Voice of God (Volume-4)

Item Code: IHJ016
Author: Sri Kanchi Mahaswami Peetarohana
Publisher: Sri Kanchi Mahaswami Peetarohana
Language: English
Edition: 2006
Pages: 850, (5 B/W & 6 Colors Illustrations
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Location: Kalavai, a small town in the Vellore district of Tamil Nadu, India.
Date: February 13, 1907.
A young boy of thirteen is chosen to become the 68th Pitadhipathi of Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Pitam, in the illustrious parampara of Acharyas who adorned the Pitam established by Sri Adhi Sankara more than 2500 years ago.

That boy is none other then His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Swamigal. To millions of devotees he was simply ‘Periyava’- the revered one or Maha-Periyava. ‘Periyava’ in Tamil means a great person. That term however has acquired a special meaning because it has come to refer to His Holiness. It is a term that at once conveys endearment, reverence and devotion. It would never be mentioned in a casual manner. Mahaswami and Paramacharya are his other well-known appellations.

The Paramacharya was the Pitadhipathi of the Mutt for 87 long years. During this period, Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Pitam acquired new strength as an institution that propogated Sri Adhi Sankara’s teachings. The devotion, fervour and intensity with which the Paramacharya practised what Adhi Sankara had preached, is unparalleled. He lived a Spartan life. Throughout his life, the main focus of his concern and activities was rejuvenating Vedha adhyayana, the Dharma Sasthras and the age old tradition which had suffered decline. ‘Vedha rakshanam’ was his very life breath and he referred to this in most of his public discourses and private conversations. His prodding regular support to Vedha Patasalas through the Vedhic scholars, holding regular sadhas which included discussions on arts and culture- these led to a renewed interest in Vedhic religion, Dharma sasthras and Sanskrit. His long tenure as Pitathipathi was the golden era of the Kanchi Kamakoti Pitam.

Paramacharya was a walking university. Scholars of all sects, not only from all over India but also from countries abroad came to him and deemed it a blessing and a privilege to go back enlightened after meeting him. His regular visitors ranged from the most ordinary village fold to the highest in the land. Presidents and Prime ordinary village folk to the highest in the land. Presidents and Prime Ministers, Kings and Queens, Highnesses and Excellencies came to spend a few moments with him and seek his blessings.

That the Paramacharya was an extraordinary phenomenon can be seen from this incident. When he was in his late eighties he left Kanchipuram and undertook a padha yathra through Karnataka, Maharashtra and Andhra. Before he returned to Kanchipuram he made all arrangements for the construction of an exquisite Nataraja temple at Satara (Uttara Chidambaram). The uniqueness about this temple is the fact that the states of Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry, Andhra Pradesh, Karanataka, and Maharashtra came together to build the 5 doorways to the temple. The state of Kerala supplied the entire wood required for the temple. It was only his grace and moral influence that made this possible.

The Paramacharya’s catholicity of outlook was extraordinary. He was the Advaitha Acharaya. He was the authentic spokesman of Hindu religion and its Dharma Shastras and of Sanathana Dharma. He even believed that it was Vedhic religion that had prevailed all over the world in ancient times. But, just as he had high regard for the Acharyas of other philosophical doctrines like Ramanuja nnd Madhva and the Nayanmars of Saiva Siddhanta, he had great respect for Jesus and Mohamed Nabi, the prophet. He could be so considerate as to express the view that those who indulged in proselytisation did so out of their conviction that their religion alone could secure redemption.

February 13, 2006 marks the beginning of the 100th years of the Paramacharya’s Sanyasa Swikarana (entering the ascetic order) and Pitaarohana (becoming the head of the Sri Kanchi Kamokottipitam). Sri Kanchi Mahaswami Peetarohana Shatabdi Mahotsava Trust has been specially formed to celebrate this significant milestone in the spiritual history of India.

