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I went to meet Bhaiji and instantly his eyes were flowing with currents of tears. I will not speak much on Bhaiji. He is sitting right here in front of all of us. If Sri Poudhar Maharaj is a rose plant, then on that plant is one of the branches on which I am a small little rose flower and will always remain smiling. Rose also has thorns, but this rose plant is free of thorns. This plant has the capability to blossom not one, but many many flowers that are more beautiful and more superior than me.
During kasht moun, one is neither supposed to look at anyone, nor talk, nor read, nor indicate or write. But Kasht moun also has another meaning — A devotee, Radheshyam, does my seva, he is filling water from the well, his feet slipped and he fell into the well, at that time I will not remain silent, I will scream out loud that Radheshyam has fallen into the well. Not only that, I will also jump into the well inorder to save him.
I do not know what the situation of my mind will be as I go ahead. My speech will be only with Bhaiji. Eighteen months back itself it was decided that on this day of Ashvin Purnima, I will become silent.
Bhaiji, such a great saint — I consider him a saint only — will take care of me until the last moments. If Bhaiji faces any disturbances in relation to any situations, at that time I will speak and enlighten him, this much I will endeavour. When I will go for begging, I will look at her. As for my vision, it will be restricted only to Bhaiji and Mother.
The auspiciousness present in the funeral fire is also present in the glow of the maternity ward. Life and death are the two veils in the kingdom of God. If Bhaiji is leaving his body, then no sooner I receive the indication, I will come.
Just now when I went to meet him, Sri Bhaiji began crying out aloud. Please worship the Lord who is beyond this universe. My Radha is unique. In actuality, who so ever has even a drop of lust in his mind, does not have the qualification to worship my Radha, be it man or woman. The love that all of you are giving me, is none but Radha Kishori giving me in so many forms. In your life, please do not forget the Lord for even a moment. The Lord was, is and will always be present. One needs pure eyes to see Him.
Let me constantly see Radha Krishna alone. Let them both reside in my eyes like kohl. After Baba spoke, Babuji began to speak. All his relationships with the external world is coming to an end. Even I am sad about this, however the ultimate spiritual relationship is indestructible. The real relationship is on the basis of Sri Radharani, and that relation can never break, it is made for ever. There is nothing to fear. My relationship with him, is known only to the Lord, I do not know, he too perhaps may not be knowing.
I wish to see his ascetic form to such an elevated level that he may be an ideal for others in this world. I am enthusiastic to see him as the ideal follower in the path of ascetism.
Upon knowing about his vow of silence, externally I did not consent to it, but mentally I approved it. Let his life be full of Radharani. Let the waves of his life inundate this world with the mellows of the nectar of pure unalloyed love. I do not know about the future, but if he attains divine ecstatic bewilderment, as was seen in the final days of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu in his Gambhira pastimes, then I heartily welcome that.
The waves of mellows ……. Babuji gave indications to everyone that Baba has become silent. No sooner Babuji gave indications, many people in actuality began to cry sobbing. Many had covered their sound of crying behind their lips. Some did not want their eyes to least express the pain of their heart, but it was not in their control and they wiped their eyes again and again with their dhoti or saari.
Someone remembered the lines of Mirabai — Jo mai aiso jaanati priti karai dukh hoy Nagar dhindora peetathi preet karo jani koy Meaning — If I would have known that the ways of love are so painful, then I would have beaten the drums in the entire town to announce — not to fall in love.
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One woman was suffering so much of agony that for three days continuously she remained in the state of bewilderment. The entire pandal was filled with such deep silence. It should be said that, that silence engulfed the entire Gita Vatika and obtused the jubilation of each and every individual there. At this stage itself Baba had transcended his body to such an extent that he never ever realized the wrap falling off. The devotee who picked up that wrap kept it safe in his altar room.
Babuji took Baba upto his cottage. Then giving some necessary advises to his own servants Sri Radheshyam and Sri Ramsanehi he went into his room. All devotees also retired into their resting areas, however they were all profoundly depressed and in great agony. All the dear ones, who had come from outside for the kasth moun, returned to their respective places with a heart full of deep emotions. Worshipable Babuji wrote in his letter on These days Babuji too was not in good health.
He had returned in April 56 from the three Dham pilgrimage.
