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REMINISCENCES OF RAMA DI CHOWDHURY, OLDEST DISCIPLE OF SRI ANIRVAN, RECORDED WITH LOVE AND DEVOTION BY SMT KALYANI BOSE

REMINISCENCES OF RAMA DI CHOWDHURY, OLDEST DISCIPLE OF SRI ANIRVAN,

 RECORDED WITH LOVE AND DEVOTION BY SMT KALYANI BOSE

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

 

OUR TRIP TO BADRI

 

In a quiet winter evening at Ramani Chatterjee Lane in Kolkata, I was sitting on a folding chair enjoying a cup of tea and eggplant fritters (Ramadi at that time was very fond of that- the Bengali Beguni). 

By and large, Ramadi was always very reticent about discussing Sri Anirvan. She has told me a number of times, "People come and ask me to talk about Swamiji. Can anyone talk about him?" 

Anyway, that day she was in good mood, and I think I am the lucky one in that respect. She has always answered my queries. "Tell me something about Swamiji", I asked. and this is what she narrated. 

"It was when Swamiji decided to take a trip to Kerdar-Badri. He was picking up the few people who would accompany him and I decided to join. But I had some problems physically and my brothers said that I could not undertake that kind of trip. (Incidentally, that was in 1967 and travel to Kedar Badri was not easy). Anyway, I asked Swamiji and immediately he said, "How can you come? You are not physically well." I kept quiet but he knew I was adamant. He said with a little smile, which was not very common, "What if you are attacked by a tiger?" I did not answer but thought inwardly, "Does not matter. at least I shall be with a rare Sadhu." 

During our trip, he told us, "Try not to sleep at night. The Himalayas are vibrating with Spiritual power mostly at night." 

So all of us tried to keep awake as late at night as possible. But we never felt any excessive tiredness during our strenuous journey on foot for that.

 

                                                         SOME POIGNANT MOMENTS

 

One evening Ramadi was in a slightly pensive mood.

I asked,"what happened, are you not in touch with Swamiji?"

She said, "No, it is not that."

Then in a kind of 'far away mood' she continued, " After he became ill, Swamiji used to sleep on the

" khat" (bed), and I used to sleep on the floor. One night I had a feeling that he wants to leave the mortal body. Of course, I pushed that thought away from my mind, telling myself that was my imagination. Then on consecutive three nights the same thing happened. I said to myself, ' No Way! That is not going to happen!' Next morning he told me, ' If I stay for a longer period, my speech will be taken away.' And I struggled and struggled with myself and eventually thought, 'What good will that be, if he can not talk any more?' So mentally I gave in.

In a few days he asked me, 'Rama, give me the 'Panji', the (Bengali almanac). Then and there I knew. But he just smiled a little and said,'Madhavi (the girl who was appointed to help us serve him) wants to know when Ekadashi falls.' 

But before that Ekadashi came at the juncture of Ashtami and Navami he went for the everlasting union with his Haimavati."

 

                                                                AT NARENDRAPUR

 

"At that time Swamiji was in Narendrapur (a place near Calcutta). He accepted few visitirors for a few days occasionally." Ramadi was looking splendid in a new sari and we were having tea and some fritters, our usual snacks. "He maintained the same rules for the visitors in Haimavati everywhere. The visitor would only see him at the meal times. He believed that the best way he could help anyone was by letting be what he is." I remembered that Mme Reymond also mentioned the same thing in her book, "To Live Within". " In addition," Ramadi added," nobody was supposed to do any work other than washing his/ her own garments while taking bath. " Swamiji would cook, clean, do dishes and all other household chores either himself or get it done by the young boy who used to come twice daily. Once I protested, " Swamiji, how can I let you wash the utensils I have used?" ( All of us, the Indians know how we look at the 'jutha' thing!). Swamiji calmly said, " In that case I can not let you stay here, because that is my ' Vrata' (something one observes).

"When did he and how did he cook?" I had asked. "At three in the morning, before the Brahma Muhurt started." Ramadi said. "He cooked in a cooker with the rice, daal and vegetables all together but in different pots. And when he worked in the kitchen with the utensils, it sounded like tingling of bells." Ramadi added, "Swamiji used to say,' the purpose of your being here is to open yourself to your Sourcs. For that you have to be absolutely free and not tied to anything'."

 

                                                                 TALKS BY SWAMIJI

 

Once, I mentioned about the talks that Sri Anirvan used to deliver at Sri Aurobindo Path Mandir. I myself never had the chance of listening to him but my father had and also I had just read about how he had allotted only a few minutes for Q/A after each session, but while he answered one, so many others got their answers too.

