control me after giving your grace , just like my mother.
Kannukku kaanai kannindri kanunai,
Kanuvathu yevar paar , Arunachala.                                     15
Oh Arunachala, you watch over  me yourself,
To  help me see you with the eye of the eyes,
When I am  trying to see you with my  eyes.
Kandham irumb pol kavarndu yennai vidamal,
Kalandhu yennodu iruppai , Arunachala.                              16
Oh Arunachala, be always with me ,
Like the magnet attracting a piece of steel,
And be always merge with me   never leaving me.
Giri uruvagiya kirubai kadale,
Krubai koorndu arulvay, Arunachala.                                    17
Oh Arunachala who is the ocean of mercy,
With the looks of a mountain, please bless me with your grace.
Keezh melengum kilar oli mani yen,
Keezhmayayai paaz chey, Arunachala.                                  18
Oh Arunachala , Who shines like a gem,
In the minds of the great as well as the  base ones,
Destroy this quality of baseness within me.
Kutham uthu aruthennai gunamay paninthal,
Guru uruvay olir , Arunachala.                                               19
Oh Arunachala, destroy all the crimes that I have committed,
And make me pure, through the mouth of the teacher.
Koor vaat kanniyar kodumayir padathu arul,
Koorndu  yennai Cherndhu arul, Arunachala.                        20
Oh Arunachala, Be merciful  with me and bless me,
So that I do not fall in the hooks of the bad ones, with sharp swords.
Kenjiyum vanjiyay konjam irangilai,
Anjel yendru arul, Arunachala.                                                21
Oh Arunachala, like a deceiver you have not shown pity on me,
In spite of my begging, Please tell me , not to be afraid.
Kelathu alikkum un kedil pugazhai,
Kedu cheyyathu arul, Arunachala.                                         22
Oh Arunachala, do not spoil your fame,
Of giving without asking , by not giving to me.
Kaiyinir kaniyul mey rasam kondu uvagai,
Veri kola varurl , Arunachala.                                                23
Oh Arunachala, bless me with the exuberance of happiness,
By using the juice of the truth of the fruit in my hand,
Kodiyittu adiyarai kollunai kkatti ,
Kondu engan vazhven, Arunachala.                                       24
Oh Arunachala , how will I Ever live ,
As a slave to you who kills ,
Without killing his devotees?      
Kopamil gunathoy , kuriyay yenai kola,
Kuray yen cheythen, Arunachala.                                           25
Oh Arunachala , who is never angry,
What great did I ever do , to make you,
Choose me to receive your grace?
Kowthamar pothum karunai maa malaye,
Kadai kanithu aalvay, Arunachala.                                          26
Oh Arunachala , who is the mountain of mercy,
Which is being worshipped by sage Gowthama,
Please see me with your side long glance and bless me.
Chakalamum vizhungum kadir oli ina mana,
Salasa malarthi yidu , Arunachala.                                           27
Oh Arunachala , who is the light that swallows all,
Please make the lotus of  my mind open fully.
Chappadu unnai charndhuna vaayaan,
Santhamay pavan Arunachala.                                                 28
Oh Arunachala, when I approached you for food,
You made me your food and made me peaceful.
Chitham kulira kkathir atham vaitha amudha,
Vaayai thira varun mathi, Arunachala.                                 29
Oh Arunachala, with a view to cool my mind,
Open the nectar like mouth of the bud of my mind.
Cheerai azhithu nirvanamai cheythu arut,
Cheerai alitharul, Arunachala.                                               30
Oh Arunachala, Remove the cloth that covers my mind,
Make me nude and again grace me with your cloth of grace.
Chuka kadal ponga chollunar adanga,
Chumma porunthidanga Arunachala.                                    31
Oh Arunachala, to make my mind ebb with pleasure,
And to make my senses under control , you occupy my mind.
Choothu cheydu yenni chothiyadini un 
Jothi uru kkattu , Arunachala.                                                32
Oh Arunachala, from now on, do not test me by deceit,
And show me your form which shines like a flame.
Cheppadi vithai kkathu ippadi mayakku vittu,
Uru ppadu vithai kkattu , Arunachala.                                   33
Oh Arunachala , do not show the magical shows
To make me completely confused,
And show me that which would build me.
Cherayenin mey neera yurugi kkan,
Neeral azhiven , Arunachala.                                                  34
Oh Arunachala, If you do not unite with me,
I would melt like water and be destroyed by tears.
Chaiyena thallin chey vinai chudum amala,
Uy vagai yethu urai, Arunachala.                                            35
Oh Arunachala , if you push me away with disdain,
Oh pure one , my actions would burn me,
And so tell me how should I live and win.
Chollathu cholli nee , chollara nillendru,
Chumma yirundhay , Arunachala.                                           36
Oh Arunachala, without talking you talked to me,
And told me to stop talking and you kept quite.
Chombiyay chumma sukhamundu urangidir,
Chol very yen gathi, Arunachala.                                            37
Oh Arunachala, If I lazily sleep in pleasure,
Tell me, what other  way to get away is there for me.
Chowriyam kaattinai , chazha kathathu yendre,
Chaliyathu irunday, Arunachala.                                             38
Oh Arunachala, you showed me your prowess                        
And the darkness in me vanished,
And you remained still motion less.
Gnamaliyir kedaa naan yendru uruthi yay,
Nadi nin urave, Arunachala.                                                   39
Oh Arunachala, I am worse than a dog,
For when did I ever steadfastly seek you.
Gnanamillathu , un asayar thalar vara,
Gnanam therithu arul, Arunachala.                                         40
Oh Arunachala, I sought you without wisdom,
But did only get tired because of my desire,
And so grace me with the wisdom to seek you.
Jnimiru po neeyum malarnthilai yendre,
Ner nindaranai , yen arunachala.                                              41
Oh Arunachala, When I as a bee wanted to enter you,
And when I thought that you have not opened  like a bud,
To my surprise  I found you standing in front of me.
Thattuvam theriya thathanai yuthay,
Thathuvam ithu ven, Arunachala.                                                42
Oh my Arunachala , when I did not know the innate philosophy,
You yourself stood before me as the same innate philosophy.
Thane thane thathuvam idanai ,
Thane kattuvai Arunachala.                                                           43
Oh Arunachala , please show and make me realize,
That you ,yourself are the innate philosophy.
Thirumbi yagam thannai dina maga kan kaandu,
Yeriyum yendranai, yen Arunachala.                                             44
Oh my Arunachala, You told me to turn and see,
Within myself ,so that I will know it.
Deeramilakathir thediyum thanayaan ,
Thirumba vuthen arul, Arunachala.                                                 45
Oh Arunachala, by your grace I searched inside ,
Without inner courage and got you again.
Thupparivilla ippira ppen bhayan,
Oppidavaye , yen Arunachala.                                                        46
Oh my Arunachala, what is the use of this birth,
Without the  innate knowledge, and then why,
Should I try to compare it with that of others.
Thooy mana mozhiyar thoyu mun meyygam,
Thoyave yarul yen Arunachala.                                                       47
Oh my Arunachala, please bless me to merge within you,
Before the others with purer mind merge in you.
Dheivam yendru unnai charave , yennai,
Chera vozhithay Arunachala.                                                            48
Oh Arunachala , when I bent towards you,
Thinking you are my God, you pushed me away.
Thedathu uttha na thiru varu nithi yaga,
Thiyakkam theertharul Arunahala.                                                      49
Oh Arunachala, You are the divine treasure,
That I got without searching for it,
And bless me with a stable mind.
Dhairiyamodu mun meyyaga nada yaan,
Thattazhithen arul , Arunachala.                                                         50
Oh Arunachala, when I tried to approach you with courage,
The boat of mine tottered and I  fell down and so bless me.
Thottarut kai mey kattidaa yenil,
Yaan attamaven, arul , Arunachala.                                                      51
Oh Arunachala , If you do not merge in me,
When I extend my hands to touch you,
Then I would become , a useless thing.
Thodamini yagathodu ondri yendrum,
Chandhoda ondirda arul, Arunachala.                                                    52
Oh Arunachala, You who are without flaws,
Merge with me from the inside and grace me,
To merge with the  ever lasting joy , inside you.
Nagaikku ida milai nin nadiya venaiaru ,
Nagai Yittu paar nee arunachala.                                                            53
Oh Arunachala, this is not the time to laugh at me,
Who has sought and approached you but please see me,
After adorning me with your grace.
Nanilai naadita naanayondri nee,
Thanuva niranai arunachala.                                                                    54
Oh Arunachala, without shame you stood like a pillar,
When I came myself,  seeking you, instead of helping me.
Ninneri yerithenai neeragidum mun,
Nin arun mazhai pozhi Arunachala.                                                        55
Oh Arunachala, before I turn to ash due to your burning advice
Rain your nectar like grace on me, please.
Nee naan ara ppuli nithangali mayama,
Nindridu nilay arul Arunachala.                                                             56
Oh Arunachala, destroy the difference between you and me,
And bless me with the state of  ecstasic joy.
Nunn uruvay ninai yaan vinnuru nannida,
Yennalai yirumen ara Arunachala.                                                          57
Oh Arunachala, please cut off my nets of thought,
That prevent me to see your subtle divine form.
Noolarivu ariya pethaiyan yendran,
Malari varuthu arul, Arunachala.                                                            58
Oh Arunachala , grace me by cutting  off my wrong knowledge,
For I am a simpleton who does not have bookish knowledge.
Nekku nekkurugi yaan pukkida unnai puga,
Nakkaha ninranai , Arunachala.                                                                 59
Oh Arunachala, when melting with emotions, I tried to enter you,
As my refuge   but  You stood motionless and naked before me.
Nesa mila yenakkun asayai kaati nee,
Mosam cheyyatharul, Arunachala.                                                           60
Oh Arunachala, Do not forsake  me now .
After showing your desire to me ,  
As  I  was not interested in you earlier.
Naindazhi kaniya nalanilai padathir,
Nadi ut kol nalam, Arunachala.                                                                61
Oh Arunachala, Unripe fruits do not lead to good,
Ripen me and merge me with you.
Nondhida thunthanai thandu yenai kondilai,
Yandaka nee yenakku Arunachala.                                                         62
Oh Arunachala, you are like the God of death me,
As you gave me yourself and painlessly took me within you.
Nokkiye  karuthi mey thakkiye pakkuvam 
Aakki nee aandarul, Arunachala.                                                              63
Oh Arunachala , see me touch me and ripen me,
And then take me and then  rule over me.
Pathi maal vidanthalai yuthiru munamarul, 
Pathida arul puri, Arunachala.                                                                   64
