Sri Rama Rajyam


I wanted to post this yesterday but due to some reason, this slipped. I am posting it now – it is still Rama Navami in US. Ram Ram!!!

Sage of Kanchi

Is it just me or you also see a great resemblance here?

Sri_Rama_Pattabishekam

The above picture is a high-resolution picture – good for printing in large size and framing.

Periyava_Kanagabishekam

When I was in India, somehow I got this magazine from Ramakrishna Mutt. I loved the front page and wanted to scan. However it did not move from the puja room to my office room where the scanner is…Everyday, I see this magazine and tell myself that today I am going to scan it – never happened. Couple of days back, when I was going through FB, I ran into the Periyava Kanaghabisheka photo. Thats when it struck me the coincidence and made me scan too !!

Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare

Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare!

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3 replies

  1. That is why we conclude “He is the Supreme Guru and the Supreme Person”. Your similarities are perfectly evident.

    Dr. Veezhinathan says that for establishing Dharma, Sri Rama and sri Mahaperiyava are parallels. The difference is one did by following the rules of GrihastAshrama, and the other through following rules of SanyAsAshrama.

    There is a namavali for Sri. Mahaeriyava which says “sanyAsAshrama shikarAya namaH”.

    My 2 cents…

  2. Periyava has explained that Sri Raman is Ambal.
    Of course, we know from many instances from devotees that
    Periyava is Kamakshi! So the similarities continue..

  3. “Dr. Veezhinathan says that for establishing Dharma, Sri Rama and sri Mahaperiyava are parallels. The difference is one did by following the rules of GrihastAshrama, and the other through following rules of SanyAsAshrama.”
    Rama Raajyam and Periyava Raajyam are One and the Same! Sri Rama anD Maha Periyava are One and the Same! Let us pray to them sincerely and chant their Naamas. It will bring salvation. Sri Rama Jayam! Hara Hara Shankara, Jaya Jjaya Shankara!

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