Monday, 27 May 2013


Sreemathey Ramanujaya Namaha
Sreemadh Varavara Munaye Namaha
Sree Venkata Gurave Namaha

"Yathindra Pravana Prabhavam" is an ancient work on the biography of "Sri Manavala Mamunigal" written by Swamy Pillai lokam Jeeyar, (a sishya of Manavala Mamunigal) around
16th Century A.D. It covers the lives of Swamy Nampilai, Pillai lokachariar,Azhagiya Perumal Nayanar, 24,000 padi, and birth of 36,000 padi, Thiruvaimozhi Pillai and Swamy Manavala Mamunigal.

This book is the authenticated document of various important events that took place during the life times of acharyas of our sath samprdhayam.

In the previous article "AAVANI HASTHAM", two incidents were given out to show the greatness of Appachariaranna

1)Swamy Manavala Mamunigal blessing "Appachiaranna" with his "jeerna pathram" called "RAMANUJAN" commanding to make 2 achara vigrahas of himself, one for Appachiaranna himself and another one for Vanamamalai Jeeyar

2)Gracing "Appachiaranna" (that is Kandhadai Vamsathar) with "Ennai Theemanam Kedutthar" which was the aaradhani perumal of Atkondavalli jeeyar.

Adiyen was asked by a friend to provide pramanams for the same, It really sounded good and with asmad acharyan swamy's grace & guidance,(adiyen could locate) these incidents are very well documented in Yathindra Pravana Prabhavam.

Adiyen is scanning the particular pages, which stands as a documented evidence that adds pride to our Mudaliyandan Thirumaligai & Acharyas. As known Swamy Ramanuja had a soft corner for our Acharya & his thiruvamsam, similary this two historic events clearly depict, Manavala Mamunigal (who is the punar avatharam of Swamy Ramanuja) showed the same love & affection towards our Thirumaligai Acharyas (this is because of their gyanam, anushtanam, vidwath and bakthi)

Adiyen takes pride, on being sishya to such acharyan vamsam.

Mudaliyandan Swamy is the beloved bhagineyar, Tridandam & Padhukas of Jagat Acharyan Swamy Ramanujan.

Yathiraja Padhukayay Namaha

Adiyen Ramanauja Dasan

Geetha Vasudevan

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