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Athmopadesh Sathakam- C.K.Balakrishnan (51-75)

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അറിവിലിരുന്നൊരന്തയാദ്യണ്ടായ്-
വരുമിതിനോടൊരിദന്ത വാമയായും
വരുമിവ രണ്ടുലപങ്ങള്‍ പോലെ മായാ-
മരമഖിലം മറയെപ്പടര്‍ന്നിടുന്നു.
                
Arivil irunnu orahantha aadhyam untay-                
varum ithinodu oru idanta vamayayum                

Athmopadesh Sathakam- C.K.Balakrishnan (26-50)

Palavidham aayie ariyunnatu annya yonnay                                           

Athmopadesh Sathakam- C.K.Balakrishnan ( 1-25)

100 Teachings of Sree Narayana Guru.

Introduction

The Author

Dr. C.N.N.Nair M.A., Ph.D has specialized in English Literature. He also holds L.L.B., and a postgraduate Diploma in Management. Besides, he is a  First Class Diploma Holder in Electrical Engineering.

Dr. Nair retired as General Manager of  Videsh Sanchar Nigam  Limited (VSNL), the International  Telecommunication Organisation of India, in 2002.

He is presently the Trustee-Secretary of the Indian Development Foundation [IDF], an NGO of nearly three decade’s standing in the field of eradication of Leprosy in India.

WORKS OF SREE NARAYANA GURU

Philosophical

Atmopadesa satakam         [One Hundred Verses of Self Instruction] – Malayalam
Dasrana Mala                      [Garland of Vision] – Sanskrit
Advaita Deepika                  [The Lamp of Non-Duality] – Malayalam

Meaning

 

1

Daivamae! kaathukolkangu
Kai vitaathingu njangale;
Naavikan Nee bhavabdhikko –
Raavivanthoni Nin Padam.

Daivamae! Kaathukolka + angu – Kaivitaathe + ingu +njangale
Naavikan-Nee – bhava + abdhiku – Oru + Aavi-van-thoni + Nin + padam.

Guide to pronunciation

Some Vowels:

‘a’ in ‘Akavum’; ‘angu’   -to sound like Absolute, Assist, At

‘aa’ in ‘Aazhi’, ‘Bhaavi’ etc.   -to sound as ‘Pan’ ‘Ban’ ‘can’

‘ae’ in ‘Daivamae’   -to sound as in ‘Pay’; bay

‘e’ in ‘ennu’, pole’   -to sound like ‘Pen’, ‘hen’

D A I V A D A S A K A M

1

Daivamae! kaathukolkangu
Kai vitaathingu njangale
Naavikan Nee bhavabdhikko –
Raavivanthoni Nin Padam.

2

Onnonnay enniyenni tho-
Ttennum porulotungiyaal
Ninnitum drukkupol ullam
Ninnilaspandamaakanam.

3

Annavastradi muttathe
Thannu rakshichu njangale
Dhanyaraakkunna nee yonnu-
Thanne njangalkku thampuraan.

4

Aazhiyum thirayum kaattum
Aaazhavum pole njangalum

His important messages

        ‘One Caste, One Religion, One God for All Humanity’-
              [Oru Jaati, Oru Matam, Oru Daivam Manushyanu.]  and
        ‘Whichever be one’s Religion, it is enough if the Man himself improves’.
                [Matam Aetaayaalum manushyan nannayal mati.]