Oh Arunachala, shower your grace and save me,
Before the poison of delusion gets hold of me.
Parthu arun maalara parthilai yenin arul,
Par unakkar cholvar, Arunachala.                                                            65
Oh Arunachala , If you do not see and dispel my illusion,
Who is there , who can request you to do that.
Pithu vittu unai ner pithanakkinai arul,
Pitham theli marundu Arunachala.                                                           66
Oh Arunachala, You cured my mad desire for the world,
And made me mad for you and your grace,
And you are the only medicine to cure this madness.
Bheethiyil unai char, bheethiyil unai cher,
Bheethi undanakka yen, Arunachala.                                                       67
Oh Arunachala , why are you having fear to me joining you,
As I am joining you fearlessly and you are fearless.
Pullari vethurai, nallari vethurai, 
Pullidave arul , Arunachala.                                                                      68
Oh Arunachala, please tell me which knowledge is bad,
And which is good and bless me to shed the bad knowledge.
Poo mana mamanam poorana manam kola ,
Pooranamarul Arunachala.                                                                        69
Oh Arunachala, Bless me with complete knowledge,
For my mind is beset with the scent of this world.
And not the knowledge of  perfection.
Peyar ninaithidave pidithu izhthanai un,
Perumai yaar arivaar Arunachala.                                                              70
Oh Arunachala, You pulled me towards you,
Even when I just brought your name to my mind,
And who can ever aptly tell your greatness?
Peythanam vida , vidaa peyayi pidithanai,
Peyan akkinai yen Arunachala.                                                                  71
Oh my Arunachala , when the devilishness left me,
You firmly caught hold of me like a devil,
And made me mad for you like  a devil.
Painkodi ya naan pathu indri vaadamar,
Pathu kodaay kaa varunachala.                                                                 72
Oh Arunachala, Please be a staff  to support me,
As I am a tender creeper and would wilt , if I do not have a support.
Podiyaan mayaikki yen bodathai parithu un,
Bodathai kattinai Arunachala.                                                                   73
Oh Arunachala , Using the dust to make me loose myself,
And completely steal away my understanding,
You blessed me by showing ,  your knowledge to me.
Pokkum varavumil podu veli yinil arut,
Porattam kattu, Arunachala.                                                                      74
Oh Arunachala, In my mind which is a public road
Where there is no coming and going of thoughts,
Stage and show the clashes of your divine self.
Poudhikama mudar pathu athu nalum mun,
Pavisu kandu uravu arul, Arunachala.                                                      75
Oh Arunachala, cut off my physical attachments,
And grace me with the splendorous sight of yours.
Malai marundhida nee malaithidavo varun,
Malai marunday olir, Arunachala.                                                            76
Oh Arunachala, When you cured me of my disease,
Of confusion about the problems of birth and life,
Why should I bother and so please shine as the mountain of cure.
Manam kondu urubhavar manathai azhitha pin,
Manamillathu olir Arunachala.                                                                  77
Oh Arunachala ,you have destroyed the ego,
Of the people who were suffering from ego,
And please shine as something beyond ego.
Minjidir kenjidum konja vari vaniyaan,
Vanchiyathu arul yenai, Arunachala.                                                         78
Oh Arunachala , I am an ignoramus , who begs,
When some one overwhelms and rules over me,
And so without deceiving me show your grace to me.
Meegaaman illaman maa kathu alai kala,
Magamar katharul, Arunachala.                                                                79
Oh Arunachala, Protect me from this great illusion,
When I am floundering like a ship without helmsman,
And caught amidst, the wind and storm of a storm.
Mudiyadi kaanaa mudi vidu thanai ner,
Mudi vida kada mnilai arul, Arunachala.                                                 80
Oh Arunachala , when I am trying to untie,
The knot of ego like the one  trying to find your head and feet,
Be like a mother and help me to untie the knot.
Mokilam mun kkattu mukurama kadenai ,
THooki anainthu arul, Arunachala.                                                          81
Oh Arunachala , do not show me a mirror,
To point out my absence of nose,
But raise me and hug me tightly.
Meyyagathin manamen mala ranayinaa,
Mey kalathida varul , Arunachala.                                                           82
Oh Arunachala , in the flower bed of my mind,
Within my body , permit me to merge with you.
Men mel thazhindhdu melliyar cherndhu nee,
Menmayuthana yenna, Arunachala.                                                         83 
Oh Arunachala, how is it that you became great,
Even after again and again mixing with the poor and humble
Mai mayanetharun maiyinal unathu ,
Unamai vasamakkinai, Arunahala.                                                            84
Oh Arunachala, after removing the collyrium of ignorant confusion,
By granting me the collyrium of your grace , you made me truly yours.
Mottai yadithennai vetta veliyineel
Nattamadinai yen , Arunachala.                                                                 85
Oh Arunachala, after completely shaving of my ignorant thoughts,
You danced in the empty stadium of my mind.
Moham thavirthun mohama vaithu men,
Moham theeray, yen Arunachala.                                                              86
Oh Arunachala, you removed my attachment to me,
Put in there attachment to you, and by your grace,
Keep that attachment from not vanishing.
Mouniyai karpon malarathirunthaan,
Monamith aamo , Arunachala.                                                                   87
Oh Arunachala , Is it divine silence,
When one is silent and immobile like a stone?
Yavan yen vaayil maninai yatti,
Yen pizhai pozhuthathu , Arunachala.                                                       88
Oh Arunachala, who was it ,who made me good for nothing,
And robbed me of my livelihood?
Yaarumariyadhen madhiyinai marutti ,
Yevar kollai kondathu , Arunachala.                                                           89
Oh Arunachala, who was it that destroyed
My mind’s confusion and robbed me for himself?
Ramanar yendru uraithen , rosam kolathu yenai,
Ramithida cheya vaa, Arunachala.                                                              90
Oh Arunachala, I told it this way because,
I thought that you are one bewitching my mind,
And so without getting angry, make me happy.
Raa pakalilla veru veli veetil,
Ramithuduvom, vaa, Arunachala.                                                              91
Oh Arunachala , let us both enjoy this divine happiness,
In this open house where there is no night or day.
Lakshiyamm vaithu arul asthiram vittanai, 
Bakshithaay prananodu, Arunachala.                                                          92
Oh Arunachala, you shot your arrow at me,  
Keeping correct aim and ate me away along with my soul .
Labha nee ikha para labham mi lenayuthu,
Labham yennuthanaim, Arunachala.                                                            93
Oh Arunachala, what  is  the profit got buy you,
Who is the real profit to those who get you,
By taking me ,  who does nothing here and hereafter.
Varumbadi cholilai, vanden padiyala,
Varundhidan alai vidhi, Arunachala.                                                            94
Oh Arunachala, You only called me near you,
And now I have come, look after me and my problems,
And if you feel sad to do it, it is but  your fate.
Vaa vendru agam pukkun vaazh varul endre yen,
Vaazh vizhunden arul, Arunachala.                                                              95
Oh Arunachala, The moment I came in, when you called,
You entered in to me  and showered your grace,
But I lost my selfish egoistic life.
Vittidir kattamaam vittida thunai uyir,
Vittida yarul puri , Arunachala.                                                                     96
Oh Arunachala, To leave you  is difficult,
So when I leave this world, be with me,
And please bless me to be always with you.
Veedu vitteer thula veedu pukku payya vun,
Veedu kattinai yarul, Arunachala.                                                                 97
Oh Arunachala, you drew me out of my home,
And you entered and occupied the home of my mind,
And showed me, that you are my permanent home.
Veli vitten un cheyal veruthithadathu un arul,
Veli vittu yenai kaa, Arunachala.                                                                   98
Oh Arunachala, I have published your acts now,
But please do not hate me  for that,
And show your grace and then protect me.
Vedanthatte verara vilangum,
Veda porul arul  Arunachala.                                                                         99
Oh Arunachala, please explain to me that ,
Which  is the essence of all Vedas,
And which is explained in Vedantha.
Vaidhalai vazhathaa vaitharut kudiya,
Vaithenai vidathu arul, Arunachala.                                                              100
Oh Arunachala, consider my slanderous words as praise.
And make as an object of grace and look after me always.
Ambuvi laali pola  anpuruvu nilay enai,
Anbaa karaitharul, Arunachala.                                                                      101
Oh Arunachala, like the hail stones melting in rain,
Please merge me in your form of love , as your form is love itself.
Arunai yen drannayana arut kanni patten un,
Arul valai thappumo Arunachala.                                                                    102
Oh Arunachala, as soon as I thought of Arunachala,
I was caught in the net of your grace,
For the net of your grace never makes mistakes.
Chindhithu arut pada Chilandhi pol kkatti,
Cirayittu undanai , Arunachala.                                                                       103
Oh Arunachala, after great thought you spun a spider’s web,
Imprisoned me and then took me within you.
Anpodu un namange , anbar tham anbarukku,
Anbanayida varul , Arunachala.                                                                        104
Oh Arunachala, please make me the friend,
Of the friend of  a friend of one who chants your name with love.
Yen polum dhenarai yin pura kkathu nee,
Yennalum vazhandharul Arunachala.                                                                105
Oh Arunachala , you please kindly protect the oppressed ones,
Like me and continue to live forever.
Yenpurukanpar tham yin chorkkal cheviyumen,
Pun mozhi kol varul, Arunachala.                                                                      106
Oh Arunachala, who hears the sweet words ,
Of devotees who melt to the chore on singing of him,
Be pleased to accept the poor words of mine too.
Poumayam poo thara pun cholai nan cholap,
Poruthirulishtam pin , Arunachala.                                                                  107
Oh Arunachala who is a mountain of patience,
When I tell poor words about you make them good,
As per your wish and please pardon me. 
Malai alitharul Arunachala, Ramana ven,
Malai aninthu arul Arunachala.                                                                        108
Oh Arunachala Ramana, please give me a garland and then 
Please wear the garland composed by me.



