The Bereaving Sesha Bhaktha Samaajam
OM SATHGURU SRI SESHADRI SWAMIGAL THIRUVADIKKAE
Avathar Sri Sesha Bhaktha Samaajam mourns the loss of
Guruji, Sathguru Sri Rajalinga Swamigal.
Date of birth: 19.2.1951
Paramapadham Prapthi: 1.8.2010
THE PASSING AWAY OF A DIVINE LIGHT….
We grieve and mourn, in bereavement of our Benevolent Benefactor, our Divine Light, and Life-force, and our Dear Divine and Beloved Guruji, – His Holiness, Sathguru Sri Rajalinga Swamigal.
Guruji had been unwell for over a month. Over time, He grew weak, and bed-ridden, barely able to breathe. Last week, upon Sesha Mahaan’s Divine instructions, He agreed to be treated medically, and just when all of His Sishyas and Bhakthas rejoiced that recovery was apparent, His condition suddenly worsened. On the evening of Sunday, the 1st. of August, 2010, Guruji’s health suddenly detriorated, and He had to be hospitalized, in the ICU. Before any further steps could be taken, at 9:30 p.m. Our Reverend Guruji shed His mortal frame, to conjoin with our Lord Sri SivaSesha. (in the month of Ashaada on the star of Revathi).
The end was too sudden, and was like a thunderbolt upon all of us.
Mahaan Sesha has taken into Himself His Dearest child..
In His passing, have passed all our beautiful moments at Thiruvannamalai, the joy of His guidance during Girivalam, the joy of reading His enriching and reassuring mails, the happiness of listening to His Sathsang, His Blessed Golden voice that still rings in our hearts…..
Our Guruji, a Mahaan, – the Veritable Manifestation of Our Dear Divine Lord SivaSesha, was the epitome of Sacrifice and Love. His Love for His Sesha Bhakthas and Sishyas was of a Supreme kind – Immaculate and Boundless.
A Selfless Soul, an Incarnation of Divine Love, His Holiness was totally mindless of the trials and tribulations faced by all of His family. At the cost of His own suffering, through prayer, He rejoiced in performing the sacred duty of Gracing His disciples, by taking upon Himself, their karmic effects, in order to alleviate their suffering, and bless them with happiness.
Despite His ill-health, He continued to pray for all His Sishyas, and His Blessings were upon us, every moment of our lives.
He had been the energy, confidence, power, and glory in all our hearts, and we are lost, in His loss. Our lives have become barren.
The only way to pick ourselves up would be to fondly nourish and cherish Him in our hearts, with all our love and devotion, continue to pray with the Faith that He shall always shine in our hearts, and learn and imbibe the values, that His Holiness lived for.
Where would now seek His Divine Presence, His Loving voice, His golden words, His mails, the verses of Sesha Mahaan, that He gifted us with?
We seek strength in our Ever-Merciful Lord Sri Sesha, who is the only balm to our grief-stricken hearts.
Sorrow aside, we pray that Avathar and Mahaan SivaSesha, bless us so that He bless us with a way to commune with our Dear Guruji, once again.
The birth of “AVATHAR SRI SESHA BHAKTHA SAMAAJAM”, was at His Lotus Feet.
(Officially our Samaajam, in the web-form began on the 23rd. of September 2009, and it is a matter of deep regret that Guruji is not here with us today.) The Samaajam was Guruji’s dream, and it now lies in our hands to strengthen it and spread it far and wide.
So aptly and beautifully defined by Shri. Rajagopal, as: “We spread the Divine Light Of Sesha to one and All, So Kindly Gifted to Us By our Revered Sathguru Sri Rajalinga Swamigal”….
– Seeking solace in Sesha Brahmmam, and in each other, children of Sesha, we shall pour forth our energy and passion into what Guruji had laboured for, all His life.
Let us Glorify our Guru, our Lord, and spread His glory far and wide…
THIS WOULD BE THE MISSION OF OUR SAMAAJAM.
Glory be to our Sublime Sesha Brahmmam!
Glory be to our Sublime Guruji, Para-Brahmmam!
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