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The most blessed event! The lighting of the Karthigai Deepam at the peak of the holy Arunachala Hill at 6 pm IST on November 24 2007!
This event occurs every year on the Krittika nakshatra day of the Karthigai month in the November/December timeframe.
The deepam jyoti is lit in fond remembrance of the Arunachala avatar as an infinite pillar of light - the light of knowledge dispelling the darkness of ignorance and arrogance.
This video shows the lighting as observed from the Agasthiar Ashram in Arunachala.
It is customary for the Ashramites, led by Sathguru Venkataraman, to herald the blessed event with conches, dundubis, nadhaswaram, tavil, cymbals, bells and other auspicious instruments. Here, the cymbals in the hands of the youngsters drown out the other instruments including the tavil drum, believe it or not! See part 2 of this video at http://youtube.com/watch?v=KROvKt-AxnI
As you watch this video, concentrate on the peak of the Arunachala Hill and on the jyoti deepam flame which embodies the eternal wisdom, mercy, grace and compassion of Arunachala, the Lord and Master of the Universe.
Visit http://www.Agasthiar.org/arunachala for more details.
Some more singing from the concert at the main temple at Tiruvannamali. Photos show scenes from the Kartikai Deepam festival, with pradakshina of the temple by the murtis, and the great ghee flame lit on the summit of Arunachala. Photos by kind permission of Skanda (Kanvashrama Trust), and Dev Gorgoi.(see other clips posted)
OM. http://www.Agasthiar.Org/arunafr.htm . Sathguru Venkataraman explains why Arunachala is so special. http://www.Agasthiar.Org/frame3.htm . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvYT4cXt2Io&feature=PlayList&p=D2E8F3AB8CE7050F&index=0&playnext=1
. OM. http://www.Agasthiar.Org.
I like to share with you the peaceful atmosphere of the Ashram of Sri Ramana Maharshi. I traveled there in February 2003 during my India journey, which brought me to Pune to Oshos Place and to Arambol in Goa. As a professional filmmaker I will bring to you several videos more to see, from Pune, Goa, and Sufi Places in New Delhi. There will be films about qawwali Music in a very heart touching manner. Films of devotion and peace. The music of this current film is composed by Amaresh Seelig and Andres Cordon, they have my deep respect and gratefullness. Check this site regurarly. Regards, Werner
Namaste! This is from the song I think is called Arunachala Aksharamanamalai
If you know what he's saying in the beggining please translate for us.
to but the full concert http://www.anandagalleria.com/new/html/music-detail_1.aspx?id=M8
lyrics is found at: http://www.sriramanamaharshi.org/Tamil_Parayana.html
my webblogg: http://nithyanandamtemple.webblogg.se/
The Eternal Light - Bhagavan's Life Story
The Sage of Arunachala
30th Dec. 1879 to 14th April 1950
Throughout the history of mankind spiritual giants have appeared on very rare ocassions to exemplify the Highest Truth, guiding followers by their conduct in every moment of their lives; Sri Ramana Maharshi was such a giant. Unique in our time, He perfectly embodied the ultimate truth of Self-realisation, or complete immersion in God.
Known as the Sage of Arunachala, He spoke and wrote very little. He preferred to communicate through the power of overwhelming Silence, a silence so deep and powerful that it stilled the minds of ardent seekers who were attracted to Him from all over the world.
Mother Ayur Devi is a Siddha revelation given to us by Sathguru Venkataraman, the founder of the Agasthiar Ashram located in holy Arunachala.
During the 1992 Navaratri festival, in the course of ten lectures at the Veleeswarar temple in Mylapore, Chennai, Sathguru Venkataraman revealed the Mother's glory, Her unique form and worship procedures to the world at large.
These precious details and our Ashram's original painting of Mother Ayur Devi can be found in our book titled "Sri Ayur Devi Mahima."
You can also refer to our Ashram's website for summary information on Mother Ayur Devi and for downloading the text of the mantras.
Sathguru Venkataraman has revealed to the wortd the Dhyana Mantra, the Moola Mantra, the Gayatri Mantra and the 27 Name Mantras of Mother Ayur Devi that you can use in your personal worship procedure.
In this clip, we present the 27 DIVINE NAME MANTRAS of Mother Ayur Devi.
You can offer yellow or gold colored fragrant flowers as archana at the Mother's lotus feet with each of these name mantras. This is a way to get sarva mangala sowbhagya, that is, all auspiciousness and prosperity. The 27 name mantras:
1. Om Sri Akilaandesvaryai Namaha
2. Om Sri Anna Vaahinyai Namaha
3. Om Sri Adbhuta Chaarithraayai Namaha
4. Om Sri Aadhi Devyai Namaha
5. Om Sri Aadhi Paraasakthyai Namaha
6. Om Sri Eesvaryai Namaha
7. Om Sri Ekaantha Poojithaayai Namaha
8. Om Sri Omkara Roopinyai Namaha
9. Om Sri Kaala Bhairavyai Namaha
10. Om Sri Kritha Yuga Chit Sakthyai Namaha
11. Om Sri Chakra Vaasinyai Namaha
12. Om Sri Siddh Purusha Thathvaayai Namaha
13. Om Sri Shiva Shakti Aikya Svaroopinyai Namaha
14. Om Sri Lalitha Paramesvaryai Namaha
15. Om Sri Trimurti Svaroopinyai Namaha
16. Om Sri Nava Kara Roopinyai Namaha
17. Om Sri Nava Mudra Samaaraadhyaayai Namaha
18. Om Sri Padmaasanasthaayai Namaha
19. Om Sri Yogaambikaayai Namaha
20. Om Sri Durga Lakshmi Saraswathi Nishevithaayai Namaha
21. Om Sri Vishnu Roopinyai Namaha
22. Om Sri Veda Mantra Yantra Shaktyai Namaha
23. Om Sreem Hreem Aim Subaayai Namaha
24. Om Sri Shiva Kutumbinyai Namaha
25. Om Sri Arunachala Merusthaayai Namaha
26. Om Sri Kara Peeta Vara Prasaadinyai Namaha
27. Om Sri Aayur Devyai Namaha
We repeat this set of names twice in this production to help with the learning process.