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76 comments:

  1. Dear Captain,

    A blazing start.

    Looking forward to the continuation :)

    Grace and Peace,

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  2. Hi Capt.Ji,

    As swami Vivekananda said, "True search for the god begins from an atheist" but with an open questy mind.
    Not like present day atheists who blindly believes that no god exists.

    The leftist atheist people are more blind believers than any other thiests.

    thanks,
    Mahesh

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  3. Captain. after reading all your blogs, when i walk down the street here in the US and Canada, or when i go into a meeting to meet one of these american/ canadian/ UK customers, earlier, i used to go with a feeling of submissiveness that iam in their land and that they are a more advanced race. after reading your blogs, i now go in with a dominating gaze and straight eyes almost as if telling them 'you are doing well because your country is rich and your country is rich only because it spent the last 100 years stealing knowledge, gold, diamonds, money from India! and now you and your meat eating brain fried white friends who cannot think beyond their barbeques and monday night footballs and your ford trucks are enjoying! but tide will turn my friend'..
    i owe this to you Captain,,i owe it to you.

    two words to say to you: Jai Hind

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    1. Raja,

      As a true Hindu, you should go with the knowledge that your clients are the same as you. Same Soul in everybody. It's always a few rouges who changed the course of History of nations. You don't need to take revenge with your clients. It's because of them you are making a living and their technology Captain is writing a blog on.

      You should put behind the history and deal your business and life with a universal spirit.

      If you really care about our History and India, then you should start doing something about it. How about sponsoring education for a poor kid in India or donating some money for Ramakrishna Mutts etc..,

      Their Barbeques and Foot ball is what the ultimate material achievements can take you. Their religion does not take them beyond that. You should pity them and try to improve your own spirituality and if possible spread some light.

      Hating anybody does not improve anything back in India. If possible spread some light.

      Finally whatever Captain says has no effect on reality of India. The fact remains, we are poor nation where scores of homeless and sometimes naked people sleep in front of railway stations and bus stands, even after 65 years of Independence. Spirituality or the ancient knowledge does not help change the reality, unless you take the first step.

      There is no reason to proud of India until there are children who sleep hungry, die of disease or sold to Sheikh in Arab.

      Tide won't turn, until you take your first step like Captain did.

      Don't be proud of our history, try to bring back the glory, then we all will proud of you.

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    2. hi prawin,

      does raja say anywhere that he HATES christians?

      he just said that he has shed a deep rooted inferiority complex.

      and this precisely is the aim of my blogsite --

      TO MAKE INDIANS PROUD OF WHO THEY ARE.

      800 years of slavery cannot be formatted in 65 years -- especially when our present leaders are all "LOBBIED UP" by our old foreign masters.

      is there any minister in UPA who can come on TV and say "MY LOYALTY IS TO THE MY MOTHERLAND AND NOT TO THE ITALIAN QUEEN BEE AND HER NOT SO BRIGHT SON"

      the day he says that , he with be another jagan mohan reddy -- in jail--

      -- whose father YSR was allowed to steal and convert andhra hindus into christianity using state funds.

      here, father stole and son is in jail. what a joke.

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    3. How long will the charities, NGOs will go on giving bread but not teach them how to earn their bread ?

      Raja, Have you ever seen a Sikh begger ? Have you seen a Japanese begger ? Either community takes care of them or the nation has some plans for the helpless.

      In Hinduism, charity is one of the acts of purification or religious obligations, but I think this is misunderstood.In my view, Dropping a coin in a begger's bowl in front of a temple is not charity. In one way, you want beggers to exist so that you can drop a coin and feel good karma.

      IMHUnderstanding, In the olden days, we did not have a begging culture or class like today's. There were sanyasi's who used to keep nothing and beg for nothing but just one simple meal. And people used to feel lucky to serve them. So, real charity was done to the Brahmins, with cows and lands, because they did not have anything and they are not supposed to work for a living. They are supposed to carry on the religious, temple routines. They are not supposed to work, because they have to stay out of spell of Maya and ego clashes daily life brings.

      Now, poverty(which creates beggers) exist in India because of Sonia, Mayawati, YSR and his son and the likes need these poor people so that they can donate a sari or throw a 500Note just two days before the elections or to convert them to Christianity.

      "Gharibi Hatao is not same as Gharibeeon ko Airport ke aas paas se Bhagao".

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  4. Captain, thank you for your valuable response.

    Prawin- Understand your perspective, I do not have any hatred towards christians. In fact, my first love was a Malloo Christian girl whom I still love in my heart but in a nice way. Like capt said, my inferiority complex has vanished since reading his blogs. that is all. When I say a white man, a white man could also be a muslim or a christian or atheist. I do not have anything against christians but against this hegemonic US and white man's government acting as the global police fighting wars everywhere, and looting other nations just because they have nothing original of their own! Name one thing that is original american, pizza? hahaha..heineken beer? hahahaha

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  5. Hi Prawin, let me add a little more here. I understand there is poverty in India, there is suffering, there is hunger etc. but what we dont have in india is mental suffering. a poor beggar suffers for want of material needs like food shelter or clothes but he or she, if you go and ask him 'my poor beggar, what do u want?' 99% OF Indian beggars will say this 'i pray to God he relieves me of this suffering, i hope i pass on from this world'! see! this is the India that captain is praising in his blogs, even the commonest poor beggar is askign for 'MOKSHAM' or enlightement. So in fact this beggar is more mentally rich than the poor white people who are materially rich but living in dysfunctional societies filled with child molesters, incest and every 1 month or so, we hear some guy went into some college or school and gunned down 6-7 yr old childrren!. Take for eg in US, If the 911 number stops working, within 3 hours there will mayhem in the society. in india, the police is sleeping, but do you see any looting taking place? no! this is progress my friend! not the poverty you see in the railway stations and streets. this poverty is just proof that Indians are far more spiritually advanced race than rest of the world and that we are nearer to God thn rest and hence God is putting us through all these trials and tribulations. Ever wonder when you get near the main diety of the temple, everyone goes crazy and slap their heads or cheeks and become almost crazy looking? that is the effect of getting nearer to God, and that is exactly what is happening in the Indian society, we are nearing God inching closer and hence you will see all these corruption and poverty happening but rest assured, when the Kalki avatar comes and the world clock is reset, India will come out as the superior race!

    In captain's words, GRACE AND PEACE!

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    1. Raja,

      In Hinduism they say, that when you do act of charity with right hand, don't even let your know left hand know about it. But, here I am compelled to tell about my experience from last Sunday during Narayana Seva from Ramakrishna Seva Samithi. We a bunch of guys on three bikes went to feed a few homeless people in our town. I am new to this but they were doing this for seven years every Sunday. They are found sometimes in an abandoned Pan Shop Dabbas, middle of the road, in front of Churches, foot paths ,under the bridges etc..,

      The ground reality is "Nobody asked for MOKSHA.." they asked for clothes, Danth Manjan, water or bed sheets, apart from simple food( rice, aloo curry and sambar) we served.

      Please don't imagine things. Poverty is a sin and shame of a country. We have no right to call our selves "developing nation" or "developed nation" as long as there is even one beggar.

      Spirituality does not work that way. Hunger and poverty does not take you to GOD. Even Buddha got enlightened only after he took a bowl of curd rice., before that he tried to torture his body.

      You got confused a beggar and Sanyasi. Beggars are bye product of our losing social values and social structure, politics etc, where elders are left to die without any support and children who run-away but cannot return, people with mental problems. They have zilch idea about MOKSHA. For them MOKSHA is there next miracle meal. They are just born in a one hell-of-a-nation. If Hell exists, this is it.

      Sanyasi become beggers by choice and often you will recognize them when you find a true one. There may be some fake ones too.

      Every dog, Every plant and Every Man, Woman and Child born in India, they are all Indians. The state has a responsibility to them, not charities, temples and NGOs. They exist because the Government failed.

      Raja, reality is harsh. Don't feed your ego with our glorious Indian history whether in science, sprituality or prosperity. Get real, be happy for you what you got and give the best work for your clients. Being humble is not same as being submissive. Show respect to them. Work is a form of worship, if you offer it to GOD. Realize your own-self and Get rich, super rich, don't be shy to get rich, start a company or innovate something, employee some people. IMHO, "Entrepreneurship is charity of the highest level". You don't feed somebody just for one lunch or throw a tenner and forget. If you hire a father, you support his entire family. His kids go to school and his wife has something to cook and they can pay rent.

      Raja, You will never know Kalki even if he comes. Because he will silently execute his "divine" plans. He might work like water under a carpet. He will neither have a temple nor a puja. Don't expect him to make a flash in a "White spaceship with a light Saber". Don't ask me how I know. I researched about HIM immensely, consulted with many people on the subject, read some puranas about him. Like you, I really want him to come and save India and our Dharma left by our "Beautiful Minds" of the past.

      Best regards,
      Prawin

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    2. hi pravin,

      A MAN WHO IS PROUD OF HIMSELF AND HIS GLORIOUS PAST WILL NEVER BEG , NOR WILL HE ALLOW HIS CHILDREN TO BEG.

      being proud of yourself is NOT ego.

      people who have NIL skills and experience in man management have written books on it and this BULLSHIT is what is being taught in HR and management colleges.

      --- we produce managers , not leaders.

      --- inventories are managed , men are lead.

      --- animals are trained, men are mentored.

      i am telling this after leading men ( from all parts of the world ) in most dangerous conditions , for more than 3 decades.

      punch into google search

      BLUE OCEAN LEADERSHIP VADAKAYIL

      and

      CHANGE MANAGEMENT VADAKAYIL

      and

      TIME MANAGEMENT VADAKAYIL

      within 2 hours you will have more insight on being a leader of men , than any HOT SHOT from any management school on this planet.

      read above para twice.

      i could have written a book and charged money -- it is FREE !

      i close this subject here.

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  6. Hey Captain,
    thanks for yet another amazing article!!

    After reading this I was curious to know about Paramhans Yogananda, was he also an enlightened soul in the recent times?

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    1. hi jai,

      In 1920, Yogananda went to the United States aboard the ship City of Sparta, as India's delegate to an International Congress of Religious Liberals convening in Boston— he found fame and comfort there , and he never came back.

      Yogananda was the first Hindu teacher of yoga to spend a major portion of his life in America, from 1920—1952— 33 years , till he died.

