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Manavalamamunigal

From: Mohan Sagar (msagar_at_worldnet.att.net)
Date: Sun Mar 16 1997 - 21:27:19 PST

A couple of issues related to my interest in this esteemed Acharyan.  First,
I have been very much enjoying Mr. Sadagopan's discussion on Yathiraja
Vimsati and compliment him on this endeavor.  I have not yet received his
posting on sloka 2.  So, I would very much appreciate it if he or Mani were
to forward it to me.

Secondly, I would like to thank Mr. Rengarajan for his very kind
compliments.  My inclinations and what little knowledge that I have are only
due to the Lord's Kindness. And it can only be His Grace which is
responsible for this forum through which I can have the acquaintance of such
learned Bhagavathas.  I must say that this forum has provided me with the
sense of fellowship and community that is encouraging me to further my
knowledge of the rich treasures of our Sampradayam.

While I will certainly add to Mr. T. A. Varadhan's postings whenever needed,
I do not think that my limited knowledge could in any way compare to the
level of interest and enthusiasm of my close friend.  Indeed, I would like
to take this opportunity to thank him for furthering my interest in
Manavalamamunigal's teachings.  Varadhan and I spent much of the last summer
carefully studying and analyzing the profound teachings of Mumuksupatti,
which provided me with the opportunity to learn much from Mr. Varadhan's
first hand experiences of growing up among the traditional Thengalai
communities of Kanchipuram and Srirangam.  I am very much looking forward to
hearing more from him on Sri Vara Vara Muni's vaibhavam.

Daasanu Daasan,

Mohan