'Error and correction' Part 04- ‘Kambavarithy’ Ilangai Jayaraj

Error and correction - ‘Kambavarithy’ Ilangai Jayaraj
The Dinamani, Daily Newspaper in Tamil
Translated by Dr.K.Sangeetha, P.hd, Asst. Prof of English
Sri Sarada College for Women, Salem
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Part: 4 (Published on 8.5.2020)
Henceforth, it becomes necessary to investigate about the error corrections also. Error corrections can be divided into two types. 
One type of correction is the advice for the people who reject the above mentioned traditional notions and believe that the world is within the limits of their knowledge. The other type is the advice for the people who believe in the above mentioned traditions and wish to follow the virtuous path shown by our ancestors.
People, who belong to the first type and act according to their intelligence alone, should realise that they have gone beyond the limit in polluting the nature. They should also change their wrong perception which says that the world is only for humans.  They should make an immediate change in these two conditions. We have neglected nature and have polluted it. Today, nature has neglected us, restricted us and it is cleansing itself. During our present lockdown, scientists have researched and revealed that the rivers, oceans, air and sky are getting purified. Hence, let us understand that our today’s misery is the reaction from nature. If we surrender ourselves to nature and act accordingly, a solution for this problem will emerge automatically. 
Now let me give the advice to those who believe in our traditions and in the virtuous path shown by our ancestors. Our ancestors Rishis and Enlightened Saints have gone far beyond the modern research with the help of their divine vision. Many of us have not realised this truth. The message which I say may be funny for the ones who think that only scientific knowledge is the limit of wisdom. It is natural for me to be a comedian in their eyes and vice versa. This idea was sung by Manikkavasagar long back. 
Our Vedas are considered as the origin of wisdom. It is said by our elders that all the branches of intelligence are found hidden in an abstract manner within the sound of Vedas. Planetary calculations used long back in astrology alone shall stand as a proof for their wisdom. It is obvious that even the Westerners trust this truth and have been involving themselves in Vedic researches.  
It is said that the movements of atoms of all the particles on earth have been registered in the form of Bheeja mantra in these Vedic mantras. It is said in the ancient writings that chanting these Vedic mantras properly and performing Yagas can please gods which would control this fury of nature. Scholars proficient in Vedas are wide spread in India. Some of them live in Srilanka too. Their contribution is very essential in the present times. 
Nowadays, many temples are closed due to the fear of Corona virus attack. I am not in favour of that action. In my opinion, only the crowding of people in the temples should be restricted. The poojas and yagas conducted by priests in the temples should not be restricted. Hence, Vedic pandits should perform more poojas and yagas in all temples. I have a firm belief that the vibrations from those mantras will definitely pacify the terrible fury of Nature. 
There is a responsibility for the common people who are not trained in chanting Vedas. They should chant five-lettered mantras or eight-lettered mantras or any mantras as long as possible in their residence. Apart from that, divine hymns like Vinayagar agaval, Thirumurugatrupadai, Thiruneetru pathikam, Kolaru pathikam, Abhirami andhadhi, Karudazhvar thudhi from Ramayana should be chanted everyday individually or with family members as much as possible.
It is history that the above mentioned hymns have created miracles. If we realise this truth and chant these hymns with focus and devotion, it will surely pacify the fury of Nature. It is essential that people who follow different religions should follow their way of worshipping to come out of this misery.

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