      Hence he is an American product who had celebrity disciples. He was an educated BA graduate from the Univeristy of Calcutta.

      He neither had a raised Kundalini nor was he a seer.

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    2. Thanks for the insight :)

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  7. Dear Captain,
    For a past few months i have notice hair loss in my left leg above the ankle. I have read few articles in internet and some of it prescribed it as thyroid or age factor. I'm 35 now and i don't wear socks very often.I know this is not a problem but worried later it will cause something serious ( i'm very attached to my body ). Is this something serious? Any remedies that i can try out to stop this? I have read the pussy cream method but need a advise from you first sir.

    2. I have read an article yesterday where a large asteroid with the destructive power of an H-bomb is fast approaching the earth closest to a distance around 27000 km this coming feb 15th. Is this the marthanda stone which passes through earth every 3600 years and will it cause any disaster?

    Thank you

    rajan

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    1. hi rajan,

      As testosterone levels drop you're at risk for developing hypogonadism---a condition in which the body doesn't produce enough testosterone. Loss of body hair--- including ankles, feet, legs, chest, or back, erectile dysfunction, and loss of interest in sex are signs of low testosterone levels.

      Hair grows from a follicle under your skin. Poor circulation can interfere with your hair follicles' normal operation. Ankle hairs eventually die and fall out but a new hair should begin growing in the same follicle; you normally don't notice this normal hair growth process.

      Hair follicles receive nutrients from your bloodstream---poor blood flow can inhibit follicle function and hair growth. Blood constriction could be even the way you sit on a chair at work.

      Lack of activity can also cause decreased circulation. Take a 30 minute walk 5 days a week; but make sure to wear loose socks ( no rubber bands ) and comfortable low-top walking shoes.

      Put your feet up; when you're sitting at home elevate your feet---above your heart---to increase circulation to your feet and ankles. Enlist someone to massage your ankles while your feet are elevated---massage increases circulation.

      NO MARTHANDA IS A BINARY STAR, FROM WHERE DNA VIA SHIVA LINGAM BLACK METRORITE STONES HAVE BROUGHT LIFE ON EARTH.

      The Samudra Manthan alludes at a MACRO scale to the pull of Marthanda. I have put a video of the precession of equinox —watch it at the bottom of this post. Punch into Google search SAMUDRA MANTHAN AGAIN ON 21ST DEC 2012 VADAKAYIL

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  8. Capt,
    You have touched the heart.
    One will feel the grace and peace at Ramanashram, that's what keeps me going back again and again.
    I have been reading Ramana for 15+ years and still was able to read many new things from your article. Salute Sir.
    -Venkat, Chennai

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  9. Prawin, thank you for your valuable insights

    Captain, once again, this blog on ramana maharishi is perhaps my most favorite blog of yours. I hail from Tiruvannamalai myself and the link to Aksharamanamalai you provided on your blog has literraly changed my life bringing back flooding memories of my childhood days.
    GRACE AND PEACE!

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    1. hi raja,

      I HAVE INCLUDED THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE LYRICS.

      Palaniswami and party used to go into town to beg for food for the small group of devotees, and one day they asked Ramana Maharshi for a devotional song to sing as they went,or they had to clap their hands at every door, which made their hands pain.

      He replied that there were plenty of sublime songs composed by the Saints, many of them neglected, so there was no need to compose a new one.

      However, Palaniswami urged him and one day Ramana set out on pradakshina round the Hill, taking a pencil and paper with him, and, on the way, composed the hundred and eight verses.

      Tears of ecstasy streamed down his face as he wrote, sometimes blinding his eyes and choking his voice.

      The poem became the great devotional inspiration of the devotees.

      All the pain of longing and all the bliss of fulfilment are mirrored in its glowing symbolism.

      The perfection of Knowledge is combined with the ecstasy of devotion. And yet this most heartfelt of poems was composed from the standpoint of the devotee, of one who is still seeking.

      It is also an acrostic, its hundred and eight verses beginning with the successive letters of the Tamil alphabet.

      Nevertheless, no poem could be more spontaneous.

      108 is the number of beads in every rudraksha mala and is a divine number , connected to the Sri yantra.

      His devotees asked Sri Bhagavan the interpretation of some of the verses and he replied:

      -- "You think it out and I will too. I didn't think while I was composing it; I just wrote as it came."

      Sun's diameter is 108 times that of the earth. The distance between the Earth and Sun is 108 times the diameter of the Sun .

      The average distance of the Moon from the Earth is 108 times the diameter of the Moon.

      Taking the mean distance between the earth and the Sun , and dividing it by the diameter of the Sun the result is 108.

      The Indian seers knew this 11000 years ago.

      In astrology 12 rashis and 9 navagrahas multiply to 108.

      There are 108 upanishads.

      Nataraja's cosmic dance has 108 Bharatanatyam poses. Ayurveda and Kalari talks about 108 marmas.

      Shiva, Ganesha and Krishna has 108 names. The 108 th and heaviest element in the periodic table is Hassium ( 108 protons ) bases on 54 yin-yang of the Sri yantra ( triple intersections ) and the 54 Sanskrit alphabets. The rest are too short lived


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  10. aWESOME Cap, your latest comments are awesome. thank you very much for the valuable knowledge

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  11. Great post Ajit Ji..!!

    Ajit I wanted to know which school is best in Mumbai to send our children's?
    since most of the schools here are based on the principal's of Christianity. they are kind of propagating their religion on to innocent children.
    My Niece is going in one of the Christian school and she is not allowed to wear dhaaga on wrist or wear any kind of ornaments which is against the laws of Christianity.
    This school's don't teach any moral or life values to students, they are just taught to compete in this world. That's why they are becoming rude and manners-less.
    Sir kindly guide me in to this matter.
    I have completed my education in Gujarati Medium school which I am still proud of because I got to learn Sanskrit, Yoga etc. But today English is gaining more and more emphasis so I am looking for a school like mine who can teach students Yoga, Shlokas etc with English Education.

    Looking forward to hear from you.!!

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    1. hi varun,

      till 5th standard i studied in a catholic school.

      till 3rd in an anglo indian girls school , solely made for the ANGREZ KA AULADS .

      generally these schools do NOT force you to study CATECHISM. this is compulsory on for Catholics.

      rest studied MORAL SCIENCE -- which is good as it teaches good values.

      in between of course there would be a corny lesson, like how a big tree fell on an indian house and how 12 indians could not move the tree and then a KIND but strong white catholic man came and helped them , and how the weakling brown indian hindus were so grateful BLAH BLAH.

      you need to put your children in ENGLISH MEDIUM CBSE schools , which must be selected based on convenience and school fame.

      don't go for vernacular medium for your male child as the future will be highly competitive

      The best jobs ( unless you have a family business or your daughter intend to be house maker ) will have competitive exams , and the medium is english for written as well as orals.

      on my ship i never cared is my officers were NOT proficient in english. but then today's world is different.

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  12. Hi Capt,

    I believe the world wont continue like this for long.
    Yes, the world is competitive but once it reaches saturation where nothing more to look forward in the material world.
    So people will start looking beyond materialism.
    This will be the stopping point for the "Bullish growth" system.
    A stable,sustainable and moderate lifestyle will evolve eventually. And character building will be the key focus.

    The current lifestyle must stop.. It is not giving satisfaction to anyone..
    After building so much of wealth people are still not happy !!

    thanks,
    Mahesh

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  13. Ajit ji, Please write about seperation of Sikhism from Hinduism. When Guru Teg Bahdur ji said "dhar dijiye dharm na chhoriye", I beleive he referred to Hinduism and not to a seperate Sikh religion.

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    1. hi yogesh,

      probably i will write a piece on maharaja ranjit singh -- the hero of the sikhs.

      not many sikhs know today that maharaja ranjit singh was poisoned which caused a killer stroke.

      nor do they know the DIRTY conspiracy of jew rothschild ( owner of british east india company ) in finishing off the descendant and looting the wealth in 4 years flat ---

      -- Maharaja Kharak Singh, Maharaja Nau Nihal Singh, Maharani Chand Kaur, Maharaja Sher Singh and finally the boy Duleep Singh,

      -- who was reduced to playing with british kids in london in exchange for the kohinoor diamond ( the dowry received by lord Krishna also known as syamantakam ).

      sikh history has been written by jew rothschild's.

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      Guru Nanak was a saint who went to Mecca.
      In those days pilgrims from India would be forced to show their willie to prove that they are circumcised and thus muslim, and the punishment was beheading — as they were worried about the black shiva lingam.

      When Guru Nanak died Hindus and Muslims fought for the body to be cremated/ buried –and finally the body went missing and a basket of flowers was divided to cremate/ bury.

      All the descendant gurus of Guru Nanak were persecuted and tortured by the Mughals.

      Guru Gobind Singh , the 10th and last guru, started Sikhism before his death in 1708, passing the Guruship of the Sikhs to the Eleventh and Eternal Guru of the Sikhs, the Guru Granth Sahib.

      This book Adi Granth was first compiled by the fifth Sikh guru, Guru Arjan Dev (1563–1606), from hymns of the first five Sikh gurus and other great saints, including those of the Hindu and Muslim faith.

      This book was revised with Guru Tegh Bahadur's and Guru Gobind’s thoughts.

      The original book was lost in 1762, when the Mughals killed 35000 sikhs ( nearly 35% 0f the total number ).

      Ahmad Shah Durrani's army returned to the capital of Lahore with 60 cartloads of Sikh heads and more than a thousand Sikhs in chains.

      The holy book you see today is a duplicate produced at Damdama Sahib by Bhai Mani Singh
      Guru Gobind Singh gave the name Singh ( lion ) and Kaur ( lioness ).

      The concept of God in Sikhism is same as Advaita Hinduism —it is a unseen force .
      "Ik Onkar"(one God), is a central tenet of Sikh philosophy. Sikhs believe that God prevails in everything.

      “ Ik onkar satinam karta purakhu nirbhau nirvair akal murat ajuni saibhan gurprasad”

      One Universal Creator God, The Name Is Truth, Creative Being Personified, No Fear, No Hatred, Image Of The Timeless One, Beyond Birth, Self Existent, By Guru's Grace.


