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    GOD ON THE HILL TOP


    மலை மேல் இருக்கும் சாமி

    Wished to go and have a Dharshan, but can I climb?
    Lots of Foot paths, and Trees around each path,
    Some paths sported strange name, some are long paths

    Some are old paths, some are new paths, and some are short paths

    Which one to choose? Which one is easier for me?
    Devotees everywhere, Lots of Sign boards to reach the Hill top God...
    One advised me not to undertake the tedious journey, some told me they will go on behalf of me but pay him the charges

    Some told me at this age, you prey from downhill, and some told me wear the socks and climb, God will take care of you

    People carrying devotees on a small pallak... charging
    I am in a dilemma now

    Sameeee... ayyappa

    I heard the voice of an old woman..
    Calling me Ayyappa

    There stood an old hungry looking frail woman and she extended her hand for food

    Without seeing her face


    I gave her some portion of my food, and she asked me more

    I could’t refuse

    Gave her, the balance food and before I could turn to a near by Food shop

    She gave me a precious blessing

    “God will always be with you”

    I just looked at her face

    She gave me a mild smile

    “I am here only”, she said “also in you only)

    I could not understand her...

    She told me “Tathvam Asi”

    She went off and mixed with other Devotees, i could not trace her...

    Aham Brahmasmi and Tattvamasi

    The important message written at the Sabarimala temple facade is one of the four Mahāvākyas of Advaita or the non-dualistic school of philosophy. Tat Tvam Asi, the 3rd of four Mahavakyas which in sanskrit translates to "Thou Art That" is the principle philosophy that governs the temple and pilgrimage. As the pilgrimage is symbolic for the journey to self-realization that all living beings possess the essence of Brahman, pilgrims refer to each other as Swami, acknowledging their divinity.

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    It means, in short, you are part of the Paramatma which is the quintessence of Advaita philosophy.


    (The literal meaning of the sentence in simple words that Brahman which is the common Reality behind everything in the cosmos is the same as the essential divinity, namely the Atman within us.)

    Samiye Saranam Ayyappa
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