The main objective of the Trust is to spread the thoughts and the message of the Paramacharya across the world, not just to his devotees, but even to others who might never have had the opportunity to have his dharsan. With this objective in view the Trust has undertaken on priority the translation into English and other major Indian languages of his discourses in Tamil (upansayam). To begin with, we have chosen ‘Deivathin Kural’-Voice of God in Tamil. It is a collection of the Paramacharya’s discourses starting from 1932. These are seven volumes each of about 1000 pages. His talks cover a wide range of topics apart from all aspects of Vedhic dharma and Hindu religion which is the main focus. It is a veritable encyclopedia of Hindu religion and dharma to which people refer for authentic information on these aspects.

‘Deivathin Kural’ is a monumental work by Sri Ra Ganapathy and it occupies a special place among many books written about Paramacharya. Sri Ganapathy painstakingly collated all of Paramacharya’s talks, conversations, casual comments, answers to questions etc covering several aspects of our ancient religion, dharma and culture. Sri Ganapathy not only collected the material but also collated and organized under various subjects everything that the Paramacharya had spoken about a subject over many years at several places.

The purpose of the English translation is two fold. One is to reach Paramacharya’s thoughts and message to a wider audience. The second is to use the English translation as the basic text for translation into other Indian languages. The original in Tamil portrays in large measure the simplicity and clarity of thoughts and expressions and the unique story telling style of the Paramacharya. It has been our attempt to capture it in English. As readers will know this is not an easy task. In one of his talks, while explaining the need to protect the Vedhas in their original form, the Paramacharya himself has, in his characteristic style, referred to the limitations of any translation.

The Paramacharya’s observations are a warning to us and we are deeply conscious of our responsibility. Effort has been made to address the average reader through this work in simple language. Since the English version is to be the base from which translation into other Indian languages will be done, suitable diacritical markings have been used for Sanskrit and Tamil words. Wherever necessary the actual Sanskrit words and Slockas have been given with diacritical markings and the meanings are also given along with the words. This should make it more convenient for the reader than a separate glossary at the end.

It is usual to share one’s good and memorable experiences with others. When two devotees of the Paramacharya meet, it turns out to be an occasion for sharing of experiences. Entire train journeys could be spent talking only about him and his various qualities. He has indeed created a huge family, truly a Vasudaiva Kutumbhakam. It is the hope and wish of Sri Kanchi Mahaswami Peetarohana Shatabdi Mahotsaa Trust that readers will experience the Paramacharya through these pages, which in itself would be an elevating experience.

His talks do more than providing insight into Vedhic Dharma and Hindu religion. There is indeed hope that inspite of the declining moral values all around, dharma will prevail. It should also be clear that mere wishful thinking will not make that happen. All of us have a duty and responsibility towards making it happen. The many schemes which the Paramacharya introduced are simple and effective. If any thing, we have to revive many of his practical ideas and implement them.

The blessings of H.H. Sri Jayendra Saraswathi Swamigal and H.H. Sri Sanara Vijayendra Saraswathi Swamigal, the 69th and 70th Acharyas of Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Pitam have provided encouragement to this Trust to embark on a project of this magnitude. It is their Sankalpa that the Paramacharya’s message should reach every Indian wherever he may be. We are overwhelmed by the responsibility they have placed on us.

Millions of the Paramacharya’s devotees sincerely believe that He is alive even today and He is guiding us on the path of dharma. It is his spirit that acts as the beacon in these troubled times. It is through his grace that this work is being published.