Ramadi smiled. "You would never imagine how his talks had effect on me", she said.

"Even long after he had finished, I could not get up. It seemed as if somebody had srcrewed me down to the seat". She smiled very sweetly, " everybody used to go away, and I was still there and felt so bashful, fearing Swamiji must have had understood my position. At that point Swamiji never looked at me, never uttered a single word, but waited patiently till I collected myself, got up and left the room." I

do not think this happened in the Path Mandir, but most probably when SA used to take classes at the Dharmapals or in other places, because she continued, " Just imagine. He used to sit in Veerasana at a stretch for three hours and delivered such profound talks on Gita, Upanishads and Srimadbhagavat one after another without any break."

Once I read somewhere else an excerpt from a well-known scholar that once or twice during the talk by Sri Anirvan, the audience had actually SEEN the terms he was using to explain Upanishads, to float around the room.

 

                                                                  SWAMIJI’S WORK

 

One day Swamiji said," Ramadi started during our usual evening tea session, " 'You have to do slot of work, Rama.' I did not attach much importance but wondered what did he mean by that. I had asked him, ' What do I have to do,Swamiji?' but he did not say any more.

"After he passed away, I was in a very depressed mood for a long while. All on a sudden I remembered that Swamiji had said that I have a lot to do. What is there for me to do and take away this feeling of tremendous loss from my mind? The same evening a young man came to see me carrying a large package. ' I came from....Sri Anirvan wrote to me all these letters. I have brought them to you for publication. I sincerely believe that these will be cherished by any aspirant and I would love to share these with them.'

" That was the beginning of the long line of publications by Haimavati Anirvan Trust."

 

                                                          “I DID NOT DO ANYTHING”

 

"I doubt how many people know Sarada Maa (the Consort of Sri Ramakrishna) as well as I do". Ramadi said in her usual quiet manner. I was taken aback. This definitely was not like Ramadi, the unassuming, sweet modest lady! " What do you mean?" I asked. With her eyes looking beyond Ramadi started: " Somehow or other, I never felt much attracted towards Sarada Maa, even though I always am a staunch devotee of Sri Ramakrishna, and this bothered me. A couple of times I had mentioned to Swamiji about that and as usual he always kept quiet. One evening I again raised that topic. That night, as usual I slept on the floor of Swamiji's room. I had always done that since he was bed-ridden, incase he needs anything during the night. In sleep, I felt I have become one with the Holy Mother. I could see her from outside but she was my own self. Then I heard a voice which I knew was of Sri Ramakrishna. He was asking her how much money she needed to run the monthly expenses. Sarada Ma said she needed six rupees for her monthly expenses.( this is what I,kalyani bose remember but the amount might have been different). Next day I came across a booklet published by Sri Ramakrishna Mission which mentioned that Sri Ramakrishma arranged with his devotees six rupees for the Holy Mother's monthly expenses! I can not tell you how I feel about the Holy smother from that time onwards. I approached and asked Swamiji," Swamiji, what have you done!" Quietly he said, " I have not done anything, it was the Mother!" But I did not even mention to him about the dream.

 

                                                              “HE IS ALWAYS THERE”

 

"When I could sense that Swamiji decided to leave us," Ramadi was musing, "I decided that I was not going to shed a drop of tear." It was raining outside but Ramani Chatterjee Lane was busy with honks and other usual Kolkata street noises and the air was cool. In a couple of days we were to leave India. So my mind was heavy too. "When the time came actually," Ramadi continued, " I was brave and according to Swamiji's wish, we took his body to be cremated in the electric furnace. All on a sudden, I broke down. Tears came down in such profusion, that people around were looking at me. But I simply could not control myself. Suddenly I saw Swawmiji, walking along. The same as always: tall and skinny, in his white clothes with the inseparable cap. I forgot all my grief. He was moving around like one of us. The last rites were completed, he was still there. We got in the car and he too did the same. He sat by me and even the end of his Chaddar(the part of the clothing, used to wrap around the upper part of the body)was touching my arm. And he stayed with me for almost three days." "What happened then?" I was almost breathless. "Then, of course he left", Ramadi smiled sweetly." But by that time I knew that he would never leave me completely, and he did not. You know that too." Ramadi smiled again. But this time mischievously. " He is always there, whenever you need him urgently."

 

                                   

 

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To the members:
This is the last installment in this series. I want to thank all of you for taking part and share with me this very dear moments of my life. Rest of the conversation was very private and should remain the same.