From then his bad health has not left him. Pain in his left hand and light fever constantly remained. Weakness and tiredness also prevailed. There was some gain with the treatment, but that would also fade. Continuous fever was not a good thing. All the doctors advised that he should take complete rest. In accordance with this advise, Babuji confined himself in solitude in his room. This solitude turned out to be most favourable to Babuji, due to which he received the golden opportunity to envision the intimate lilas of Priya Priyatam and also to take part in those intimate lilas.
Therefore, we all must go to Ratangadh so that he can get enough rest. This thought caught up strongly. He neither talks to anyone, nor looks nor gives any gestures. He does not even look at anyone.
No one goes where he stays. In the evening he accepts alms. Even at this time he remains silent. He does not give any signs of gestures at all, therefore we are unable to know of his comforts or discomforts. Otherwise he is very happy and peaceful. The above is the essence from the letters written in The letters that Babuji wrote in pictures more profound states of Baba. Many a times he is unable to do his begging and bathing on time.
He remains in deep absorption. Upon waking him, he gets up. His vairagya detachment is increasing day by day. External consciousness is decreasing.
He sits for hours without eating and bathing. He wakes up when awakened. Mother had intense desire to see the face of her sannyasi son atleast once. A plot was therefore made to fulfill this desire, but it failed. In fact, the true welfare of the mother rested within this failure. Not only this, it would also be a greatly significant fact that during the final moments of her life, mother will experience my close presence. Her body was in bad health. It was two days before her death.
People at home felt that her life air would leave any moment. Mother was brought down from her cot to the floor. In this situation, one of them asked the mother — Are you remembering your sannyasi Babu? Mother, pleasantly said — Look, there he is. He is right in front of me. Look, there he is. Whenever mother was asked about Baba, she always pointed out to his location, sometimes near, sometimes far, sometimes at her right, sometimes at her left.
Mother constantly experienced that my sannyasi son is next to me, and it was true that she was seeing Baba. That pleasant faced mother began to ask her sannyasi son — You are doing well, right? You are getting your food properly, right? In this way for sometime she would continue talking to her sannyasi son and then on her own she would become silent.
Death was nearing every moment. In the yearPoush shukla ekadasimother told her family members — Please take me to Kashi.
He would always be on his heels to meet her demands. He was in agony that neither was there any railway station nearby nor did anyone in the village have a motorcar. Seeing his mother close to death, he was unable to think what is to be done? In situations of hopelessness, remembrance of the Lord is the only shelter.
He began to remember the Lord within his mind. The next day he saw an empty motorcar passing by, near his home. He ran to the driver and asked — where is this car going? Driver said — Kashi!! He said — Brother, you can ask me for any amount of money, I will give you. My mother is on the verge of death. And her desire is to go to Kashi. Please, kindly take us to Kashi. Immediately, they spread a mattress at the back of the motorcar. Pandit Devdattji carried enough money with him and sat next to the driver.
Two more people sat along with them in the car. Thus total five members of the family went along with mother to Kashi. No sooner the motor car reached the holy abode of Lord Vishwanath and the car crossed the bridge over river Ganga, entered the borders of Kashi and stopped at the cross-section, immediately mother gave up her physical body. On the day of Makar Sankranti, Lord Surya Narayan traveled from the southern hemisphere to the northern hemisphere and on this pious day at the Holy abode of Kashi, which is unique from the three worlds, she gave up her body.
Now there was not the need to stay at the Dharmashala. The body was taken to the Manikarnika ghat and placed on the pyre. The life of the children of the Rishis and Munis are greatly sacrificial for the benefit of all hindu samskars from birth to death.
Even the death ceremony of the hindus is a Yajna of its kind. They are greatly fortunate, whose body is offered as oblations in the Yajnic-fire of funeral pyre on the banks of Ganga at a holy place and on a pious auspicious time. This Yajna is not performed by the parents, rather through the son. Son is the extension of the parent. In the form of the son, the parents are performing this Yajna.
The Yajna of life attains its completion by the final offerings of oblations of the body into the fire of the funeral pyre. Seeing the final oblations, Sri Taradattaji sat in one corner looking at the fire consuming the body with its high raised flames.
Seeing his worshipful mother turning into ashes, his heart was overwhelmed with separation from mother, and he began to cry aloud. Now I am bereft of my mother and father. Have I become an orphan? Devadattaji said — Arey, You are crying? How fortunate it is to become the son of such a mother?
May the Lord give such a mother to one and all. The body was only half consumed and a very special event took place. There were clouds in the sky and it began to pour.
