Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Arunachala Kshetram - Discover yourself through self-inquiry & joyful living!





He appeared to be learned and spiritually inclined to do his best for this noble cause. He briefed me the vision and the plan for the ambitious project which he is confident of achieving through well-meaning friends, donors and devotees...

After a few days on my return back to Mumbai, I received a phone call from a friend who wished to visit me to explain regarding some temple in Tamilnadu. On the appointed day, my friend came over, and he was accompanied by a tall, young man dressed in bhagwa colour kurta and dothi. He was keen to see me. We were introduced and exchanged pleasantries.

He was Swami Ramana Swaroopananda, an ardent devotee of Shri Arunachala Ramana, and an earnest seeker following the path of Atma Vichara, is the acharya of the Atma Vidya Mandir. Submitting to the inner call of the divine, he moved to Arunachala Ksetra to practice austerities at the feet of Bhagwan Sri Ramana. Initiated by Arunachala Ramana into the secrets of Atma Gnana; he is now prompted from within to share his love and understanding of Atma Vichara and Arunachala Smarana.

He appeared to be learned and spiritually inclined to do his best for this noble cause. He briefed me the vision and the plan for the ambitious project which he is confident of achieving through well-meaning friends, donors and devotees.

He was in Mumbai on an important mission to raise funds from friends, devotees and others for financing the project in Arunachala. The first phase of the ambitious project includes a small temple for Arunachala, a Dhyana Mandir/Satsang hall, Acharya’s Kutiya, an office block with basic amenities, Residential quarters for devotees, a Kitchen and Dining hall. All the facilities are to face the holy hill Arunachala, so that the darshan of Arunachala is unhindered.

Arunachala Kshetram or Tiruvannamalai is a sacred place (Shiva bhoomi) in South India, where once Lord Shiva appeared as an infinite column of light to bless the world. At the foot hills of this hillock facing the almighty Arunachala, is the 8 of acres of land where Atma Vidya Mandir after construction would be consecrated to bless the world.

Swami Ramana Swaroopananda has made an appeal through this blog to all the readers in India and across the world to donate generously for the noble cause. One can sponsor or co-sponsor any one of the facilities. All donations should be routed through – Sri Arunachala Smaranamrutam Trust.

For more information, you may contact Swami Ramana Swaroopananda at Tiruvannamalai. Mobile no: 9840049923. Email: ramana.s.ananda@gmail.com

For details log onto: www.atmavidyamandir.com







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The Ramayana retold
Every Indian must have read the translation and adaptation of the Ramayana sometime or the other. RK Narayan once wrote that almost every Indian is aware of the story of the Ramayana in some measure or the other.

Valmiki wrote the first narrative of the epic in Sanskrit. Although the Ramayana may have existed in some form before, his version is considered standard for most translations into English. The oldest manuscript is a palm-leaf that was found in Nepal.


But very few may have given a thought or realised the role of Bharata which is the essence and has made the epic what it is, a fasinating story. The Ramayana can make you think – and it is a great read, everytime. And especially, the episode of Bharata. You will find it interesting.

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