Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi was an incarnation of Lord Muruga (Subrahmanya), as authenticated by him in a Vennba, he wrote on the Pillaiyar Vigraham inside the Virupaksha Thevar cave, referring to himself as the younger brother of Vinayakal...
Ganapathi Sastrigal describes the unique darshan of a star descending from stellar space, touching the forehead of Bhagavan and returning back to space. That star descended again and as before touched the head of Maharshi and went back. This happened six times in the same fashion. Are they the Kritika stars in the stellar firmament I...This was real darshan, and authenticated by Bhagavan at once.
Was he not the Kovanandi, who came in search of His Appan (Annamalaiyar) in Thiruvannamalai and took abode in the mountain there!..
It would be sheer arrogance for an ordinary mortal to attempt to write about what a great Mahan the Maharshi was in this Note. I abjure from this idea in reverence.
In the words of Rajeswarananda, in his Prefatory to the book, ' Thus Spake Ramana', "Bhagavan's gospel, is a practical expression of Self, the Reality, Intelligence and Bliss. It cannot be delimited by determinations and differentiations. It is not objective and visionary to result in scepticism and agnosticism. It is not a datum of sense to result in materialism and naturalism. It is not a stream of ideas to result in subjectivism and solipsism. It is not acosmism, anthropomorphism, manicheanism, and the like. It is not idealism or realism, optimism or pessimism. Nor is it an amalgam of schisms."
I leave it to your understanding or imagination what it all means since to delve into their depths would lead to an unfathomable abyss of wonderment. "A single word from Bhagavan's Holy lips is enough to enable us to carry it all through life and awaken it to its intrinsic immortality and infinity."
I submit this work at the Lotus Feet of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi.
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