Although the rain was light, both the brothers were in anxiety. The most amazing part was that the rain had no effect on the pyre and it remained as blazing as before. Baba had taken up the vow of Kasth moun on 19 oct About 45 days later they had shifted from Gorakhpur to Ratangadh for the better health of worshipful Babuji.
Baba too went along with them. The telegram reached Baba very late. However, prior to the reaching of the telegram, there happened another incident at Ratangadh. Baba was in his room. Baba recogonized his mother and Baba was greatly surprised how she has come here!
Baba asked her — How come you are here? Standing there, mother began to smile. Her feet were not touching the ground. She was standing slightly above the earth, in the air. Seeing this, Baba instantly realized that she has given up her gross body and is right now standing in front of me in her subtle body. Her first transformation was in the form of Goddess Parvati. Mother had given up her body within the borders of the holy Kashi, the abode of Lord Vishwanath, as a result of this her first transformation took place in the form of Goddess Parvati.
Her second transformation took the form of the legitimate wife of Maharshi Bhaguri. And her final transformation was in the form of Saudamini, who is the unique chandrika residing on the head of Vrshabhanu Nandini, Sri Radhika. Soon after her death, mother appeared in her subtle body to Baba at Ratangadh. There occured an incident 3 days after this darshan. Baba was sitting in his room at Ratangadh.
Both the doors of the room were locked. Her bodily effulgence was greatly illuminating, and she was decorated with divine ornaments. Her attire appeared extra-ordinary. Seeing a lady in the solitary room, Baba was perturbed. Baba was sitting on a plank in his room facing north, and this divine lady was standing facing the east.
Baba could not recognize her. Then Baba began to stare at that lady. After deeply beholding her, Baba could realize that this is my mother who gave birth to me. Immediately Baba climbed down his plank, and placing his head on the earth he offered his obeisance to his mother. Baba was feeling great happiness on the fact that my mother attained her final own-form so quickly. No sooner Baba offered his obeisance placing his head to the ground, she raised both her hands in the gesture of blessings and bestowed blessings upon him.
Swaying her hands she blessed him three times. Baba said within his mind — Go mother, may you remain happy. After this she disappeared. Firstly, his initiation into Sri Manjulila bhav, that was bestowed upon him in by his Guru-sakhi Sri Rupa Manjari-ji. Thirdly, the secret initiation into the Devi-mantra, that was bestowed upon him by Goddess Sriman Maha Tripura Sundari in the year InSharad Purnima, Baba took up his kasht moun and he became deeply inward, a faint glimpse of which has already been presented above.
This is about an event at Ratangadh in the yearin the month of Chaitra. The ashtami day was getting over and the navami day was to begin. The mahabhav initiation into Sri Radha svarup occurred at the conjoint of these two days. Baba was situated in one of his divine forms in the lila-kingdom, when this great fortune dawned upon him.
Once, a great inquisitiveness awoke within the mind of mother to ask Baba about his own original eternal form. One day while engaging him in accepting alms, mother asked Baba — Tell me, who are you? Due to the vow of kasth moun, Baba could not say anything. Baba had only taken the exemption of meeting eye to eye with mother.
The severe austerity of kasht moun went on for six years and during this period up to three years Baba did not meet eye to eye even with Bai Sri Savitri Bai Phogla. No sooner mother asked the question, though Baba did not say anything for that moment, however still, the answer arose within his mind. Baba even framed that answer into a meteric verse. In the future, one day Baba sang that verse and explaining its meaning he said — The blue outer body of Sri Krsna is me, and my golden outer body is Sri Krsna.
Look, there is a school on my chest. I do not know when this school got built. So I was studying in that school, and I am still studying, and the first lesson of that school is — To recite the alphabetical series and then write the alphabets.
But I will tell you only one name for those alphabet series. And then, you continue to inscribe the shape and color of those alphabets in your heart. I only do this. And I had been doing this only. No sooner you concentrate your attention on it, a new hue of orange color will manifest — where, how, you will understand it yourself.
After this you will see a yellow color. Then, within this a green color will manifest. Do not get exhausted as you keep writing. Then you will see a sky-color, indigo-blue color and violet color — all these will manifest. Not with chalk, for this, drops of tears from within your inner core will arise. Glass like round drops of tears will keep manifesting and you will keep writing those characters.
Knowledge of letters will come to you within this itself.
