सर्वज्ञाचार्य-भगवत्स्वरूपाय नमो नमः। ४
sarvajñācārya-bhagavatsvarūpāya namo namaḥ | (4)
ஸர்வஞ்ய- ஆசார்ய- பகவத்- ஸ்வரூபாய நமோ நம:
Obeisance to the Acharya figure of the all knowing Bahgavan.
ஸர்வஞ்ய- ஆசார்ய பகவானின் ஸ்வரூபமானவருக்கு நமஸ்காரம்.
A small incident from my memory about the all-knowing Supreme Guru Pujya śrī mahāsvāmiji.
During one of my visits to kāñcī mutt in late 1980s, I was standing in the line as His Holiness was giving darśan. A scholar, and the author of the book titled “śri rāmāñjaneyam”, visited the mutt from Tirupati. The book was submitted for śrīmahāsvāmiji’s perusal.
There was absolute silence for about 20 minutes as His Holiness was browsing the book. From the conversations, that ensued after the study, in Sanskrit and Telugu, it was evident that His Holiness had understood the message of the book thoroughly. There were questions and answers pertaining to Ramayana. In the end, His Holiness was satisfied with the explanations and the answers provided by the author. The mutt gave a shawl to the scholar.
Finally the scholar prostrated completely before His Holiness and said “śrī caraṇāḥ sarvajñāḥ” literally meaning that His Holiness knows everything. His Holiness finished the conversation by saying the verse “tattvam tattva videkātmā janma mṛtyu jarādigaḥ” from viṣṇu sahasranāmam.
Posted by Shri Ravi in kanchiforum.org
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