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Tirumantiram

"I want to introduce you to Saint Tirumular who is the very fountainhead of Saiva Siddhanta, and to his scripture, the Tirumantiram, considered the final authority on subtle matters of philosophy and theology in Saiva Siddhanta. In fact, it is said to contain the whole of Saiva Siddhanta. Saint Tirumular is a theologian of our faith, but not merely a theologian. He is also a siddhar, an accomplished yogi. Our Hindu scriptures come from such great men, men who have attained to the deepest realizations through their sadhana and their devotion. When their awareness dwells in the superconscious states resident in all men but penetrated intentionally by only a few, and when they speak out from that state, we consider that it is not man himself who has thus spoken but the Divine through man. Saint Tirumular was such a siddhar, and his words are valued as a divine message for mankind.

"The Tirumantiram delves into the nature of God, man and the universe in its depths and concerns itself with attainment of moksha or liberation. The Tirumantiram is a mystical book and a difficult book. The original text is written in metered verse, composed in the ancient Tamil language. Saint Tirumular is the first one to codify Saiva Siddhanta, the final conclusions, and the first one to use the term "Saiva Siddhanta." It is a document upon which the entire religion could stand,...

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Kirana Agama (English Translation)

Translated by Dr. Sabharathnam S. Pattusamy

This is a PDF of a hand-written translation of...

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Kamika Agama (Grantha)

Kamikagama is one of the longest Agamas followed by most of the temples in South India. It is...

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Kirana Agama (Eng. Trans)

The following hand-written translation of Kirana Agama, Charya, Kriya and Vidya portions, is by Dr. Sabharathnam S. Pattusamy...