Then you will understand that the rays of the sun manifest the shades of the shades of these characters. When you will become aware of letters, at that time you know, the substance of the entire material existence will disappear from your sight. That you will attain in more than what you pay for. Now listen further — one who becomes aware of the letters, who has learnt the alphabet series, then he begins to write words. Do you know, one word of shadaj will arise, one rushabh, one gandhar, one madhyam, one pancham, one dhaivat and one nishad.
But this word-series is the shade of the shade of that word. But for those words there is no name at all. Hey Messenger, what do I say? The way I understood, the lesson I learnt, the same, in the same manner you should understand, therefore I am saying all this. Now within this you will come to realize conjunctive words. These conjunctive words are very simple, Messenger! Then as you go ahead, the lessons related to special goal-oriented feelings will begin.
However, the meanings of those lessons are so deep, that you will not be able to know. Those deep meanings of that lesson will remain unknown. After this, for some days you continue to keep expecting. What will happen after this, shall I tell you? One is the knowledge of mahabhav, which you have not learnt till today. How that knowledge is, shall I tell you?
No one has been able to explore the cause of the appearance of that knowledge. It is extremely subtle. There is not the slightest smell of the smell of dirt — that knowledge of mahabhav is so pure, and it increases every moment.
And there is no trace of any depletion. It is constant at all times. It has no limits. Till today no one has been able to cross over it. Words cannot even touch it. At all times, in all parts, it is self educating. It is greatly profound. What comes after this — this no one can say. And the truth is that whoever has gone ahead and submerged in this, such a person never returns. Within these lines, the description of that love-school, its lessons, its procedures and its ultimate attainment are greatly conventional and mysterious.
In this narration, there is a description of seven colors and the names of seven sounds. Inspite of repeated readings, when even the slightest understanding was not attained, then at one time Baba was asked — Baba! What message is being said here through the medium of explanations of the seven colors? Baba said — By the plea of those descriptions I have given an indicative description of my experiences. There I have mentioned all that has occurred in my life in the manner that they have occurred, but it is said in a covered way.
That, which has occurred in my life, has its descriptions in the shastras. However that which occurred in my life, is not in accordance to the sequential order mentioned in the shastras and also not in accordance to the steps of the conclusions given by those who have deep insights into ras mellows.
As a result of the mercy of the Lord, from the very beginning I was established at the topmost stages. It is true that, the only main cause for me being established in that highest stage is solely the mercy of the Lord. But in the descriptions of those words, is the substance of my experiences. This fact is now separate that, in my life those different stepping stones and revelations of those different stages continued to take place later at different times.
In the development of love for Krsna, shastras describe sneh, maan, pranay, raag, anuraag, bhav and mahabhav. These have been expressed here through the media of different colors.
The white rays of the sun have seven colors that can be seen in the rainbow or in the water bubbles or in the prism. These seven colors combine in one ray of the sunlight to form a white color, spreading the topmost illuminating brightness, by which the entire world is beheld. Sri Radha, the enjoyer of transcendental pastimes, the daughter of Sun God, and the worshipper of the Sun, is also the great splendor of that supremely transcendental kingdom of mellows.
She is eternally adorned with her matchless-transcendental greatness. She is the principle foundation and nourisher of the seven mellows bhavs. Amongst the group of seven mellows she is the embodiment of the ultimate topmost level of mahabhav, whose total existence is completely devoid of any impurity, and who is the personification of complete splendor. One more fact, these seven mellows have been compared to the seven colors, but this comparison is also unfit. In our material world, the seven colors in the rays of the sun are so separate, that one color does not exist in the other.
However, in that transcendental kingdom of mellows, all the seven mellows exist within each other, always. As he chants he becomes completely aware of that ultimate Truth which is beyond the influence of time, beyond the three modes, which is indestructible and imperishable; and he attains the greatest fortune of the auspicious-darshan of those twenty ruby like nails of Sri Priya Priyatam. The highest bliss that the Brahm-Jnanis attain after undergoing severe sadhana, that highest bliss he easily experiences without any difficulty.
Then he constantly sings with those seven svars, the nectarine pastimes which are filled and nourished by the seven bhavs. And in the end, he is submerged in the ocean of mahabhav. This is the supreme exalted science of this Love-school.
One, who has drowned in the ocean of mahabhav, never returns to this material world. In Srimad Bhagavatam, eleventh canto, By all means it is greatly difficult to attain this stage of pure goodness in a human body.