Contents to the Forth Volume


  Srimukham I
  Gurusthuthi V
  Introduction IX
  Acknowledgements XIV
  Guidance to Pronunciation XVII
1 Mangalarambham 1
  Child of high Parentage 3
  Grandfather’s Distinction 3
  Uncle’s Distinction 6
  Vishnu and Ambal 7
  Suklambaradharam 8
  The Greatness of the Parents 10
  Murugan and the Eldest 11
  Other Deities paying homage to pillaiyar 13
  The Venerable Child 13
  As the Principal deity 13
  The Son Who was worshipped by his father 14
  To the Rescue of his mother 16
  Helping Muruga 19
  Rama and Vinayaka 20
  Gananatha worshipped by Krishna 23
  The Story of Syamanthaka 23
  Surya and Vinayaka 23
  The Divine Gem Obtained Through Thapas 24
  Krishna’s detachment 25
  Jambavan 28
  Fourth Phase of moon seen by Krishna 29
  The Mater who was the Victim of suspicion 30
  Krishna Cracked it 32
  The Gem and the young Woman 34
  Bliss of Touch During the Fight 36
  The Gem resulting in Marriages 38
  The Enmity Due to the Woman 40
  Again Victory and Blame Again 42
  Akura and the Gem 45
  Reason for the Blame and Accusations 46
  Bhadhrapadham differences in Panchangam 47
  Question and Answer story within Story 49
  Moon’s Pride Shattered 50
  The Curse’s Implication 52
  Relief from the Curse 53
  Bhalachandhran 55
  Sankatahara Chathurthi
Pillaiyar bestowed another honor upon moon)
  Krishna and Moon 58
  Boon to clear the Blame 59
  Benefit of Lila welfare of the world 60
  One Sloka is Enough 61
  Significance of the Jayanthis (Manifestation) 64
  Conclusion 65
2 Guru 67
  Gurukulam Ghatikasthanam 69
  Guru, Acharya, Vadhyar 69
  Connection to Vedhas 70
  Upadhyaya and Acharya 71
  Teaching As A Livelihood 73
  Similarity and Dissimilarity Between Guru and Acharya 73
  Special Aspects of Gurukula Not Available at Home 75
  The Greatness of Mother and Father 77
  Guru Younger than oneself 78
  Mother Father Acharya 80
  Adhyapaka 80
  Elevated Status of Upadhyaya 80
  As Worship of Iswara 82
  Receiving is lowly 83
  Specially not found in other countries 85
  Distinguished Acharyas in Secular Education too 87
  Not Intuitionally but through Individuals only 88
  Kulapathi 89
  The rise of the Ancient Teaching system 89
  Language a discipline of sound 91
  Teaching without writing 91
  Kula Sakha, chathra, charana 93
  Guru dakshina 95
  The Arts and Sciences of Old 95
  Dharma and the Brahman 98
  All subjects are Vedhic 98
  Education for all castes 99
  Compulsory education 99
  The Deserving Alone 100
  No Caste Bias 101
  Vidhya and the Fourth caste 102
  The Supreme gift of Knowledge 103
  Length of terms 104
  Why Upakarma for Gruhasthas ? 108
  Holidays 109
  Is it right To Beat a student ? 110
  Qualities of a student 111
  Promoting Health 112
  Individual Teachers mostly 112
  The Individual Teacher and his greatness 113
  Drawbacks of institutional Education 114
  Examples in the Upanishads 116
  Sraddha Paroprasna 118
  Testing Students 120
  Gurupatni or guru’s wife 120
  Taught by Divine Powers but 122
  Independent thinking 123
  Krishna and his Acharya 129
  Learning by Questioning 131
  The Guru is Moulded by the Disciple 133
  the Gurupitas 134
  A Sanyasin who is on his own and a Pita guru 136
  Institutionalism : Sankara’s work for a necessary evil 138
  Big Educational Institutional of old 139
  The new Religion and Big Educational Institutions 143
  Peculiar Circumstances 143
  Different Syllabuses 147
  Two Different Stories 147
  Brahmins during the Buddha’s time 150
  Kshathriyas and Brahmins 151
  National Unity fostered by Vedha Dharma 153
  Adhvaitha and the State 156
  Restraint Even in Conflict 157
  Opposition Based on knowledge 157
  The Big Schools of the New Religions 160
