Pottu Rajendran, watchman of The Arunachaleshwara Temple Gives Profound Insight into The Avatar's Relationship with Arunagiri Yogishwara

Pottu Rajendran served as jawan or watchman at the Arunachaleshwara temple, Tiruvannamalai from 1981 to 2015. An incredible find for the autobiography team, Pottu Rajendran jogs 30 years of memory and shares delightful narrations of the activities of the Avatar inside the temple as a child. Without his knowledge, Pottu Rajendran goes on record in the annals of History as the key eyewitness to Arunagiri Yogishwara’s nine-month relationship with the Avatar inside the temple, 29 years after it happened. Arunagiri Yogishwara is the embodiment of Paramashiva who gave darshan for a nine month period to The Avatar, which climaxed in a divine experience of Oneness with Him.

Works of Sadhu Om

Sadhu Om compiled and edited Sri Ramana Jnana Bodhana, as well as the Sri Ramana Vazhi (The Path of Ramana) in four volumes. These well-known publications were distributed and spread across India and played a vital role in spreading the teachings of Hinduism and protecting the lifestyle, tradition and knowledge from being destroyed or diluted further. He was not only known for compiling but also living the teachings of Ramana Maharshi as a sadhu in the Ramanashram of Tiruvannamalai.

In the life of the Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, Sadhu OM was a great Acharya who imparted the teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi.


  1. Devout followers of the Sadhu OM and other enlightened beings of the town of Tiruvannamalai have compiled a brief biography of Sadhu Om in the site Arunachala Samudra. https://www.arunachalasamudra.org/sadhuom.html
  2. On 30 January 2014, during the talk “Complete with the Child Inside of You” HDH recognized Sadhu Om from the great enlightenment eco-system of Tiruvannamalai. In this talk HDH narrates a story which He listened first from Sadhu Om during one of his talks and uses it to teach the context behind completing deeply with the inner terrors, fears and anxiety which live inside us like a small child. Thus HDH teaches to “complete” that small child and mature our cognitions about life and the Universe. https://nithyanandapedia.org/wiki/January_30_2014

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