Chief Justice Sri Jaganath Misra was once accompanied by his friend from Mexican Embassy in Delhi.
Sri Misra introduced him to Periyava saying, “He is a friend of mine from Mexico”.
Periyava replied “Mexico? What do you mean? He is from Delhi!”.
Sri Misra noded “Yes…”
And Periyava continued, “He is a Lawyer but never practiced…”
Now, Sri Misra looked strangely at his friend because he never aware of such thing. His friend has ageed and said, “Yes. I got a law degree but never went to the court.”
And Periyava has just starred for a moment & continued, “You’ve a large horticultural garden in Mexico, your father is taking care of it alone because your sister has gone away, your mother passed away and you’ve come here. What is this? Why didn’t you take up the Horticultural garden work & help your father, instead of this profession?”.
He has replied, “I like this job…” And the conversation went on…
When they were bidding for ‘Utharavu’, Periyava has said…”You’ve come from Tokya & you’re going to Rome?”
He has quickly denied saying, “No! No! Usually they don’t transfer immediately. It takes two years!”.
Periyava has blessed & they left. Back in Delhi within a week, suddenly Sri Misra was woken up by his son by 11pm in the night.
“Sorry, father.This gentleman from Mexican Embassy wants to talk to you urgently…”, his son replied.
He took the call. His friend, “Good Evening, Good Night & Adieu”. “What happened? Why all three at a time?”, Sri Misra queried.
He responded, “Sir! I’m transferred to Rome & I’ve report immediately, so I thought of informing you before leaving urgently…”
Tri-Kaala Gnani is a term rarely used even in Srimad Valmiki Ramayana only for few maharishis… We’ve lived during the time of such a Tri-Kaala Gnani, Sri MahaPeriyava. Seeking his blessings to make us better inside & outside.
(I think the link and photo provided is the same person referred in this article. If not, pl pardon my mistake!)
Article Courtesy: Shri Shivaraman
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