Concluding Verse

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These five verses [in praise] of Arunachala, [which are] a revelation (darsanam) of Srimad Ramana Maharshi by [means of] Sanskrit in arya-gita, are indeed upanishadic gems

Arunagiri-Ramana happily gave to the world by pleasant Tamil venbas the five versegems to Arunachala, which are the precious import of vedanta, which He revealed in Sanskrit.

 

Explanatory paraphrase: Arunagiri-Ramana happily gave to the world through pleasant Tamil venbas these five verse-gems to Arunachala [Sri Arunachala Pancharatnam], which embody the precious import of vedanta, and which He first revealed in Sanskrit.

Note: As explained in the introduction to this commentary, the Sanskrit version of this concluding verse was composed by a devotee named Daivarata, and the Tamil version was composed by Sri Bhagavan, who adapted the idea in Daivarata’s verse to form a concluding verse suited to the Tamil version of Sri Arunachala Pancharatnam.

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