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  14. Capt, like you mentioned before, the sikhs are the jewel of our nation's culture. They are probably the only community who for ages are still maintaining their unique identity in terms of the turban and the beard. Here, whenever i go to a gurudwara, i feel so much at peace, i feel so much a part of a family. Gurudwaras are the only place where food is offered free for all (langars). Amazing!

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    1. hi raja,

      the poor sikhs do NOT even know how the mighty sikh empire of the great maharaja ranjit singh disintegrated.

      full of bravery and valour --

      -- but they have been so easily fooled by rothschild, the owners of british east india company.

      ULLU BANAYA!

      after i write this, couple of tall sikh heroes and heroines will bite the dust.

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  15. Captain,

    Your insights are divine, I have learnt so much from your blog, and have a new perspective on on our culture and history.

    I wish you would publish in a book, for the sake of the youth of our country who, like me in younger days, have been either not told and were unaware of our achievements since Vedic times, or have been fed a false distorted version of history.

    It is no wonder then that our country is in the state it is. From being dharmic people, many of us have degenerated into crooks, criminals and rapists, having lost touch with our roots and inner selves.

    When even today we are taught Hindu "mythology", is there nobody left to say this is NOT mythology, as is now being proved. Recently Rashid Alvi taunted Rajnath Singh on his Kumbh mela visit. I am sure you see this attempt to belittle our dharm and beliefs happening with regular frequency, particularly from the so-called secularists. Shamefully, these include ignorant Hindus. This happens because nobody stands up to challenge these ignorants.

    I believe that a start must be made, and a great start would be to author true history, and make it available to all. I can't think of anybody better than you yourself. You are blessed with a writing style that is very powerful.

    Please do think about this. Even better, if you know of other scholars like you, get them involved in this project. Otherwise I see little hope in the present scenario, unless God himself intervenes.

    Finally, two requests. One, I would like to read an article from you on the Siddha tradition. Second, on the evolution of the Sikh religion, as a reader above has also requested. As Sikh myself, I would find your insights very interesting, particularly since I have a perspective that may be somewhat different to that propagated by the current dispensation.

    Many thanks again for your enlightening revelations.

    Pardy

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  16. Hi Ajit,

    I have been reading your blogs for a very long time now.
    I thank you for bringing a new piece of information to light everyday.

    I quest you to write about Dwaitha philosophy, proposed by Sri Madhwacharya.

    Regards,
    Sumana

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    1. hi sumana,

      punch into google search -- PROUD TO BE HINDU PROUD TO BE INDIAN VADAKAYIL

      at the end of the post i have explained DWAITA philosophy.

      none of the hindus , including vivekananda has understood this properly.

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  17. Hello Captain,

    Ramana Maharshi is not the last seer.

    We have His Holiness Swami Virajeshwara (also called Hamsa Swami) in Anusoni village, Tamilnadu. He lives in a very simple Ashram called Hamsa Ashrama. He is not pretentious and guides only serious seekers and does not profess himself as a realized master not accepts disciples. Neither does he have any interest in creating a Spiritual institution.

    Swami's teachings resonate very strongly with Ramana Maharshi's.

    Some of his devotees lovingly say, Ramana Maharshi showed Arunachala Siva, but Hamsa Swami leads to Anusoni Siva.

    HH the Swami has shunned publicity and keeps it that way. He is a realized Adwaiti who guides based on his own experience and not from books or with entertaining examples like other Swamis.

    True Seers are rare. But nevertheless, they are there even today.

    Many people, including undeserving ones like me can vouch for the INTENSE Spiritual experiences we have gained from every interaction with the Swami. We could have never got such experiences ourselves! Even when we have just visited his Ashramam and returned without meeting him we have experienced peace and clarity. The place itself, because of Swami, carries great Spiritual vibes. There are times, I have had bad thoughts in mind and had to return back from the Ashram gates for I did not have the moral courage to enter. Something stopped me. It shook me from the inside and kicked me out. But whenever I have surrendered and went past, I have come out with never before Spiritual experiences and I can confidently say it was inner cleansing.

    I do not want curious folks to read this comment and crowd at Anusoni. That is not my intention and I know you have a lot of readers. So, can you kindly delete this comment. I am writing because I am an avid reader of you blogs. I can safely claim I have read every blog of yours. I just wanted you to know about the Swami.

    Please delete the comment.

    Many Thanks and my respects to you forever.

    Pradeep

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    1. hi pradeep,

      i have heard of this US returned IBM scientist.

      this means he is wise and well learned .

      ramana maharshi hardly had any education.

      remember any EGO LESS person is a channel .

      an example of an ego less animal is a cow. if a cow sits on the middle of the road, it is NOT afraid of a truck hurtling towards it.

      all other animals will run away.

      you can hug a cow in times of deep distress and get centred.

      mata amritananda mayi is ego less-- and she has hugged 33 million people.


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  18. Thanks Capt.

    Can a person become ego less without realization?

    Pradeep.

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  19. hi pradeep,

    my younger son is 18 years old.

    he has NIL ego.

    i have put a post on him before --

    punch into google search THE BULLY VADAKAYIL

    being a captain for 3 decades, i needed a BIG ego, which was attached to my chair-- to run a tight and safe ship.

    i had everybody on a tight leash , the length of the leash depends on his performance .

    poor attitude sailors were on one toe, with NIL length of leash, hanging by a hook on their nostrils.

    yes i allowed my young colts to run free. if a young race horse's morale is crushed it can never be a jackpot winner. it is about human spirit.

    i cant let down my crew who look up to me for strong ( not mean ) leadership.

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  20. Hi capt.
    Who is a seer? what knowledge does he have except the knowledge of God?? Can a seer win a debate with a physicist or any educated young professional!!!

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    1. hi vv,

      All our Vedic Maharishis with raised kundalini, 12 strand DNA and king sized pineal glands were seers.

      Seers have a gift of connecting with akashik records, and tapping into the field of consciousness. A seer is a remote viewer and can see information encoded in quantum fluctuation .


      A seer is NOT a mere medium or a channel . A prophet is just a teacher of known truth and need NOT be a seer.

      A seer is a perceiver of hidden truth. A seer has 6th sense, ESP and intuition. They are clairsentient and are sensitive to energy.

      an educated man and a physicist is dirt under the finger nail of a seer who has a fractal mind , who can expand his 5 sense bands , and see complex math as spherical trigonometry, cross link his senses like seeing music etc.

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  21. Dear captain Bhai
    What you said about hugging the Cow( Gau Ma Ji) in times of distress is absolutely a heart felt reality at many a times.

    There was one Desi Gau Ma ji who used to visit me at the same early morning time, each day for almost a year plus. That year was probably the worst time of my Life, i was in deep sh--; but she gave me so much of comfort, she had huge sharp horns but i could always trustfully give her a hard rub (massage) each day....used to feed her.
    And twice when i hugged her, i cried and later when i moved away from her~ i could clearly see her crying as well. Tears rolling down her eyes........... i can never forget those moments of my Life. Most blissful, most divine.
    Pranaam.

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    1. hi ss,

      you will NRVER get this feeling with the western cow WITHOUT a hump.

      indian cows with hump are holy.

      our cows give A2 milk . agnihotra can be done only with ghee made out of A2 milk.

      A1 milk given by western cows are toxic and give several serious diseases.

      the west has realised all this.

      today the punganur cow is alost extinct as the foreigners come to but the cow parts (embryos ) for genetic engineering.

      in new zealand they mark milk cartons containing A2 milk.

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  22. Sir,

    What is your opinion on Sathya Sai Baba? Have you written any blog on him too?

    Rgds
    Padmanabhan

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    1. ho pr,

      punch into google search-

      SAI BABA EXPOSED VADAKAYIL

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  23. Yes Dear Captain Bhai i absolutely agree.

    For our Dev Sthaan pujan(also agnihotra) and kitchen we only use Ghee from PATHMEDA. A2 is a news for me. would check.
    There is also the mahimaa attached to lighting and offering a Desi Cow Ghee ( Indian hump cows) to our deities. there is an absolutely different magical aura to it, the power is felt in the whole house.

    I would be waiting for your detailed version on Prarabdha Karma and its dissolution, as requested earlier.
    Thanks for everything,
    Pranaam.

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  24. I read autobiography of a yogi few years back and I regretted reading it. This book is trying to hypnotise people on the basis of some chamatkaras. I went into severe depression because of that book and it took me 2 years to come out of that. What it was I cannot express properly bt it was a big block in my spiritual journey

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    1. hi vv,

      read my posts on hinduism and it will format your corrupted mind.

      this is the reason why i started this blog, to help people who are sinking in their own minds.

      This AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGI book by Paramahamsa Yogananda , had a preface by German Jew Walter Yeeling Evans-Wentz of the Madame Blavatsky theosophical society cult group.

      Punch into Google search-

      MADAME HELENA PETROVNA BLAVATSKY, A CON WOMAN WHO CHANGED THE COURSE OF WORLD HISTORY VADAKAYIL.

      Wentz was in cahoots with poet YB Yeats .

      Rothschild had got this poet to inject Tagore’s Gitanjali – the group of poems which got the Nobel prize with the few lines of the NEW WORLD ORDER “where the mind is without fear, unwalled horizons , let my country awake ” blah blah .

      Evans-Wentz spent his last months at Yogananda's Self-Realization Fellowship in Encinitas, California and died in July, 1965.

      Author Yogananda was the first Hindu teacher of yoga to spend a major portion of his life in America. He lived there from 1920—1952.

      Yogananda’s aim, which made him so dear to the west was – “To reveal the complete harmony and basic oneness of original Christianity as taught by Jesus Christ and original Yoga as taught by Bhagavan Krishna; and to show that these principles of truth are the common scientific foundation”

      Yogananda claims in the Autobiography to have initiated Illuminati Gandhi into kriya yoga in 1935.

      Yogananda asserted that Jew Winston Churchill was the reincarnation of Napoleon.

      The yogi further foresaw a Third World War, around the 1970s, to spread communism throughout “much of the free world.” What does an Indian Guru have to do with Communism,unless he is manipulated by Rothschild?

      In this context you must read my post –

      punch into google search-

      COMMUNISM AND THE JEWS , MAO TSE TUNG AND ROTHSCHILD FUND VADAKAYIL

      Daya Mata was placed into Yogananda's organization to become successor as part of a Free Masonic design.

