Cho narrating a small incident on Mahaperiyava

I saw this serial on the net for some time…..The serial was ok…More than that, I enjoyed Cho’s portion a lot…Unfortunately I couldn’t continue watching it and lost the continuity….I heard this serial was aborted due to Cho’s health etc…

As we all know, Cho’s delivery is classic….Here is a small clip (shared to me by Shri P Ramesh) where he narrates Periyava’s experience…

Categories: Devotee Experiences


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  1. Video is no longer avialable!  

    Kale Varshatu Parjanyah, Prithivi Ssasya Shalini  Deshoyam Kshobharahitah Brahmanassantu Nirbhayaah. 

    May rain come on time: may earth be fertile with grain: may this country be free  from suffering: may good people live without fear

  2. Cho is saying only “i have no ARUGATHAI (Qualities) to be a Sishya of Maha Periyava.

    Cho has quoted several of Periyava’s Devaithin Kural in his various writings. There is a beautiful Periyava photo in Cho’s office behind his seat.

    Sri Periyava Saranam

  3. I do not think that Cho conveys any impression that he is not a devotee of Maha Periyava. What he says humorously is that he could not ever keep quiet and would be commenting about something or the other. He clearly has said that in view of his writings and comments about Sanatana Dharma, one should not get the impression that he is a great scholar, great devotee etc. He says that he knows his limitations.His series “Hindu Maha Samudhram” published by Alliance Publishers shows his efforts and depth of reading. I know that he extremely felt the void when Maha Periyava attained Siddhi. Sri. Cho Ramaswamy is as much a devotee of Maha Periyava, as we all are! Jaya Jaya Shankara, Hara Hara Shankara!

  4. It is such a bhagyam that one is born in this land where Kamakoti Peetam exists and it is a greater bhagyam if one is able to talk to Acharyal. I dont know why Cho repeatedly says ( in just a short period of time) that he should not be mistaken as devotee and so on. Is it a great virtue? Is he not happy that Acharyal called him and cleared his doubt. Is there something to be apologetic about it? Is he not devotee of Kamakoti Acharya? Does he feel otherwise? Strange indeed!

  5. Maha Periyava ThiruvadigaLee CharaNam! One wonders what this incident is! Maha Periyava perhaps will chide people like me for the curiosity! Jaya Jaya Shankara, Hara Hara Shankara!

  6. More and more such videos we see there can be no doubt in any one’s mind that Mahaperiyava was nothing but god incarnation of the century. Those who have had the good fortune of having seen him in their life time can have the satisfaction of having seen the God in person

  7. How telling!
    How we continue to ignore incidents in our life, that are teachings.
    Wish Cho would resume his `enge brahmanan’.

  8. How telling! We don’t realise, pause and think why certain incidents happen to me, you , us!!! And then learn from them, maybe change course, if our ego allows us!!! I wish CHO can continue his serial; I miss them. sudhakarudu.

  9. What is the difference between Maha Periyava and Sri Dhakshinamurthy? If Sri Dhakshinamurthy comes down in a prathyaksha form to bless the inhabitants of this earth, that is Sri Maha Periyava.

    Sri Maha Periyava Himself provides an explanation for this phenomenon that Sri Cho explains: in Amarakosam, the description “Sarvagnyan” is used only to refer to Lord Shiva and Sri Maha Periyava demonstrates here, however subtly, that only He is that “Sarvagnyan.” So, by His own science of logic, He is the Lord Parameswaran.

    Jaya Jaya Shankara! Hara Hara Shankara!

  10. Radhe Krishna. Sarvagna Sarvavyapi Periyava Saranam.. Hara Hara Sankara, Jaya Jaya Sankara. Hara Hara Sankara, Jaya Jaya Sankara. Hara Hara Sankara, Jaya Jaya Sankara. Hara Hara Sankara, Jaya Jaya Sankara.

  11. I have watched thiese episodes and have been wondering more about cho than this incident because probably there have been more incidents in my life like this. Wonderful.

  12. maha periyava is maha periyava…thank god in our life time we met such a wonderful guru.

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