18 replies

  1. Amazing and no words to express the diviness of this exxcellant art

  2. Not sure how a blind person can paint since it involves picking correct color laying it at right places.

    Did you mean that he later turned blind?

    Blindly accepting this only shows what we want from Periyava is series of supernatural miracles rather than natural insights he gave us

  3. Truly blessed person. apart from the fact that it is thathroopam, due to my ignorance I cannot visualise how a blind person can draw? can someone explain .

  4. Super amazing. Great and blessed soul who painted this.

  5. Exemplary. Truly blessed by Mahaperiyawa. Proves that Mahaperiyawa lives in the heart of every Bhaktha.

  6. Beautiful work ! Periyava Saranam..

  7. maha periyava saranam.. chandrasekarendra saraswathi gurubhyo namaha: sanyaasa aashrama shikaraaya namaha..

    dhinamum ummai thudhikum naal endru vandhidumo ayyane..

  8. Beautiful… truly blessed

  9. very nicely done.

  10. The comment made by Smt CP Vijayalakshmi is the most appropriate.


  11. ஞானக் கண் ஒன்று இருந்தி்டும் போதினிலே…

  12. மஹாபெரியவாளின் பூரண அனுக்ரஹம் பெற்ற அந்த புண்ணிய ஆத்மாவின் பாதகமலங்களில் என் தலை வைத்து கோடி நமஸ்காரங்கள் செய்கிறேன்.
    ஜய ஜய சங்கர! ஹர ஹர சங்கர!

  13. Jaya jaya Sankara

  14. The Blessings abundantly granted to the Vision less Shri Seenu, which has given the Mahesan Shri MahsPerivaa. ‘S wonderful insight Oil Painting.

  15. Mahaperiyavaa has blessed him with the third eye
    Really wonderful

  16. Picture looks very realistic. the picture must have been drawn using his inner vision.

  17. Incredible.truly blessed by Mahaperiyava.
    Jaya Jaya Sankara Hara Hara Sankara.

  18. Jaya Jaya Sankara Hara Hara Sankara – Truly blessed….

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