  Gurukulas for Brahmins 161
  Manava Manakkan 162
  System of labor not affected 163
  Buddhism and Jainism never took root
on a nationwide basis
  Leadership and the common People 174
  The Great Achievements of Adhi Sankara 175
  Comparing past and present 180
  Buddhist Jaina education 185
  Writing 187
  Big Vedhic Universities 191
  The Gurukula Elements in Bug Schools 194
  Kanchi As a Center of Education 196
  My research regarding Ghatikas 197
  Why the name Ghatika 198
  The Antiquity of Ghatikas 200
  Stone Temples 203
  The temple and the Ghatika 204
  In the Eight Century 205
  Format of Sasana 206
  Seven Thousand students 207
  In Andhra and Karnataka 208
  In the Chola land 209
  In Maharastra 210
  Ghatikachalam 210
  Rewarded at last 211
  In Prayaga in the 5th century B.C 211
  Light on name 212
  A little bit of Sanskrit 216
  Appropriateness of the Pot 216
  Vedhic Schools in Tamil Region 217
  Atharva Vedha 218
  Respect for many sasthras 219
  The Vedhas Agamas 220
  Harmony 220
  Temples and Vidhya 220
  Pride and Shame 222
  A Plan for national Vidhya 223
  The Right Method 224
  Village Statistics 226
  The Essential Statistics 226
  Literacy and Crime 227
  Is Education unnecessary ? 228
  The Land of white men and Muslims 228
  In the Communist countries 230
  Vidhya with humility 231
  Gurukulavasa to Curb Aham 232
  Why not possible ? 233
  Responsibility of the public 233
  For the Growth of Vedha Vidhya 234
  Learning and Money 235
  Bhikshacharya 236
  One or two enough 237
  Preserving the Ideal 237
  Their Sacrifice and our sacrifice 238
  Vedha Bhashyam, Vedhanga, Vedhantha 239
  Comparative Philosophy 242
  Similarities and Dissimilarities 243
  The Puranas 244
  Agama Sasthra 244
  Vasthu Sasthra 245
  Silpa Sasthra 245
  Village Arts folk lore 247
  Moulding Teachers foe ancient arts and sciences 247
  Vidhya that transcends the laws of nature 248
  Medical Science 249
  Yoga Sasthra 249
  Only Theory no practice 250
  In Vedhantha Too 251
  What is to be done 252
  Learn and teach 252
  Propaganda 253
  Financial Aid and Social prestige 255
  Be Vidvans each of you 256
  To Curb Aham 257
  Be a Learner not an idler 258
  When most people were Vidvans 259
  Age life style no bar to learning 260
  Not the state but people and Sishyas responsible 261
  Support for half knowledge 262
  A request to Vidvans 263
  Ideal scholars 264
  For the Future 265
  Make it part of life 265
  Gurukulavasa in all fields 266
  May Amba shower her blessings 267
3 Public life 269
  The Remarkable election system of Uththaramerur 271
  Aspects of Democracy in Vedhas Also 271
  Caste Head 275
  Qualification is Essential 276
  King as the Head of State 276
  Head of Town 277
  Membership in local Sabha by election 279
  Republic and Democracy 280
  Difference of Opinion 281
  Election Method with strange Aspect 281
  Chola Dynasty 282
  Stone inscription Regarding Election 282
  Divisions of the Kingdom 283
  Structure of Grama Sabha 284
  Details about the Stone Inscriptions 285
  Brahmin Velala officials 286
  Qualification of Candidates 287
  Rules Subject to Amendments and rules not
Subject to Amendments
  Knowledge of Sasthra and Ability to act 290
  The Heart and Soul of qualification purity of wealth
and purity of self
  Shall not serve contiguous terms 291
  Relative not eligible 291
  Condition on Wealth 291
  Ideal Dharma and Practical possibility 292
  Under Islamic and British Rule 293
  Eligibility based on property 295
  Reduced incentive for Bribery 296
  Bribery 297
  Experience of property Management Essential 298
  Reason for home on own land 299
  Age qualification 299
