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Vallalar History - Vallalar Songs - Vallalar Picture - Vallalar books - Vallalar blog - Vallalar group - Vallalar Temple - Vallalar Movie - Vallalar Mp3 - Vallalar padalgal - Vallalar philosophy - Vallalar quotes - vallalar ramalinga swamigal - vallalar speech - vallalarspace - vallalar tamil - vadalur vallalar temple The ArutperunJothi Ramalinga Adigalar, popularly known as VALLALAR, the Great Munificient, may be regarded as the foremost of the saints and ages of the nineteenth century, considering the heights, widths, depths and intimacies of Ramalingam Adigal integral realisation of the Divine in all the "inmost, inner, outer, and the outermost parts of his being".Vallar born at tamilnadu. The VALLALAR was the one who affirmed openly and clearly in an unmistakable language the deathlessness of vallalar body which he attained by the power of what he called "Arut Perum Joti", the Vast Grace-Light of the Divine which vallalar identified as the Truth-Light of Knowledge, Satya Jnana Joti. Vallalar who put before the people DEATHLESSNESS of body as an essential part of the realisation of the One blissful Divine. A saint whose very soul-stuff was made of infinite love and compassion, a sage of Truth - consciousness who possessed the divine knowledge and science of deathlessness of body and attained its deathless transformation along with the self creative power of creating all substances of whatever kind including bodily substances. Of HIS six volumes of "Arutpa" , the poems of divine inspiration, the last volume is unparalleled in spiritual history as it gives expression to his realisation of the vast world of Truth-knowledge and the Beyond, and touches on subjects like transformation and deathlessness of body . Besides, he was a critic, writer, publisher and commentator and also had knowledge in occultism, alchemy, astrology, and medicine particularly in the nutritional and medical values of herbs and leaves. He was a musician too with a keen musical taste for lyrical songs and he composed lyrics to express, in an easier and popular style, his highest and sublime realisations of the Divine, particularly that of Truth-consciousness (Satya Jnana). vallalar, ramalingam, jothi, sanmargam, tamil, vadalur, vallalar.net, Arul Perum Jothi -Thiru Arutprakasa Vallalar - sanmargam, Saint Ramalinga Swamigal Saint Ramalinga Swamigal 1823-1874 Ramalinga Swamigal, popularly known as Vallalar, was one of the most notable saints on the Indian sub-continent during the 19th century. He was born on October 5, 1823, in Marudur near Chidambaram into a Hindu Saivite family, the fifth child and last son of his father Ramayya Pillai and mother Chinnammayyar. It is said she had borne him in her womb after she received Vibhuthi, the sacred ash of blessings from an unknown guest of honor, a Siva Yogi who blessed her with a son like himself. Vallalar left the world on January 30, 1874 at age 51. When he was only six months old his father died and Ramalinga was brought up under the auspices and tutelage of his elder brother, who, it has been said, had a good working knowledge ot things religious. From very early in his childhood Swamigal was attracted toward Shiva Bhakti, arriving at his more mature religious decisions without formal education, indoctrination, or guru. He was somehow aware of the numerous scriptures and literature, exhibiting a full understanding of their context and philosophy. Followers say his knowledge was through divine grace, staying all alone in a room provided with only a lamp and mirror for days on end. At the age of 27, he was married to one Danammal. Marital life did not distract him from his religious duty, moving to Vadalur, where he set Gnana Sabia and Dharma Salai. As an ardent sycophant of bhakti he was a relentless critic of practice based on birth, class, status or privilege. He had no regard for the ‘Puranas’, ‘Vadas’, and the ‘Agamas’. He worshiped god as light (jyothi) and was a man of utmost love and compassion for all the living creatures. It is said that he would weep at the sight of even a withering crop. He firmly believed in anna dana or free offering of food to the needy. On the Giri Valam path around the holy mountain Arunachala --- the home of the Ramana Ashram and abode of the famous Indian saint the Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi --- it is possible for devotees to see the peak of Arunachala from all Eight Cardinal Point Lingams around the path. However, at the fourth of the cardinal point lingams, Nirutthi Lingam, the view is MOST important because it shows two parts of the mountain, Shiva and Sakthi, aligned perfectly together. Because of that alignment the temple and dharmasala of Vallalar is on the right of the road after Nirutthi Lingam allowing for the most sacred of views. People of all castes gathered around him in large numbers. However, not all who gathered came merely for his teachings as much as in the hope of witnessing miracles or Siddhis, of which the power of producing he was generally credited; though he himself discredited the idea of anything supernatural, asserting constantly that his was a religion based on pure science. Jothi Ramalinga Swamigal also known as Vallalar (October 5, 1823 - January 30, 1874) was a Hindu spiritual leader who lived in southern India in the modern state of Tamilnadu, India. He established charitable institutions for the betterment of the underprivileged. He wrote a number hymns which have been collected as Tiruvarutpa. Vallalar was born in a village near Chidambaram. His father was Ramaiya Pillai and his mother Chinammai. They named the child Ramalingam. As a child Vallalar lived in Chennai. Vallalar did not have any formal education, however, at the age of nine he composed a Tamil hymn, Deivamani Malai (Garland of Songs), on the god Murugan. As a boy Ramalingal used to be quite rebellious refusing to be educated at school or from a teacher.