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The narration and chanting in this clip are by Agasthiar Ashramites.
Refer to other clips from us for other Ayur Devi mantras.
Agasthiar Ashram located in holy Arunachala
Song dedicated to Poonjaji's meeting with Ramana Maharshi by Arunachala. Also shows devotees in Lucknow celebrating in bhakti (devotion) and silence .What a Sanga!Please click a star.
oNE DAY YOU PACKED YOUR BAGS AND LEFT
TOOK A TRAIN TO GO DOWN SOUTH
TO SEE ANOTHER MAN IN GRACE
WITH YOUR LIPS YOU PRAYED AND PRAYED
TO THE ONE GREAT CALL OF LOVE
IN GREAT DANCE AND ECSTACY
YOU PLAYED WITH VASUDEVA
HARE KRISHNA HARE KRISHNA
HARE RAMA HARE RAMA
RAMA RAMA HARE HARE
AND THEN YOU MET HIM ON THE HILL
HE SAID WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN
I'VE BEEN PLAYING WITH KRISHNA
HE SAID 'WHERE IS KRISHNA NOW!'
'WHAT COMES AND GOES , IS NOT REAL!'
AND THEN YOU CAME TO LUCKNOW TOWN
AND WE GATHERED AROUND
TO BE WITH YOU IN THIS SILENCE
THE JOY THE LOVE THE PEACE THE PRAYER
IN GREAT DANCE AND ECSTACY
WE SING THIS HOLY SONG TO THEE
HARE KRISHNA HARE KRISHNA
HARE RAMA HARE RAMA
RAMA RAMA HARE HARE
POONJAJI MY HEART RISHI
MY HEART RISHI
Om. The Thought Purification Mantra. The Avatar Mantra of Maha Guru Sri Agasthiar. Given to us by Sathguru Venkataraman of the Agasthiar Siddha Lineage.
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Agasthiar Ashram located in holy Arunachala.
The great sage Ramana Maharshi, Paul Brunton's spiritual teacher, gives us some invaluable advice on the quest. Ramana did famously live most of his life near the sacred mountain Arunachala. Most of the images are taken either from the mountain itself or the immediate surroundings. The great temple that can be seen in many of the pictures is situated at the foot of Arunachala and is dedicated to Shiva.
The long quote used in the video is taken from the first page of a great book I have called "The spiritual Teaching of Ramana Maharshi"(with the exception for the last sentence, which is taken, somewhat condensed, from page 2).
Buy the DVD:http://www.superaudio.in/templesofindiatamilnadudvd-p-3711.html
Temples form the bedrock of Tamil culture. They have so pervasive and powerful an influence on the social, cultural, moral and religious life of the Tamil people, the Avvaiyar, the celebrated poetess, advised children not to live in a place that does not have A temple. After temples began to be built in stone, great heights were scaled in sculpture and architecture. The magnificent gateways of the sprawling Srirangam temple and the Nataraja temple in Chidambaram, the grand edifices of the Thanjavur Brihadeeswarar abd Gangaikondacholapuram temples, the dramatic setting by the sea of the Mamallapuram Shore temple, the hill and temple of Arunacala Shore temple, the hill and temple of Arunachala soaked in the mystique of spirituality and the devotional fervour of the ancient Tiruvottriyur and Mylapore temples create a rare experience for the viewer in this video programme. 'Temples of Tamil Nadu,' not only brings scintillating visuals of great temples to you, but also evokes the peace; calm and spiritual feeling of pilgrim centers, for the search of the meaning of life is the ultimate aim of the temples. In Tamil philosophical lore, the temple is represented as a symbol of the body. 'The heart is the shrine, the mouth the gateway, the senses are the lights, and the soul the abode of God', says the great work Tirumantiram. The visuals, music and succinct text of this brilliant offering lead you from the highs of creativity and devotion to the altar of the peace that surpasses all understanding.
OM. http://www.Agasthiar.Org/a/hls.htm .
Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tePoRrIrm58 .
Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQZ_PbkUFp4 .
Siddha who shows the way; who helps us advance; who helps us get unstuck; who helps us get out of a rut. Siddha Glimpses from Sathguru Venkataraman on Hurricane Lamp Siddha, one of the great Arunachala Siddhas that spiritual aspirants should know about. For spiritual aspirants everywhere - Sri Hurricane Light Siddha.