  Characteristics of Elder 302
  Sathya the foundation for dharma 303
  Elders who are exempt 306
  Office work and duties of public Sabha 307
  Advisory council of elderly intellectuals 307
  To Prevent Authority being permanently entrenched
In positions
  Educational qualification 309
  Does not refer only to the Brahmins 310
  The Heart and Soul 312
  Potentials Cause for proliferation of corruption 312
  Spiritual purity 315
  To prevent corruption afterwards too 315
  Five year Term 316
  Induction of new blood 317
  Backbone of Dharmic administration 318
  The Royal seat and the Local Sabha 319
  Dismissal and Permanent Bar 321
  Disqualified Relatives 322
  Panchamampthkam (Five Grave sins) 322
  Sasthras and the Law 323
  A few Other Disqualifying Aspects 325
  An Election without contestants or voters 325
  Who is a Candidate? 326
  Selection Election Officers 326
  Election Procedure 328
  Election which has iswara’s Approval 330
  No Room for hiding or Concealment 331
  No Individual Charisma 332
  Not based on majority 333
  Administrative Divisions 334
  Till the Sun and Moon exist 334
  The New story and the old 335
  Worrisome Aspects 336
  Give Responsibility after maturity 338
  Solace from old election methods 340
  Drawback and justification for it 341
  Ramarajya 344
4 Adhvaitham 347
  To Experience peace after end of war 349
  Who are Devas and Asuras? 349
  Why does Asuric Tendency arise? 352
  Dhvaitha that gives room for fear 353
  Adhvaitham is abhayam 354
  Abhya Moksham Bhayam Samsaram 356
  Naraka bhyam 356
  Mind is the Reason for Bondage 357
  The Bliss of the Mindless Athma 358
  The I even in the mindless state 359
  The True I 360
  Awareness of life independent of mind 361
  Realization of Athma and living through the mind 362
  Mind which is separate form Athma 365
  Self Realization is abhya moksha 368
  Dharma the loosens the bondage of karma 368
  Preyas and Sreyas 369
  Dharma Medicine for the disease of Karma 371
  Dharmika Karma not a Direct means for moksha 373
  Dharma Karma not sufficient for mind’s fulfillment 373
  Love Devotion 374
  Good thoughts as background for sasthra karma 375
  Splintering of mind Reduced by good karma 376
  Action and Meditation 378
  Karma yoga and Detachment 381
  Why does good karma not bear fruit 385
  Possibility of fear Reduced 386
  Swadharma even in the face of death 388
  Direct Result for welfare of the world 389
  Drama of the universe and the Deluge 391
  For Worldly life’s greater good 393
  For Order in worldly life 394
  why not other’s dharma ? 398
  what is it that pushes one in papa 400
  Kama krodha 403
  All the Evils spring form desire 406
  Happiness itself Cause of Hardship 409
  Bliss and Satisfaction 410
  Desire and Pleasure and Pains 411
  Man destroyed by all five senses 412
  Permanent bliss will not result form desire 413
  Affected by situations 415
  A Desire that overwhelms another desire 415
  Different kinds of desire for one own body 416
  Mind is in between Athma and Sense Organs 419
  Mind’s Pleasure not permanent either 420
  Tired of it but not rid of it 421
  Misery in everything except Adhvaitham 424
  Even by subjecting others to hardship 425
  Desire that harms noble virtues 427
  Uninterrupted bliss not available to mind 428
  To End the Battle destroy desire 429
  will death destroy desire? 430
  The Punishment of Birth 432
  The Sweetness of Neem fruit 432
  Constant effort is necessary 433
  What desire does and Adhishtana 434
  Arjuna’s difficulty 436
  Remedy suggested by Krishna 436
  Atham the Changeless 438
  Nija Athma and the Mind in Guise 441
  Mind’s Activity only through Athma 443
  Maya 444
  State of being and state of action 444
