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Re: Re: Sri Guna Rathna Kosam : Part 51: slOkam 40

From: Ramanan Rajagopalan (
Date: Thu Jun 21 2001 - 13:04:50 PDT

Dear Sri.Satakopan mama and Sri.Madhavakkannan:


The postings by you are very much enjoyable with the way you 
have narrated. 

I remember about the Anubavam of Nammaazhwar on Tirukkurungudi 
Nambi when talking about his Tirumeni.

eNGNGanEyO annai meergaaL!
  ennai munivadhunNeer?,
nangaLkOlath thiruk kuRungudi
  nambiyai naaNnkandapin,
sanginOdum nEmi yOdum
  thaamaraik kaNgaLodum,
senganivaa yonRi Nnodum
  selginRa thennNenchamE.

The pasurams on Nambi are really a Great ANUBAVAM of Azhwar 
that he enjoys perumal to the highest degree.

Thanks very much for valuable postings,

Sri Ramanuja Dasan,
 iruppidam vaikundham vEnkatam * mAlirunchOlaiyennum
poruppidam mAyanuk enbar nallOr * avai thannodum van
thiruppidam mAyan irAmAnusan manathinRavan van
thiruppidam * enRan idhayaththuLLE thanakkinpuRavE.

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---- On Thu, 21 Jun 2001, 
( wrote:

> SrI:
> SrImathE Gopaladesika mahadesikaya namah:
> Dear SrI SatakOpan mama,
> Thanks for your never ceasing outpourings of such great 
> Your indefatigable efforts are greatly appreciated by all of 
> Your excellent narration of PiraaTTi's beautiful eyes 
reminded me
> of this (which I had heard in upanyasam):
> When the mOhini alankAram utsavam procession takes place, Lord
> RanganAthA
> looks even more exquisitely beautiful and gorgeous. He looks 
> grand
> and splendid!
> All bhakthas throng and push each other to obtain the full 
glimpse of
> the
> Lord and get blessed. the Lord himself looks seemingly 
satisfied with
> the
> alankAram and is wearing a proud smile of admiration. By 
nature He is
> Beauty personified; now; He is in mOhini alankaram; Needless 
to say, He
> looks magnificent. (This alankAram procession takes place the 
day before
> vaikuta ekAdashi-)
> It seems during one such mOhini alankAram day, after the Lord 
> His
> journey and came back to His place, He had a deep satisfied 
sigh that
> all
> bhakthas had enjoyed Him in thjis alankaram and asked proudly
> our Sri ParAsara bhattar (who was reported to have had 
conversation with
> pirAtti and namperumAl). Our NamperumAL asked bhattar "So, 
> Were
> you there?
> How was the alankAram? Did you like? was it good?" He knew, 
it was an
> excellent alankAram and He looked great more because almost 
all devotees
> who were blessed to have His darshan exclaimed " pAren, 
pAren, perumAl
> innikku  koLLai azhagA irukkAr ille! (See, See How great He 
looks!)" .
> Lord
> Ranagan was expecting a POSITIVE response from Bhattar!
> Bhattar had an impish smile; He said, " Lord, KshamikkaNum 
> forgive
> me). You looked great, no doubt. It was an excellent 
> Marvellous
> beautiful anna nadai when you walked the course. We really 
enjoyed our
> Lord
> in that splendid alankaram; You looked, in all respects, as 
> as
> pirAtti.
> BUT..."- He stopped.
> naMperumAl was slightly taken aback. "Why then that but?.... 
come out "
> Bhattar continued, again with a smile, "All said and done, 
you can not.
> I
> repeat, You can NOT bring the expression of karuNai katAksham 
> compassionate
> glances of my thAyAR in your eyes. You can wear thousands of
> AbharaNangal
> and dress to make You look like thAyAr and you may even look 
the same;
> BUT you are a navaneetha chOran (a butter thief!); a NAUGHTY 
> Your mischievous eyes have failed you my LORD," Bhattar said 
> while simultaneously admiring the same naughty, mischievous, 
> glittering,
> large, dark eyes of naMperumAL (kariyavAgi pudai paranthu, 
> sevvariyodiya, neeNda, periya vAya kaNgaL).
> The Lord Himself knows that Bhattar was enjoying the
> beauty of His eyes and was smiling and sharing the fact that 
He can not
> match the merciful looks of His consort and was even happy 
that bhattar
> found that out.
> May Sri RanganAyaki samEtha RanganAtha bless us all!
> Regards
> Narayana Narayana
> aDiyEn Narayana dAsan madhavakkannan
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