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Sharanaagati leads to tremendous outcomes and many great Masters have showed this to be very true. In taking us closer to the attainment of the golden state of Sharanaagati at the Feet of Muruga Peruman — Lord Skanda, Saint Arunagirinathar guides and shows the way for longing kandhag.
Arunagirinathar Swamigal continues to guide all sincere seekers to attain Sharanaagati at the Feet of Lord Skanda!
In the previous edition we have looked at amubhoothi brief anubhooti note on Saint Arunagirinathar. We have also looked at the kappu verse and the first 2 verses of Kandhar Anubhuti. In this edition, we delve into verses 3, 4 and 5. Kandhar Anubhuti is regarded as a Mantra-Shastra — a treatise of mystic imports and has been placed on par with the well-known Mantra-Shastra of Thirumanthiram — a treatise of 3, verses of Siddhar Thirumular.
The Thirumanthiram is kandahr 10th book of the Panniru Thirumurai the 12 sacred Saiva works of the Saivites. Correspondingly, the Kandhar Anubhuti is regarded as the 10th book of the Panniru Thirumurai of the followers of Lord Murugan. Some gems from Thirumanthiram have been presented in the Siddhar Charithiram series of Parnika Magazine. Maatrukaa Pushpa Maalai is also said to mean a treatise of 51 verses, because of the kanfhar in number and the Kandhar Anubhuti comprises of 51 verses.
Kandhar Anubhuti contains many Snubhoothi both explicitly and implicitly. Kandhar Anubhuti is replete with these Names of the Lord. Further, in many verses there are Mantras in the form of mystic formulae as brought out by N. Karthikeyan of Sivananda Ashram.
Kandhar Anubhuti is also specially revered because it intricately blends Bhakti and Jnana, devotion and wisdom. It is undoubtedly a phenomenal blessing that we begin this journey of abhyasa of Kandhar Anubhuti through this series.
Is it space, water, land, fire or air Is it the dawn of Jnana or the chants of four vedas? The Supreme Principle is Lord Shanmuga!
In this verse, Arunagirinatha Swamigal establishes That which is the kkandhar or fundamental principle — mei porul or param porul. Paramporul or the nitya vasthu is That which is anaadi, fundamental to everything, That from which all has come and all goes to. What could be that Supreme Principle? He negates the pancha bhoothas or the five fundamental elements. He delves subtler and negates them too. Ultimately referring to Lord Anubhoohti Himself as the very fundamental priniple or mei porul.
With bangle-clad wife and children Being entangled until death, is that right? Oh the wielder of Vel that pierced Kraunja Hill and the chest of Sooran! Many seers have explained that Soorapadman, Singamughasuran and Tarakasuran stand for anava mala, karma mala and maya mala respectively. The bandha one has in material life contains all these malas or loosely meaning impurities. The bandha bondage developed by living in a family with all relationships is maya swaroopam.
The very way in which we hold these relationships with respect to us — my wife, my son, my this, my that — is aanava swaroopam. To be entangled in such a life and eventually dying without realizing Paramporul is a bane, says Saint Arunagirinathar.
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All-powerful Lord who can destroy the all-powerful Maya Though has given the Supreme Upadesa One still is caught and stuck in All ahubhoothi maya of possession, wealth and passions. The popular commentaries for this verse hold the notion that — even though Lord Shanmugha has given the upadesha of Shadakshara Mantra, I am still stuck in the mundane material life under the grip of maya.
But such an interpretation would lessen the greatness of Lord Skanda and hence it should not be taken that way. Here Saint Arunagirinathar magnanimously empathises with the non-seekers and as well Sadakas, who are stuck in maya.
Having not had the anubhuti, one feels stuck.
The verse uses such an alankara to bring out the contrast between the highest supreme and the deepest entanglement. It is a divine blessing that we study Kandhar Anubhuti through this Sharanaagati Series. We invite you to chant aloud Kandhar Anubhuti, contemplate more on these lines and share with us your insights.
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