      If one is to compare the historical formation of three American "religions" - Mormonism, Jehova's Witnesses, and SRF, one can easily discern the invisible hand of Freemasonry.

      SRF is the official organization founded in 1920 by Paramahansa Yogananda.
      The strongest Masonic connection to SRF was with Brahmachari Jotin / Swami Premananda who was a 32nd degree Mason.

      Yogananda's telling various women that he was their husband in a previous incarnation is also well known.

      Yogananda often called himself a re-incarnation of William "the Conqueror".

      what is all this?

      is this a hindu yogi?

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  25. thanks for this ....

    U have a valuable description about ramana maharshi

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  26. Dear Captain,
    Why did Ramanar suffer from Sarcoma before his death..? Can this happen without negetive Karma..? This flies on the face of well established Dharmic principle which in my understanding says final liberation is not possible before the fruits of Karma has been exhausted..Shoudn't liberation encompass overall well-being including the physical aspect..? Also, how can animals devoid of paramathma achieve enlightenment..?

    Thanks,
    Naveen

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    1. Dear Captain,
      Eagerly awaiting your reply.

      Thanks,
      Naveen

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    2. hi n,

      your carcass is like clothes.

      when you dies you just shed your carcass.

      you shed your clothes-- took a bath --and then put on fresh clean clothes, right?

      no man can live too long.

      this ensures CHANGE .

      CHANGE is good as otherwise the planet will become EVIL and selfish.

      some people with think having a skin disease is a big misfortune.

      ask him if he wants to put his misfortune in a tablola roller cage, and take a new one, he will never agree.

      a blind man will say--so what i am blind-- at least i can jerk off to my imgination.

      the impotent man will say-- which should i become blind-- i can see so many good things. see today morning i saw my neighbour's wife's tits.

      you come naked to the world -- you go naked.

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  27. Hello capt.
    Was Ramana maharishi a devotee of Lord Shiva?? What was his way of attaining self enlightenment??
    People used to call him Bhagwan because he had realised the true self through deep meditation!! So did he also had All the powers of the God himself??
    Regards!

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    1. hi sk,

      he was a devotee of shiva.

      no-- he was NOT god--

      he was just a pure soul-- who achieved moksha while alive.

      some healers and holy men are mere channels.

      they buried him-- he was NOT cremated.

      punch into google search-

      MOKSHA , THE FINAL STOP TO ENDLESS CYCLE OF EARTHLY SOJOURNS VADAKAYIL

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    2. Sir,
      In Tamil nadu and in my family, vallalar swamigal is very much revered...many follow his suggested diet practises...ur opinion on him sir.
      Thanks

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    3. hi g,

      yes- he was a great tamil poet.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpsG-nv5JOg

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  28. Hello capt.
    What say? Awaiting your reply....!!
    Regards:)

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    1. Hi Seema Kapoor,
      Ramana Maharshi is never claimed that he is a god.He has not shown any miracles like many Babas.
      You need to study very carefully of each sentence of Captains blog.
      Ramana Maharshi very well distinguished between body & soul.
      Please read about Moksha theory before reading about Ramana maharshi.
      Understanding Ramana Maharshi is not an easy task.
      If you have faith in Hindu sanatana dharm, punarjanm theory and Moksha theory, it will be easy to understand Ramana maharshi.


      Regards,
      Raja

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  29. Namo Ramana,
    An Opportunity to soak yourself in Ramananjali Music, Meditate on Arunachala and Express the joyous creativity.

    A Unique and Vast Contest and Fest - cross Nationalities, In 8 languages, ‘Every Family-Every Talent-Every Age’ from 1 to 101

    Ramana Maharshi Centre for Learning, Bengaluru is holding a Global Online Contest and Fest in connection with Ramananjali’s 500th public offering and the centenary of the composition of Bhagavan’s Aksharamanamalai

    events.ramanacentre.com
    ra-info@ramanacentre.com

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  30. Hi Ajitji,

    In the preface of the book “A Search in Secret India” by Paul Brunton

    “Two of these sages have made the most profound impression on me: one is the Maharishee of Arunachala, who has crossed the threshold of death; the other is Shri Shankara Acharya of Kanchi,* who is the spiritual leader of South India. He is widely respected by all those whom I consider competent to evaluate the spiritual attainment of a man, and he is, of all of India’s living holy men, by far the most enlightened”

    Is it not with the Kanchi seer's guidance Paul Bronton met Ramana Mahrishi?

    are both the sages are fake?

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    1. hi m,

      why are you telling me all this?

      suggest you stick with gora writers /wikipedia and leave me and this blogsite alone.

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  31. sir, not curing himself is it not equal to suicide ? is it the same as the ill person not going to hospital and rather prefer to live life full ( living on his own, may be smoking and drinking ) and die ?

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    1. hi u,

      in Hinduism we were born with the stars billions of years ago.

      we only shed our mortal coil-- like removing your dirty jeans for laundry.

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  32. STOP PRESS:

    TIMES OF INDIA IS DENIGRATING LORD SHIVA AGAIN .


    http://www.speakingtree.in/spiritual-slideshow/seekers/mysticism/10-controversial-stories-of-lord-shiva/172306

    "However he remained unmoved by Parvati's love and dedication. She also tried bringing fruits for him but he remained steadfast in his meditation. There are stories that indicate that Parvati was shunned by him due to her dark skin."

    " Parvati knows what her previous incarnation was, her marriage to Shiva as Sati. Destined to become Shiva's wife (again), Uma is impeded: Shiva renounced his sexuality. After their marriage, Uma gave birth to God Kumara?????? ".

    "In the Bhagavata Purana, after Vishnu deceives the demons by his maya female form, Shiva wishes to see the bewildering Mohini again. When Vishnu agrees and reveals his Mohini form, Shiva runs crazily behind Mohini, "bereft of shame and robbed by her of good sense," while the abandoned wife Parvati (Uma) looks on."

    " Shiva is overcome by Kama (love and desire, the god of love and desire). His "unfailing" seed escapes and falls on ground. From these seeds of Shiva, Ayappa is born. Ayyappa is therefore referred to as Hariharaputra, "the son of Vishnu (Hari) and Shiva (Hara)"

    "The Naked Lord came to the streets of the Rishis to get alms. At the charm of the naked Shiva the wives of the Rishis lost their heart. They forgot what they were doing and started simply following the Naked God. Meanwhile the Rishis also forgot the karma they were strongly advocating and followed the glamorous Mohini. When they saw their wives following a Naked man, the followers of karmic discipline lost their virtue."

    "Sage Bhrigu went to see Lord Brahma, but Brahma was preoccupied and did not notice Brighu’s presence. Feeling insulted, Brighu cursed Brahma, “You are so proud of your power of creation that you did not notice my arrival. For this you shall have no temples on earth.” Next, Brighu went to see Shiva in Kailash, but Shiva was occupied with Parvati at that hour. Brighu, again felt offended and cursed Shiva to be worshipped only as a lingam. This is the reason why Lord Shiva is primarily represented and worshiped as a lingam"

    " Mansa, the goddess who cures snakebites, was born when Shiva’s semen touched a statue carved by Kadru, mother of snakes. Thus she was Shiva’s daughter, but not Parvati’s child, much like Kartikeya"

    THE ABOVE STORIES IS POISON INJECTED BY THE WHITE INVADER .

    LOOKS LIKE ALL SUCH DAILY VULGAR AND FAKE STORIES DENIGRATING HINDUISM BY NATIONAL NEWSPAPER TOI , AS ABOVE IS PAY BACK , FOR APCO PERSONAL BRANDING RECEIVED BY NARANDRA MODI .

    BY THE TIME THIS MAN NARENDRA MODI RELINQUISHES HIS PM CHAIR-- HINDUSIM WILL BE DESTROYED !

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    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil

    September 8, 2014 at 9:59 AM
    HINDUISM HAS ALWAYS BEEN WRECKED FROM WITHIN .

    THIS HINDU DROHI NARENDRA MODI , TILL HE GOT ELECTED -- DID AARTI TO GANGA etc TO SECURE THE HINDU VOTE .

    AFTER HE SAT OF THE PM CHAIR , HE IS BUSY PRAYING TO BR AMBEDKAR , GANDHI ETC.

    8 WEEKS MORE--

    SEE WHAT I DO AFTER THAT !

    I HAVE NOT EVEN STARTED !!!

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  33. Aru
    September 17, 2014 at 3:53 PM
    Could you please tell me the oldest book written in Malayalam?

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    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    September 17, 2014 at 4:35 PM

    hi a,

    the tamil iyers who sucked up to the british took revenge on namboodiris ( who cared a fu#k for the white man ) ----

    by establishing that malayalam is a tape worm inside the stomach of tamil--

    -- and the british rewarded this EXTREME sucking up by, TAMIL/ SIDDHA pride shoring up.

    the oldest book in malayalam are the horoscopes of all hindus written for thousands of years in grantha alphabet .

    our books were in sanskrit / malayalam language -- but usually written in grantha lipi in ancient times.

    now dont look into wikipedia and teach me what this script is .

    punch into google search-
    HERMANN GUNDERT, HERMANN HESSE AND MALAYALAM VADAKAYIL

    IF YOU WANT TO SEE MALAYALAM SCRIPT OF 12000 BC -

    punch into Google search-

    EDAKKAL CAVES, PHANTOM ROCK, MEENMUTTY WATERFALLS KERALA VADAKAYIL .

    from parashurama till adi shankaracharya the original 4 vedas and the original 108 upanishads were with namboodiris.

    it was NOT tamil brahmins alone who screwed the freedom fighting efforts --

    there were traitors among malayalis too --

    today their "so called" descendants will take you to court if you write they were traitors -- and they are just sham descendants looking for falthu royalties on any movie made . .

    if you have RAVANA's descendants claiming royalties , how can you made a movie on ramayana?

    you must have heard of sampat pal of the gulabi gang who sued the producer of the bollywood movie ( starring madhuri dixit )--trying to MILK money .

    today people in kerala do NOT even know of pazashi raja- he is unknown even in Kerala, leave alone the rest of India.

    but rothschild's german merceneries knew him.

    if our kerala king had screwed tipu sultan , rothschiild would NOT have got his enormous gold and ruled this planet since 1799 AD.

    so much misery on this planet and two world wars could have been avoided .

    punch into google search-

    THE MURDER OF PAZHASSI RAJA- CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL .

