The streets were flooded with wet mud due to this stream .The devotees were dancing in this wet mud chanting the HOLY NAME . Azhwar mentally recalled this sweet incident and expressed his desire that how fortunate he would be to apply on his forehead the wet mud as a holy mark in mark of respect to the great devotees singing LORD’s names ..
Ghushyate yasyanagarey Rangayaatraa dhiney dhiney
tamaham sirasaa vandey Rajaanam Kulasekharam..
The above sloka speaks about the Azhwar who was an Emperor seeking Lord Ranganatha’s darshan every breath ……..
Sri Kulasekhara Azhwar was the sixth among the illustrious Srivaishnava Azhwars. He appeared at a place in Kerala at Thiruvanjikalam and was a great devotee of LORD . He became more effulgent because of his total immersion in rendering service to the devotees Our Elders advise in a verse that …..
Nyagrodhabeeje vatavat pranave sabdajaalavat
sidde tadeeya seshatve sarvaarthaah sambavantih
only when we have the feeling of being a servant in the presence of the devotees of the LORD then only we can have the realization of the LORD.
As this is the only way one gets great strength that this quality only can confer us by giving us the objective of realizing the LORD amongs’t the devotees .If one…
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