  Consequences of the hunger of desire 445
  Acquiring and relinquishing 447
  Sleep is not the way 449
  Vairagya and Abhyasa 450
  Blissful of Jnana peace 451
  External pleasure is simply Rays of bliss form Athma 453
  Peaceful bliss which mind Cannot Understand 455
  (Para) Sakthis’s Anandha is also in the Santha Athma 456
  State of sleep 459
  Dream State 461
  How can mind come under athma’s control ? 463
  By Iswara’s grace 464
  Beyond logic 466
  Obvious Evidences 466
  Jivan Mukthas 469
  Anandha Comes only form athma 469
  Possessor not possessed 470
  Desire’s target is Really the Athma 472
  Annihilation of Asure army is victory for attaining Athma 474
  Root Cause of Trouble 475
  Indhriya is also highly regarded 476
  Athma is always the Truth 484
  Step by Step to the state of Athma 485
  Taming the Athma by Athma 489
  Why no mention of the grace of Iswara? 490
  Iswara bridge between dhvaitha and Adhvaitha 492
  Adhvaith Sasthra and Benediction of Iswara 493
  Brahman Athma Iswara 495
  Jiva from Iswara only 496
  Release granted by Iswara Alone 497
  Maya Subdued only by Iswara 498
  Jiva Iswara difference 499
  From Dhvaitha ti Adhvaitha 500
  Intermediate Stages 501
  Variants of Upadesa Corresponding to the stage of
Rightful Recipient
  Why Sasthra for Iswara’s Action ? 509
  Explicitly expounded truth in Gita 510
  Iswara’s knowledge grant also mentioned by adhi Sankara 512
  Dhvaitha of guru not a snag 518
  Maya Sakthi also grants Jnana 519
  Bondage of Karma due to Iswara attainment of
Jnana also due to him
  Knowledge of Athma is indeed the destruction of desire 522
  A Subtle indication about iswara 522
  Moksha in this world 523
  Idea that preceded Buddha 524
  After the mind Stops 526
  Realization of Athma is the true knowledge 527
  Drawback of living through the mind 529
  Mind needs to disappear not body 530
  Views pertaining to birth and liberation 531
  Effort towards the release is what is necessary 534
  Samsara Does have an end unanimous opinion 535
  Adhvaitham accept stages of dhvaitham 536
  Truth and bliss only in Adhvaitham 541
  Fear is one of Desire’s many Untoward results 542
  Dhvaithma that denotes many things 543
  Mind will not be alone 544
  Athma is the only Stand alone entity 546
  Example of Electricity 547
  Parmathma jivathmas 548
  Pramathma Cause of Universal Antharyami 549
  Iswara or Saguna Brahmam 551
  Vedhanta Iswara is not Siva 553
  Worship of Iswara 553
  Research for truth from Jiva’s Angle from
Universe’s angle
  Jiva Athma Iswara Athma 556
  Jivathma pramathma in dhvaitha and visishtadhvaitha 560
  Two Entities that are connected 563
  Why Paramathma Instead of Iswarthma? 564
  A few Principles of Adhvaitha 564
  Jiva cannot become Iswara 566
  Dhvaitha Jiva has connection to Iswara 570
  Iswara Jiva Avidhya Anthahkarana 571
  Dhvaitha Moksha and Prakruthi (Maya) 574
  For Dhvathic Tendency misery is unacoidable 578
  Task of Getting Purified 579
  Like Scrubbing a pot 580
  The Ravai Salla Analogy 583
  To Avoid Mixing up the Bad with the Good 586
  Various Names of love 588
  Bhakthi Definition of love 588
  Adhvaith Mukthi through Bhakthi 588
  Bhakthi love’s necessity 592
  Case of the self realized 594
  Our Path 599
  Connection to other paths non should be condensed 600
  Maturation of Sadhana Comes on its own 601
  The Medicine of Dharma 602
  Wrongful Accusation 603
  Dharma Adharma and the Adhvaithi 606
  Jnani and the Fruit of Actions 607
  Dharma and Love 616
  Love is Necessary for the Mind to Wither Away 619
  Without lofty goals lofty stages do not materialize 621
  Deva Sakthis afflict too 624
  Grace of God According to Desired goal 625