    Shukracharya was the advisor of Kerala king Mahabali – and Vishnu took Vamana avatar to kill him. This is how old Malayalam is !!! SIDDHA PRIDE and TAMILPRIDE and AGAMA fuc#kin’ PRIDE can take a bow !

    WE all know that Parashurama is 6000 years old.

    capt ajit vadakayil
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  34. hi hd,

    when swami vivekananda himslef has NOT understood what is ADVAITA VEDANTA ( of adi shankaracharya ), DVAITA VEDANTA or SAMKHYA VEDANTA why do you expect other to know.

    SINCE ADI SHANKARACHARYA OF 2000 BC -- NOT A SINGLE INDIAN HAS UNDERSTOOD HINDUISM.

    why do you think-- i have retired from a HUGE paying job at sea-- to write millions of words on the internet ?

    to shine personally?

    to mint money ?

    IF EVERY HINDU CAN UNDERSTAND THE ESSENCE OF THE FOLLOWING THREE POSTS-- HE WILL GET A SUPERIORITY COMPLEX--

    IT IS HIGH TIME INDIANS STOPPED BEING SELF LOATHING -- UNDERSTAND THAT THE REST ARE ALL DIRT UNDER THEIR FINGER NAILS .

    AFTER 800 YEARS OF SLAVERY WE HAVE LOST OUR IDENTITY-- I DO HOPE NARENDRA MODI DOES NOT LEAD INDIA TO SLAVERY AGAIN .

    UNDERSTAND THE 3 POSTS BELOW--

    punch into google search-
    PROUD TO BE HINDU PROUD TO BE INDIAN VADAKAYIL

    and

    SOUNDARYA LAHARI BY ADI SHANKARACHARYA 2000 BC VADAKAYIL

    and

    NASADIYA SUKTA , RIG VEDA 5000 BC , CREATION OF THE COSMOS VADAKAYIL

    till 5000 BC , vedas were on ORAL ROUTE since thousands of years --

    the maharishis knew that their human DNA is getting degraded and the pineal gland was getting atrophied .

    it would be NO longer possible to hold such voluminous content in memory-- and pass on as a relay baton anymore.

    they penned the verses down 7000 years ago --yet introduced a twist -- so that foreign IDIOTS ( known as INDOPHILES today ) cannot steal .

    if you read the quatrains of nostradamus -- he has introduced a twist-- for he was afraid of being sentences to death for writing all this.

    BR Ambedkar wrote RIDDLES IN HINDUISM denigrating ancient India -- his own motherland . He did NOT know head or tail of Sanskrit.

    He was told exactly where all poison was injected by the white invader -- or he will take 10 lifetimes to glean the voluminous vedas and upanishads and write all that crap .

    BR Ambedkar told dozens of times in recorded speeches and wrote in his books that he preferred british rule to self rule.

    WE HAVE GIVEN THIS MAN BHARATRATNA .

    today TAMIL PRIDE and SIDDHA PRIDE and AGAMA PRIDE want to give EVR Periyar BHARAT RATNA . EVR Periyar actually mourned 15th aug 1947 .

    Punch into Google search-

    HINDUISM IN BALI, TURN OF TIDE AND HINDU RESURGENCE VADAKAYIL

    and

    CNN-IBN POLL, THE GREATEST INDIAN SINCE GANDHI , SHAM AWARD VADAKAYIL

    what is bharatratna worth-- after a AILAAAAA cricketeer got it ? the waitress though that by inducting this SQUEAK into rajya sabha-- she will get all seats of 2014 lok sabha !

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  35. n, The Serial Tourist
    September 29, 2014 at 7:20 AM
    Pranam Captain,
    You say that we are approaching Dwapara Yuga very soon.
    But Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev says that we will enter Treta Yuga on 2082AD. We are already on the verge of ending Dwapara Yuga.

    Please watch this video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAgd5KS-ULc
    He says the cycle of Yugas goes like this :
    Sat Yuga : 5184 Years
    Treta Yuga : 3888 Years
    Dwapara Yuga : 2592 Years
    Kali Yuga : 1296 Years
    Total : 12960 Years for half a cycle. or 25920 Years for Full cycle.
    1 Cycle : Satyuga+Treta+Dwapara+Kali+Kali+Dwapara+Treta+SatYuga=25920
    And we are now on the verge of entering Treta Yuga.

    Please share your views.

    Pranams
    Mohan

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    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    September 29, 2014 at 7:43 AM
    hi mst,

    all hindu gurus are now peeking into my blog posts and coming with their own funda.

    Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev would NOT even know what precession of the earth means..

    i know all this-- because it is part of my PRINCIPLES OF NAVIGATION exams - to get a single stripe at sea -- the pass marks is 80% .

    people who have NIL idea of astronomy are now acting like DESI carl sagans

    ONE DAY I WILL PULL ALL OUR FAKE GURUS DOWN -- ALL THESE PEOPLE WHO CREATE THEIR OWN HINDU GODS .

    THEY WILL HAVE NO PLACE TO HIDE .

    if these hypocrites dont take it easy -- i will make sure all of them land up in the garbage bin of Indian spirituality and history .

    capt ajit vadakayil
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  36. SUBJECT: In green move, Durga idols to be buried .
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    DURGA IDOLS MUST BE IMMERSED IN A WATER BODY AS PER SANATANA DHARMA .

    THE IDOLS MUST BE MADE OF CLAY AND MUST BE BIODEGRADABLE .

    THE CLAY REVIVES THE LAKE , BY LINING THE UNDERWATER PORTION OF THE LAKE .

    punch into google search -
    VANISHING LAKES , RAIN WATER HARVESTING , RECHARGING GROUND WATER AQUIFERS VADAKAYIL .

    in the mad rush to discredit and ridicule hinduism , the detractors have lost commonsense !!

    IN HINDUISM WE CREMATE DEAD BODIES FOR TWO REASONS .

    NO 1 REASON IS THAT THE SOUL HAS TO TRAVEL ON A SOLITION WAVE CREATED BY SKULL POPPING , TO AN ASTRAL PLANE .

    punch into Google search-
    RIP IMPOSSIBLE WITH BURIAL, THE WORLD IS GOING BACK TO CREMATION VADAKAYIL .

    since the burial religions came , this planet has seen no peace , with souls trapped on earth .

    you are a ball of energy and was created with the stars billions of years ago , your dead cadaver body is like a pair of unwashed jeans going for wash .

    THE NO 2 REASON IS THAT THE DEAD CADAVER POLLUTES THE GROUND WATER AND UNDERWATER AQUIFERS , CAUSING DISEASES .

    WHILE IN CREMATION, ONLY A SMALL POT OF PURE CARBON ASH IS THROWN INTO THE FLOWING WATER BODY OR SEA .

    punch into Google search-
    GANGA MANTHAN, CLEANING OF RIVER GANGES VADAKAYIL .

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  37. Naveen
    October 29, 2014 at 9:24 AM
    Dear Captain,
    Please throw some light on the activities of Italian Jesuit missionary to South India - De Nobili. He is said to have 10 volumes in Tamil to critique Indian spiritual beliefs.

    Thanks,
    Naveen

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    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    October 29, 2014 at 10:13 AM
    hi n,

    i have mentioned about this ITALIAN CROOK in the post below -

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2012/09/an-open-letter-from-francois-gautier-to.html

    The VULGAR Italian Catholic priest Robert de Nobili (1577-1656) called himself a ‘Roman Brahmin’. TEE HEEEE !

    He was just one of the dozens of 3 in 1 missionaries—padre/ printer / proselytisers.

    Italian missionary, Constantine Joseph Beschi (1680-1746), who called himself Veeramaamunivar (Veer-Maha-Munivar).

    The Tamil Christians ( and EVR Periyar atheists ) were the first to call for Tamil Nadu's secession from the Indian union.

    these white padres are the ones who supercharged gullible Tamils with FAKE TAMIL PRIDE-- that Tamil is older than Sanskrit, how the Siddhars lives for thousands of years etc.

    Raja Ram Mohan Roy came much later --with 3 in 1 missionaries—padre/ printer / proselytisers. in Bengal--

    -- in this translation process they took away the ancient Sanskrit math/ science/ astrononomy/ medicine books -

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/07/opium-raja-british-stooge-ram-mohan-roy.html

    In Kerala they did maximum damage.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/12/hermann-gundert-hermann-hesse-and.html

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  38. SUBJECT : Deity wrath forces Bhilwara villagers to flee .
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    THERE WERE NO SUPERSTITIONS IN INDIA , TILL THE WHITE INVADER CAME AND CREATED SUPERSTITIONS USING FAKE HINDU MUTTS TO MAKE THE HINDU, SELF LOATHING ..

    . punch into Google search -

    . PITRU PAKSHA , SHRAADH, PITRU THARPANAM VADAKAYIL .

    . for the white skinned soldier to have FREE SEX with fresh teenaged girls, they introduced a SUPERSTITION called the DEVADASI .

    . all the notorious wh0rehouses in india were COMFORT STATIONS for the white troops .

    . it is pay back time now -- it is the internet age !

    . punch into Google search -
    . DEVADASI SYSTEM , THE IMMORAL LIE OF TEMPLE DANCER PROSTITUTES CREATED BY THE WHITE INVADER VADAKAYIL .

    capt ajit vadakayil
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  39. Hello Sir,
    You talked about kundalini rising through wrong nadi.

    Please elaborate on it. Even through pingala nadi, ramana maharshi attained.

    what is the reason for wrong path ?

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  40. Capt. Ajit VadakayilNovember 20, 2014 at 5:46 PM
    SUBJECT : Devotees bathed Rampal in milk, then used it to make kheer, locals say . Rampal denounces trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh.Instead he recommends poet Kabir as the 'supreme god'. He claims all major religious scriptures name Kabir as the supreme god .
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    IMPORTANT . IMPORTANT . IMPORTANT . ALL INDIANS .

