Sri Sivan Sir & Yenni Padigalil Mandhargal

 

 

 

Thanks to Smt Medhanivas Balavihar for sharing this wonderful site. This is a great blessing primarily for non-Tamil readers. Personally, I haven’t read it yet – I will start this one….

Click here to read – http://srisivansir.com



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  1. Now the website is down. It is redirecting towards some low-key websites. Kindly revise the link if a new one is available.

  2. Rama Rama

    Is YPM available in scribd?
    Can we download and read?

    Rama Rama

  3. One can notice many thought provoking writings of Sivan Sar in this site.
    Jaya Jaya Shankara, Hara Hara Shankara

    Balasubramanian NR

  4. Thanks for sharing. One can get introduced to Shri.Sivan Sir, most phenomenal and a very relevant saint of our time, from this inspired lecture by Brahmashri.Sundarakumar http://mahaperiyavaa.wordpress.com/2013/04/02/sri-sivan-sir-aradhana-videos/ and read the translation of ‘Yedippadigalil Maandargal’, a magnum opus work of Sir, a guiding light for the whole world from this site http://srisivansir.com/

    In Sir’s own words YPM throws light on both “what is what and what is not” in the spiritual realm. Wonderful effort by Shri.Mohan Krishnan. Many thanks from a devotee of Sir.

  5. Great book. Sivan Sar has said that through this book, He will directly speak to His Devotees. Needs sincere reading. Regular PaaraayaNam brings great relief. Contains authentic accounts of lives of many Mahaans like Sadasiva Brahmendra and Naraayana Thiirththar who wrote KrishNa Leelaa Tharangini! I hope Sivaraman Sir who has unpublished writings of Sivan Sar, in the form of His own handwritten diaries, may be able to publish them soon. But that is to be effected only through the Grace of Maha Periyava and Sivan Sar. I am sure it will come at the appropriate time. This site is very useful and gives many of Sivan Sar’s writings in easily readable form. Many thanks. Jaya Jaya Shankara, Hara Hara Shankara!

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