Thank you so much, Kalyani ji!

Please thank Rama di from us all, for sharing these reminiscences. It is wonderful of you to take the trouble to type up the memories of this frail old lady who was the faithful and dedicated disciple of Sri Anirvan. Truly she is the embodiment of a loving disciple whose sole thought is of doing seva for her Guru. We are most grateful for these precious memories.

"They must have had an extraordinary relationship, and you are right, we should not intrude too much on her memories.

Thanks a lot, Mrinalini. I am thinking of starting another series. Let us see what Sri Anirvan wants.

Kalyanidi,

 

You have gifted us a wonderful series that you shared with us - it is too bad that it had to end but we will eagerly await your new series.

I am sure it will be another revelation to all of us.

 

Thank you again, Kalyanidi

Thank you very much, Swapan. The blessings or Sri Anirvan is always being showered on all oa us.

Reply by Kalyani Bose on August 29, 2011 at 4:07pm

 

I was always the last one in the group to reach the "chati" where we would rest for the night. Every day Swamiji would wait for me in front of the "chati" standing on a large stone or raised ground.
On our way back, I started getting restless. "what is the point of coming to such a highly spiritual place with such a rare Sadhu," I thought, "if there is no experience." and that thought was gnawing at my heart.
As we reached Howrah Station, Swamiji came close to me and said, "Divyam dadami te chaksum." (for the members who are not familiar with the saying let me add that this was the expression used by Sri Krishna just before He invited Arjuna to witness His Universal Form as Time the Destroyer. This means I am bestowing on you the Divine Sight)/>
Yet nothing happened. The miracle took place as soon as I got out of the cab to enter my home. Everywhere there was nothing but Light. Light, Light and Light! I asked my Mom "What is happening?"
She said, " this is what you wanted, isn't it?" For quite a few days I could not function because of the upsurge of light. I was going to teach in the college, but who shall I teach? The girls were made of light only. I used to go to college in a trance, come back home and lay on my bed. For days together did not even feel any hunger. Then slowly it subsided and life started running as before."

 Reply by Vishram Parpiani on August 30, 2011 at 11:22am

 

Superb life time experience!

Vishram

Dear Kalyani ji,

When such a marvellous experience was given to you by Sri Anirvan, it is no wonder that you are translating his works so unselfishly for others and telling people all about Sri Anirvan,

You whole life must have been spiritually transformed!

What an extraordinary vision! How many years did it last?

Do tell us moe.

 

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RABINDRA SANGEET - JE RAATE MOR DUAAR GULI

RABINDRA SANGEET

-Je Raate Mor Duaar Guli
This song gives the extraordinary feeling of the capacity of Sri Anirvan to arrive at the very moment of emergency when he was needed. How he just appeared there, was a miracle.
http://www.esnips.com/doc/d68409ad-a62e-4c4d-ae57-9083ffda7336/Ashoktaru---Je-Raate-Mor-Duarguli

That night when my doors were smashed by the storm, I did not know it was you who had entered my house. All around everything went black, the wick of the lamp was extinguished.
I stretched out my arms to reach the sky, towards hope..
I did not know it was you who had entered my house,
That night when my doors were smashed by the storm.
I lay there sobbing, thinking it all a dream,
How could I know that the storm was a pennant of your triumph?
Morning dawned, and I beheld you,
A fountain of tears, you, yourself.
The whole house, save for ourselves, was and had been empty.
I did not know it was you who had entered my house,
That night when my doors were smashed by the storm.

AAJI JHORER RAATE TOMAR ABHISHAR sung by KALIM SARAFI


AAJI JHORER RAATE TOMAR ABHISHAR

Sung by Srikant Acharya, intro by Soumitra Chatterjee

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Sung by the famous singer Pankaj Mullick of the 1940s.
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Art thou abroad on this stormy night
On thy journey of love, my friend?
The sky groans like one in despair.
I have no sleep tonight.
Ever and again I open my door and look out on the darkness, my friend!
I can see nothing before me.
I wonder where lies thy path!
By what dim shore of the ink-black river,
By what far edge of the frowning forest,
Through what mazy depth of gloom art thou threading thy course to come to me, my friend?

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BY SHARAT KUMAR BHUSHAN

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Right now busy in addressing J Krishnamurti's followers in India and abroad.Struggling to finish book on Adwait,Raman,Nisargadatt Maharaj,Jk

BY AJU MUKHOPADHYAY

, aju mukhopadhyay

- "I am thinking how so to fix the attention so it can be unwavering- never turns aside- Oh! What great a job-"

My interest in Sri Anirvan continues with greater intensity these days. I have read almost all the valuable translations of his writings appearing in the blogs.