  Words of wisdom from Thirumular and Thirucalluvar 626
  Thoughts fi Adhvaitham right from the beginning 629
  Sufferings that release the bondage 630
  Performing action without feeling the burden 632
  The Three paths right from the beginning 634
  Foundation of Adhvaitham laid by Gita 638
  Start from today! 639
  Go Beyond the Good! 641
  Contemplating Athma is Essential for Everyone 642
  Things to learn after deep thinking 644
5 Bhakthi 649
  Adhvaitha philosophy and the Current state of Affairs 651
  From Current state to Adhvaitham 652
  Adhi Sankara’s Devotional Hymns 653
  Shatpadhi Sthothra 653
  Padham part of poetry 654
  Life body and consonants 655
  Hymns with Six Slokas 656
  The Mystery of the pun 658
  What do we pray for ? 659
  Bhagawan’s view 660
  Justification for worldly prayers 663
  Unfulfilled prayer and Atheism 667
  Praying for Athma Sreyas 668
  Vishnu fro Jnana Also 669
  To Set Right the mind 670
  Humility the most important virtue 672
  Sankara his Discipline and humility 674
  In Sikhism 679
  Two Kinds of disciplines 680
  Aptness of the desert simile 685
  Sahara sagaram 688
  Why Santhi after Dhanthi? 689
  For the World’s salvation with own salvation 689
  May you take me to the other shore 692
  A sweet Simple Sloka 694
  Sridevi and the Lotus 695
  Scared feet from which Ganga flows 696
  Feet that Rid us of Smasara and Grant Eternal Bliss 697
  Adhvaitha Acharya speaks Bhakthi and Dhvaitham 699
  Amazing Anthadhi 704
  Sloka that has continuity of ideas too 706
  Getting Rid of Smasara by dharsana 711
  Iswara Sabdha for Sri Hari 712
  Avatharas 713
  Twelve names Namam Applied on the forehead 716
  Damodhara 718
  Meaning of the Sacred names 719
  Nirguna and Gunanilaya
(Attribute less and the adobe of Attributes)
  Adhvaiths who are Krishna Bhakthas 723
  Uniqueness of Govinda and Hara Nama 727
  Govinda who is without any Kurai 730
  Guru Deiva Govinda 732
  One of Three 733
  Divine churn that churns the ocean of Samsara 734
  A few great men as role models 736
  Essence of the Hymn Removal for eh sufferings is Samsara 739
  As it Begin so it ends 741
  Expression is surrender like Phala Sruthi 743
  Saramgathi (surrender and Being in the state of
Brahman are one
  Six Slokas and six words 747
  The Riddle of bee gets Resolved! 748
6 Culture 755
  Poets Sense of dignity 755
  Surpassing the kings ! 757
  Mahan poet Difference 758
  Mahans Who had turned away form their kings 759
  Vairgaya and the sense of dignity 761
  Kalisdhasa and king bhoja 761
  Enmity followed by broken friendship 762
  Asked for his own charama sloka 762
  Kaliodhasa’s Refusal and its greatness 763
  Disguise 766
  Traditional tales and research 767
  Kambar and kulotthunga 769
  Intricacies of friendship turning into enmity 770
  Kambar’s flare up an vow 771
  Comparison of Kalidhasa and Kambar 772
  Visit to Chera kingdom and chera’s noble virtues 774
  In Chola’s court Chera appears as Adaipaikkaran 775
  Kambar’s Nobel Culture 777
  Two Kutty’s 778
  King Shahji 778
  Poem Glorifying the king 779
  King and the child mutual admiration 782
  Prathapa simha and Kutty kavi 784
  Buffalo hymn 785
  Poet who saved the nation 786
  The Youth who conquered the Bengali scholar 787
  Sasthri who wouldn’t bow down to Serfoji 788
  Sasthri who excelled in friendship too 789
  Turning down the king of Mysore 791
  Our Relative 792
  Boasting of poets and intellectuals 792
  Beauty in that too! 792
  Seeking Divine justice 794
  Kalidhasa and Ambika 794
  Nilakantar and Mahadhevar 800
  Even Distortion gets extolled 805
7 Mangalaraththi 807
  Greatness of Maruthi 809

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