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Thursday, January 31, 2008


The true god with his reverent heart as important intention of suttha sanmargam's truth describing Gnana Sabai is next to temple of Sitthivalagam is Uthragnanachidambaram or Gnanasitthipuram as remarked Vadalur Parvathipuram with his reverent graces consents to actuate,


[1] Thiruvarut Prakasa Vallalar, ‘Thiruvarutpa’, ‘Urainadaipakuthi’, ‘Thiruvarun Meimozhi’ Thiruvarut Prakasa Vallalar Deiva Nilayam, pp. 458, May 2004.


Sunday, January 20, 2008


This is the book written by SWAMI SARAVANANANDA, who named the book SAINT RAMALINGAM (His life and teachings as experienced from the Inner Divine Light). Download this pdf to get a clear picture of Vallalar's life.

Download Saint Ramalingam pdf

Saturday, January 19, 2008


I have got some original pictures of places that strongly associated with vallalar. Have a look at this single picture (due to low resolution, combined all pictures into one). I am not having the date in which pictures had been taken. Click it to enlarge.



Definition for God being unique and also multiple:
In religion Sivam unique, Multiple in Brammam sources.
In extreme religion as stated Brammam to pure Brammam is unique, Acquirers are multiple.
In simple state God is unique, Livings are multiple.
In suttha samargam God is unique, Intellectuals who acquired pure sources of three bodies by god graces are multiple.


Definition for God being not a single, not a double and Being single and double:
Not a single - Godliness is not a single intellectual (Gnana) body
Not a double - Godliness is not a double pure (suttha), celestial (pranava) bodies
Being single and double - Godliness is being single and double by beeing first tool to give intellectual (Gnana) body, pure (suttha), celestial (pranava) bodies to the Intellectuals who acquired his graces.By experience feel it at guru.

[1] Thiruvarut Prakasa Vallalar, ‘Thiruvarutpa’, ‘Urainadaipakuthi’, ‘Kadavul Ekam Anekam’ Thiruvarut Prakasa Vallalar Deiva Nilayam, pp. 394, May 2004.
[2] Thiruvarut Prakasa Vallalar, ‘Thiruvarutpa’, ‘Urainadaipakuthi’, ‘Kadavul Ondrum Irandum Aadhal’ Thiruvarut Prakasa Vallalar Deiva Nilayam, pp. 394, May 2004.
[3] Thiruvarut Prakasa Vallalar, ‘Thiruvarutpa’, ‘Aaraam Thirumurai’, ‘Arutperunjothi Agaval’, Thiruvarut Prakasa Vallalar Deiva Nilayam, pp. 24, May 2004.

Friday, January 18, 2008


Here, the part of letter written by THOLUVURE VELAYUTHAM MUDALIAR (Head disciple of Vallalar) to the Theosopical Society in July 1882 describing Vallalar.

He was born at Maruthur, Chithambaram Taluq, South Arcot, Madras Presidency. He came to live at Madras at an early period of his career, and dwelt there for a long time. At the age of nine, without any reading, Ramalingarn is certified by eye witnesses to have been able to recite the contents of the works of Agustia and other Munis equally respected by Dravidians and Aryans.

In 1849, I became his disciple and though no one knew where he had been initiated. Some years after he gathered a number of disciples around him. He was a great' Alchemist. He had a strange faculty about him, witnessed very often, of changing carnivorous person into a vegetarian, a mere glance from him seemed enough to destroy the desire for animal food. He had also the wonderful faculty of reading other men's minds.

In the year 1855, he left Madras for Chidambaram and thence to Vadalur and Karungooli where he remained a number of years. Many a time during his stay there, he used to leave his followers, disappearing and no one knew whither, and remaining absent for more or less prolonged period of time.

In personal appearance Ramalingam was a moderately tall spare man - so spare, indeed as to virtually appear a skeleton - yet withal a strong man, erect in stature and walking very rapidly with it face of a clever brown complexion, a straight thin nose very large fiery eyes and with a look of constant sorrow on his face.

Towards the end, he let his hair grow long, and what is rather unusual with Yogis, he wore shoes. His Garments consisted but of two pieces of white cloth. His habits were excessively abstemious. He was known to hardly ever take any rest. A strict vegetarian, he ate but once in two or three days and was then satisfied with a few mouthfuls of rice. But when fasting for a period of two or three months, he literally ate nothing living merely on warm water with a little sugar dissolved in it.

When he attained his 50th year (1873) he began to prepare his disciples for his departure from the world. He announced his intention of going into Samadhi. During the first half of 1873, he preached most forcibly his views upon Human Brotherhood.

But during the last quarter of the year, he gave up lecturing entirely and maintained an almost unbroken silence. He resumed speech in the last days of January 1874, and reiterated his prophecies herein after narrated.

On the 30th of that month at Mettukuppam, we saw our master for the last time. Selecting a small building, he entered its solitary room after taking an affectionate farewell of his Chelas, stretched himself on the carpet, and then, by his orders the door was locked and the only opening walled up.

But, when a year later, the place was opened and examined, there was nothing to be seen but a vacant room. He left with us a promise to reappear some day but would give us no intimation as to the time, place or circumstances.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008


This tai poosam (2008) is going to have some changes in the festival schedule because this is the first tai poosam after a very long time, The code of conduct of jothi darshan drafted by Vallalar is going to be followed.
Regular tai poosam event(significant) consists of..,
1.Special poojas from the day before for siva lingam.
2.Decorated Siva lingam brought outside for public presence around the Gnanasabai.
3.On third day siva lingam being taken to the sitthivalagam for reverent door opening.

So this poosam is going to be different.Here is the news from Dinamalar published on May 2007 which describes the judgement on code of conduct for the Gnanasabai.
Judgement synopsis:- Hereafter inside gnana sabai, the worship should be conducted as per the rules drafted by Vallalar in 1872.

Tuesday, January 8, 2008


This script contains very charming old pattern tamil letters written by Vallalar.Have a deep look at his hand writing. Read it, Feel it.

[1] Thiruvarut Prakasa Vallalar, ‘Thiruvarutpa’, ‘Aaraam Thirumurai’, Thiruvarut Prakasa Vallalar Deiva Nilayam, pp. 22, May 2004.