Unfortunately I do not know any Bengali although ambitiously I got many of his writings from the Dharampal's when I met them some years ago.

BY VIKRAMAN BALAJI

request: it seems Sri Aniravan used to give regular talks on Sri Aurobindo's Savitri in the Pathmandir. It would be a great service if someone could translate these talks since Anirvan's insight would help clarify many aspects of Savitri.

Thanks again and best regards

Balaji

BY SHARAT KUMAR BHUSHAN

Sharat Kumar Bhushan Di' I do not know why these lines by Hammarskjold are coming to my mind after reading your comment.

"Night!The road stretches ahead.Behind me it winds up in curves towards the house,a gleam in the darkness under the dense trees of the park.I know that,shrouded in the dark out there,people are moving,that all around me,hidden by the night,life is a quiver.I know that something is waiting for me in the house.Out of the darkness of the park comes the call of solitary bird:and I go-up there

BY SUBHASHISH BORAH

subhashish borah

- We should be proud of what we are, and we should not be dejected at what we are not as we desire. We should be proud of what we are not that we didn't wish for.

But the horror is that we are starting to be proud of what we are not that we desire to be!

The philosophy is that if you are X, be proud of being X, and don't be dejected because you are not the most fortunate one of the world you may have a dormant desire to be so. And be proud for you are not the most unfortunate person in the world and you didn't, don't and will never desire to be so.

But don't be proud of your vain self-images, just be proud of what you are and realize it with optimum firmness. There is a difference between "Will" and "hope". Suppose you want to be something or somebody in this life time. You cannot become that, if you are not at this very moment not that something or somebody you want to realize.This should be dormant within you waiting just for expression or manifestation. When proper time, environment and other supportive factors will be available to you, and if you have the necessary will to be so, you will one day appear as such.

Let's be our realities, not our imaginations! Let's be free from our inner insecurities! And here I intentionally use the word to be 'proud' in place of simply to 'accept' oneself, because the fact of 'Will' cannot properly manifest through a meek humbleness or moral humility.."

BY GURUCHARAN OJHA

Gurucharan Ojha

- Accept my hearty greet "Jayaguru". I am from Odisha, Devotee of Swami Nigamananda Saraswati. I read little more before Swami Nirbana nanda Saraswati "Anirbana".

I just need to know about his life details.....

BY SUBHASHISH BORAH

subhashish borah - "It is the "sense of wonder" that as 21st century's "homo-fabers" or "homo-technicus" evolving(I doubt!?) far out of our real natures of "homo-sapience" we have lost and we have forgotten to be astonished at things beautiful and as well as horrific!! We have been oblivious of feeling strange at anything...

This sense of wonder I believe is the real essnce of all creativity not only poetry or other art forms but science, mathematics , physics, chemistry, biology etc everything...

It impels us to discover things"

BY ANIRBAN

Anirban NAMASTE,

"To all the members in this GROUP"

It's really a pleasure and an honour for me to be a part of this group.

SRI ANIRVAN - THOU ART THE RULER OF THE humble mind of mine. CANST THOU RULE mine DESTINY, TOO?

My most humble PRONAAMS to GOURI-MASHIMA and GAUTAM-MESHOMASHAI.

I DO PRAY TO THE LORD OF ALL LORDS FOR QUICK RECOVERY OF GOURI-MASHIMA.

OH LORD, I think I am pretty LOUD and CLEAR.

ANIRBAN-AKASH - Is it a confirmation that our desires/DESIRE are(IS) fulfilled?

For though our desires may yet be fulfilled in this very human birth, do we really crave for our DESIRE to be satiated? If so, how do we enjoy THE ETERNAL LILA?

May we be firmly grounded whilst we touch THE AKASH (The SKY).

Best regards,

Anirban

BY SMT KALYANI BOSE

Kalyani Bose Dear Anirban,

I was not being able to come to the site for a very long time. Just today I opened it up to see your page and am inpressed. Are you or do you know Bengali? Of course you are because you have read His books. Your question about enjoying the ETERNAL LILA has evoked in my mind an expression form Sri Chaitanya Mahapravu. The Eternal Lila is like 'Tapta Ikshu Charvan' - Again 'Mukh Jwale NA JAi Tyajan-

Prosanti O prasannataye Ujjal Theko.

May the Grace of Sri Anirvan bring in us the Yuganaddha Dyavaprithivi.

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