    ALL DASAS OF BHAKTI MOVEMENT ARE FAKE BACK DATED CREATIONS OF THE WHITE INVADER - , TO DIVIDE AND RULE , MAKE THE HINDUS SELF LOATHING, AND DRIVE FISSURES INTO HINDUSIM .

    kabirDAS of immaculate conception , who floated on a lotus leaf ( like krishna ) down ganges river to be found by a Muslim weaver couple did NOT exist . hence the question of sant rampal being a re-incarnation of kabirdas does NOT arise at all .

    kaliDAS who wrote about the FAKE mistress of lord krishna RADHA did not exists . so did surDAS who extolled the virtues of the FAKE radha . rothschild included verses of surdas in the holy book of sikhs guru granth sahib .

    tulsiDAS who wrote about lord rama abandoning his pregnant wife sita who then delivered twins luv/ kush did not exist . Valmiki ramayana has no FAKE agnipariksha .

    raviDAS and chandiDAS who again extolled the virtues of the FAKE mistress of krishna radha did NOT exist . krishna did NOT have 16000 virgin gopikas in vrindavan rather 16000 are dhatus of shasrara chakra .

    punch into google search -
    . KALIDASA DID NOT EXIST VADAKAYIL .

    and

    . UNKNOWN HISTORY OF SIKHS AND SIKHISM , PAWNS IN DIVIDE AND RULE POLICY OF BRITISH EMPIRE VADAKAYIL .

    THE WHITE INVADER DIVIDED INDIA DURING SLAVERY . IT IS DISMAYING THAT IN FREE INDEPENDENT INDIA THE BENAMI MEDIA HAS DIVIDED US MORE .
    Indians wake up !

    capt ajit vadakayil
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  41. SUBJECT : After vedic aeronautics, vedic surgery .
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    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/After-vedic-aeronautics-vedic-surgery/articleshow/45738527.cms

    THE WHITE MAN DID NOT HAVE ANY INVENTIONS OR DISCOVERIES IN HIS NAME TILL HE INVADED INDIA . EVEN THEIR GODS ARE INDIAN .

    BEFORE INVADING INDIA WHATEVER KNOWLEDGE HE HAS WAS LEARNT AT ANCIENT INDIAN UNIVERSITIES OF TAXILA/ NALANDA/ KODUNGALLUR/ BHOJSHALA etc .

    THE WEST GOT SOME INDIAN KNOWLEDGE FROM ARABS TO WHOM WE SOLD TRANSLATED KNOWLEDGE FOR GOLD .

    MANY ANCIENT GREEKS STUDIED IN KODUNGALLUR UNIVERSITY - PEOPLE LIKE PYTHOGORAS , PLATO etc

    punch into Google search -
    . . . . WE ARE HINDUS, WE ARE INDIANS, WE ARE THE PROUDEST PEOPLE ON THIS PLANET VADAKAYIL . . .

    and

    . . . .FATHERS OF SURGERY AND MEDICINE 4200 BC VADAKAYIL . . .

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  42. Sree Charan R
    February 2, 2015 at 9:28 PM
    Made a comment,Captain,
    After reading few of your comments,I wanted to ask-who are the true Hindu Heroes in 20st century??
    In my "little understanding" it is Ramana Maharishi.....,
    {Many youngsters--actually few,thanks to Indian Family Values-- now a days quote Ayn Rand to support their arrogance.Even though you may not like to comment on this "pseudo-philosopher" ,how to counter those people?Is she really an intellectual?}

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    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    February 2, 2015 at 9:51 PM
    hi scr,

    TODAY I MUST LAY DOWN A TRUTH-

    MAHARISHI RAMANA SPOKE VERY FEW WORDS IN HIS ENTIRE LIFE.

    SO TAKE IT EASY .

    AYN RAND WAS A MISTRESS OF R.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/07/back-swing-of-john-galt-capt-ajit.html

    AYN RAND WAS A RUSSIAN JEWESS, SHE WAS THE MISTRESS OF PHILLIPPE ROTHSCHILD.

    John Galt's idea in Atlas Shrugged ( or rather Rothschild Blue print ) is to bankrupt the whole world by running down their OWN businesses into the ground -- as will be reported by their own media , while actually they will convert everything into gold and hide it in secret vaults.

    Only the world share markets crash and gets bankrupted-- their own moolah is safe. After all most of the money is just a figure on the financial computers-- it does NOT exist on paper.

    The whole world would be staggering from the terrible effects of devalued currency and inflation --BUT the Rothschild and their ilk would be safe, and sniggering --

    -- and after teaching all and sundry a most painful lesson which would be programmed into their DNA, as a lesson they would never ever forget, the Zionists would come back ( after getting begged on the knees by the brainless common man ) and take over the reins once again.--

    on popular demand , mind you--

    The message was :--


    THE MESSAGE WAS LEAVE US ZIONIST CAPITALISTS ALONE. WE KNOW WHAT IS GOOD FOR THIS PLANET.

    YOU NEED US -- SEE WHAT HAPPENED TO YOU ! NO JOBS, NO FOOD, NO ELECTRICITY, NO HOUSES -- NOTHING -- YOU ARE IN LIVING HELL !

    DON'T EXPECT US TO LEAD OUR LIVES , FOR YOU PARASITIC MOOCHERS SAKE.

    DENYING PROFITS TO THE JEW CAPITALISTS BY TAXES , AND NOT ALLOWING US TO BE RATIONALLY AND OBJECTIVELY SELFISH WILL PAINFULLY DESTROY SOCIETY.

    DON'T EXPECT US TO BE CHARITABLE AND ALTRUISTIC-- WE ARE THE BRAINY ONES WHO RUN THE MOTOR OF THIS PLANET .

    LEAVE US ALONE TO MAKE OUR PROFITS AS PER OUR CHOICE AND LEAD OUR OWN LIVES.


    FUCK YOU !

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  43. Hello Sir,
    I feel Wilhelm Reich has lifed whole sale from Yoga and Ayurveda please have a loot at his work of body armouring

    Reich’s Map of Body Armor: Pelvic Segment

    http://orgonomictherapy.com/2014/03/30/reichs-pelvic-segment/

    Reich’s Map of Body Armor: Abdominal Segment

    http://orgonomictherapy.com/2014/02/25/reichs-abdominal-segment/

    when i did panchakarma suddenly my stiff body became so flexible.
    the toxic repressed emotions get embedded in our body, so the mind affects the body.

    reich has gone quite deep and it clearly looks vedic.

    Please do have a look, all your talks on abdominal breathing is also related

    in a way you can relate chakras with his body segments.

    am refering to it because the talks on chakaras can be much deepened and easily related to.


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  44. If one has a bad upbringing or enviroment he was brought up in.

    after realizing it, how does one undo it ? as i don't want those to be carry forwarded to my kids and next generations.

    is meditation enough ?

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  45. Dear sir,
    Whants your opinion on Mata amritanandamayi?

    Regards

    Shanker

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  46. hi sa,

    i am sure you read my post below-

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2013/02/ramana-maharshi-of-arunachala-last-of.html

    INDEED ARUNACHALA IS A HOLY MOUNTAIN.

    SOME OF ITS POWERS ARE LOST BECAUSE DUE TO LACK OF WATER- THE MOUNTAIN CANNOT CREATE ORGONE ANY MORE.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2013/03/kudajadri-mountain-chitramoola-cave-adi.html

    THE POWER OF THE ANCIENT EGYPIAN PYRAMIDS WHOSE ARCHITECTS WERE FROM KERALA -- WAS ALL ABOUT AN AMAZING MAZE OF UNDERGROUND NILE RIVER WATER .

    NOBODY HAS WRITTEN ABOUT IT.

    I HAVE MENTIONED IT IN A COUPLE OF MY OLD BLOGS.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2013/03/kudajadri-mountain-chitramoola-cave-adi.html

    THE WATER TUNNELS UNDER THE EGYPTIAN PYRAMIDS ARE A GREAT SECRET -AS FILLING THE WATER TUNNELS WILL REVEAL THE POWER ( TESLA POWER ) OF THE PYRAMIDS- of which the world does NOT know..

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJQ9Ccll4s4

    TESLA DID NOT REVEAL ANYTHING TO ROTHSCHILDs AGENT JP MORGAN

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqJLTb1cV1Q

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  47. Capt. Ajit VadakayilDecember 14, 2015 at 10:38 AM
    TODAY GOOGLE HAS PUT A DOODLE OF BKS IYENGAR , A GREAT SON OF BHARATMATA.

    6200 YEARS AGO, AYURVEDA RECOGNISED THAT THE LYMPH FLUIDS NEED TO BE DRIVEN .

    THIS FLUID DOES NOT HAVE A PUMP ( LIKE HEART ) AND IT CAN BE DRIVEN BEST ONLY BY YOGA.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2015/01/yoga-only-complete-exercise.html

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2015/01/yoga-only-complete-exercise-part-2-capt.html

    RECENTLY I HAVE NOTICED, THAT LIKE PUTIN--GOOGLE HAS CAPITULATED TO ROTHSCHILD

    ONLY A JEW CAN MAKE A DOODLE FOR JEWESS HEDY LAMARR.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2015/11/google-doodle-for-hedy-lamarr-secrets.html

    BRAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYYY !

    THANK GOD FOR THE INTERNET !

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  48. Anand
    April 18, 2016 at 6:07 PM
    Another Querry Captain,

    Is PAul Burnton worth reading? He was a Jew who claims to have met some of the greatest masters of Indian Yogic System.The photograph does not appeals though, but is he trustworthy ?

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    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    April 18, 2016 at 7:46 PM
    hi a,

    Paul Brunton’s claim to fame is that he has a tete e tete with Ramana Maharishi.

    Sorry Ramana maharishi was a man of very few words –in his entire life he hardly spoke much.

    OK, he says while sitting next to Ramana Maharishis he got enlightenment —sorry, that is NOT the way the cookie crumbles.

    OH, I SAW BABAJI IS THE HIMALAYAS AND MY KUNDALINI ROSE UP MY ASSHOLE ! AFTER THAT I HAVE BEEN ON A GOOD BATTING WICKET – TEE HEEEEE !

    Paul Brunton did NOT understand the glory if Hinduism—he did NOT have the cerebral capability

    HE WAS ROTHSCHILDs AGENT IN INDIA. He changed his birthday and his name ( R. Raphael Hurst)

    Paul Brunton was with the Theosophical society Adyar .

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2013/02/ramana-maharshi-of-arunachala-last-of.html

    https://archive.org/stream/ASearchInSecretIndia/32932002-Paul-Brunton-A-Search-in-Secret-India_djvu.txt

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