Now the tribute to this extraordinary love is that — drifting in this, Lord Sri Krsna has altered his rules and has established me in this stage of pure goodness. Seeing this inconceivable-immeasurable love of His, a stanza has outpoured from my mouth — Niyam hutou gun deh me mahabhav nahi hon Mere sukh hit saanvaro so-u kinou goun Meaning — The rule is that within this body that is influenced by the three modes, mahabhav does not take place, but for my sake, O Sanvaro, you have reformed it.
The description of mahabhav stage is available only in the Vaishnav scriptures. Followers of impersonalism nirgun-niraakar cannot even imagine of this stage.
Thus, the meanings of the word-descriptions is that — only after the chanting of names of Sri Krsna in bhav and after the development of true love for Sri Krsna, does the journey of bhav-sadhana begins. And the ultimate end of this journey is immersion into mahabhav.
The above said is the essence of the explanation given by Baba on the teaching procedures of that love-school. When a Priyatam, becoming subservient to his beloved, always remains in close proximity, then the beloved is called Svadhina-Bhartrka Nayika or the heroine in the mood of svadhina bhartrka. Sri Vishakha is the personification of the mellow of svadhina bhartrka.
Sri Radha only is Sri Vishakha. Sri Radha always forgets her own-form as Sri Radha, and she begins to consider herself as the complete form of Sri Vishakha. By the strength of her loving sentiments, she begins to think and consider like this that — I am not Vrshabhanu Nandini Radha, but I am Vishakha. In actuality she begins to experience this from her heart.
When this Vishakha-sentiment becomes deeper, she begins to consider herself as Madhumati. And when the sentiments become even more deeper, she begins to consider herself as Chandan Manjari. As the sentiments grow more and more dense, from Chandan Manjari she begins to consider herself as Shashirekha Manjari, and then from Shashirekha to Haarhira manjari.
As the waves of the mellows becomes denser, such transformations continue to be ever increasing. Attaining ever increasing elevations, Baba thus experienced these six waves of the mellows of svadhina bhartrka bhav.
She is both the whole and the part. In that transcendental lila-kingdom, there are no differences between the whole and the part. The part is also complete like the whole. Sri Radha, the eternal Queen of the bowers, is the personification of mahabhav. And this ocean of mahabhav is constantly gushing with waves to give pleasure to Sri Krsna, the Lord of the bowers.
Within this ever plunging ocean of mahabhav, various waves of sentiments — high and low, big and small — are constantly rising.
However the eight waves of sentiments arising from the eight directions are the most important. And one among these eight is the wave of svadhina bhartrka bhav, whose rising-sport occurs in the direction of North-East.
Similarly, in the Northern direction of that ocean of mahabhav, when the waves of khandita bhav begin to ripple, at that time Sri Radha arises as the personification form of Sri Lalitaji. The ever increasing, pleasure- giving six waves of the khandita bhav also ripples in the ocean of mahabhav and their names are — Lalita, Manjushyama, Rupa Manjari, Lavanga Manjari, Modini Manjari and Madhavi Manjari.
Like the svadhina bhartrka bhav and the khandita bhav, there are also divabhisarika bhav, proshita bhartrka bhav, vasaka sajja bhav, utkanthita bhav, vipralabdha bhav and kalahantarita bhav whose divine waves ripple on that ocean of mahabhav in the directions of east, south-east, south, south-west, west and north-west respectively.
The ever dense waves of these bhavs ripple in their own directions. And each bhav has their six waves with different names. These eight bhavs, each with six waves, thus leads to 48 waves, and one common wave, leads to 49 waves, the discussion of which is itself a splendid topic.
Only a glimpse of all this is being described here. In the ras-scriptures, it is being said that an utkanthita-heroine is a girl who — upon the failure of the arrival of her offenseless priyatam — greatly longs to meet him; and, vipralabdha-heroine is a girl who — upon the providential failure of her priyatam who has received the indications of the meeting place — becomes tormented with internal grief.
Both the utkanthita heroine and the vipralabdha heroine are awaiting the arrival of the priyatam due to which both exhibit weeping, anxiety, various arguments and speculations. However, in the expectations of the utkanthita-heroine, the desire of meeting is in complete fullness ; whereas in vipralabdha-heroine, the desire of meeting is diminishing.
In vipralabdha-heroine, the desire to meet the priyatam is towards the end and so her heart is full of indifference, regret etc and in extreme degrees of distress, she faints. In the ras-scriptures, Sri Rangadevi-ji is considered as the personification of utkanthita-bhav. That expectation, where the point of complete hopes and the point of complete hopelessness are touching each other, the personified form of that wonderful state of bhav is Sri Rangadevi-ji. In relation to this amazing truth of his personal pastime experiences, Baba used to say that — this is a greatly peculiar state of bhav and as a result of this peculiarity, I was unable to give any new name to that state of bhav.
