Updated on January 18, 2020 in General
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Namaskaram Swamy

Just a thought.

We used to say ‘thanaga’ very often.
For e.g.
Embrio formation and subsequent growth of all living beings.
Leaves falling from a tree after a particular time.
Medicines prescribed by a Dr works for a patient and stitches healing
Getting sleep on time and waking up.
Flowers blossoming and getting dried.

I am not at all capable to list His glories. He is everything, everywhere, everytime and infinite.

I simply would like to equate this ‘thanaga’ to Him. Nothing moves without His will.

I also realise that sometimes mind completely stops and could not recall anything at all. Some other time, recalling is so fast. Absolute control.

Our ‘nadiyum, narambum’ should always think of Him continuously. Entire metabolism is controlled by Him We can imagine the cost of oxygen supplied in ICU.

Thinking of Him and Thanking Him is like taking breadth in and out.?

Yours sincerely

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4 on January 16, 2020

Srimathe Ramanujaya Namaha,

Namaskaram Sri Hari Bhakthai,

Regarding devareer posting as

We used to say ‘thanaga’ very often………….I simply would like to equate this ‘thanaga’ to Him……..”

Adiyen found another thread where Kongil Piratti Swami has equated “thanaaga” to Sri Velukkudi Swami as

ThaanAaga Vandha Thirumeni as “Nadamaadum EmperumanAr”

Sri Velukkudi Swami is LIVELY EmperumanaAr (UdayavAr/Ramanujar), “(Gyana+Anushtanam+Karunai Ullam)” and walking-talking with all of us.

Check out this thread for more details



Adiyen Srinivasa (DhoddayAcharyar) Dasan

on January 18, 2020

Srimathe Rangaramanuja Mahadesikaya Namaha

Vedam is apourushEyam. So it is also THANAAGA


on January 18, 2020

Swayambu = Thaanaaga

on January 18, 2020

Swayam PrakAshikA= Thaanaaga

on January 18, 2020

SaakshaathkAram = Technically Thaanaaga

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