Baba could not get an appropriate word that could be used as the name for that state of bhav. Baba also told that as a result of this peculiar state of bhav, many acharyas have accepted Sri Rangadevi-ji as the most important sakhi.
The great musician, Sri Hari Vyasdevji has paid his foremost remembrance and prayers to Sri Rangadevji only. Every month of the year is connected to a particular pastime of the Lord, as a result of which, it gives rise to stimulants. The ways of love are strange. Therefore in Nandagaon and Barsana, Sri Nandraiji and Sri Vrshabhanuji have the sentiments of competition in giving pleasure to one another and in all their activities for each other. An incident of the year i.
This Radhashtami fell on 1st September on a Sunday. For us ordinary living beings, the Sunday began from the sunrise on Sunday and ended the next sunrise, however for Baba this Sunday lasted for three months. From the material point of view, Baba was existing in this world and all his bodily deeds were going on automatically, but he was not in this body.
Today in Vrshabhanupur your annual auspicious birth-celebration is taking place. What a beautiful sight of pleasure it is. On Sunday when the festival was being celebrated in the mansion at Ratangadh, Babuji brought Baba to the festival and Baba was sitting in the festival; but was he there? Although with his body he was seated in the midst of the festival, in actuality he was with his Priyatam in that divine lila-kingdom as a spectator.
Activities such as toilet-bath-alms etc were accomplished automatically. For Baba, this Sunday of the month of Bhadra shukla period lasted for three months. A pastime in this period occurred that is very unique by all means. Through this pastime Baba received the divine mantras for his rasopasana service of relish. Baba narrated a symbolic description of this divine attainment to Sri Maharajji. This relishing conversation between the two took place on 10th October and this discussion went on for about one to one-and-half hour.
A concise portion of this relishing discussion as-it-is, is being given below — Pointing out to the obstacles that arises on the path of getting drenched with relish, Baba told Sri Maharajji — There is a big fault in that King of relish, Rasraaj Sri Krsna.
He does not like cunningness and he does not like outsiders. Sri Krsna is restless to drown anyone into ras, but he will drown the one in whom there is no cunningness. One who carries cunningness or is even slightly attracted to even a particle of cunningness or in whose life any object or person other than Sri Priya-Priyatam is of some or great importance, such a person is unable to drown.
Otherwise, this ocean of mellows is easy to attain and is approachable by all. One day or the other, the waves of that ocean will carry you away. During our pilgrimage, we had gone to a place called Vedaranyam. This is a village on the shore of the ocean. The people there said that prior to three or four months, three terrifying waves came.
At first it poured all day long.
Then one such wave came that reached higher than the roofs of the railway station. It washed away the people of the village as well as the people and the animals of the nearby realms. A second wave came, which was higher than the first, which created more destruction. A third wave higher than the second came, which was massive, that uprooted even the huge trees, what to say of smaller trees?
In all four directions was annihilation; everywhere was the thandava dance of destruction. Water remained for many days. All traffics came to a standstill. The film, which is a remake of the Malayalam film Kunjikoonanwhich starred Dileep and Navya Nair in the lead, was released in May It is later dubbed into Telugu as Sundarangudu. Plot The story revolves around Chinna Suriyaa village youth who receives sympathy because he is a hunchback and is lauded for selfless service to others. He covers up his handicap with humor.
Unmindful of his looks, Chinna goes around looking for a suitable bride with the help of his friend Kuzhandhaisamy Vivek. Brushing aside many insults hurled at him, he carries on. In contrast is Karthik Suryaa violent college student who madly loves his classmate Priya Jyothika. She meets Chinna, who assures her that he would get her married to the man of her dreams. However, she is killed in a fracas involving Varadhan Bobbya gangster, where she was hit and kicked brutally as Varadhan wanted to take revenge against Priya's father DCP Nair Devanwho arrested him.
Karthik and Chinna saw this but Varadhan told him that he will get killed if he tells anyone what he saw. Karthik is framed as Priya's killer and gets arrested, but Chinna pleads Nair and tells the truth behind Priya's murder.
Meanwhile, Chinna comes across an orphaned, poor, blind girl Shenbagam Jyothika.