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The Guru’s Word inspired me write these following.

Poetry Books

1. The Light Of Devotion Of Knowledge Of Brahma.

The book containing 540 poems of devotion, wisdom, truth, etc. can be downloaded from Download Books page.
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2. The True Guru’s Grace. More wisdom for The Guru’s Grace Has No END.

Similar to the First Book. The book containing 540 poems can be downloaded from Download Books page.
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To Download Navatha Bhakti

The Nine Ways Of Practical Devotion (in prose) go to Download Books page.

  • A poem titled ‘The Greatness Of Guru’ has been published in Free Press newspaper on 23-08-2012. To see this go to Download Books page.
  • A collection of poems titled ‘False & Fake Gurus’ has been published in Free Press newspaper on 27-10-2013. To see this go to Download Books page.
  • A poem titled ‘Immortal Cricket Match’ has been published in Free Press newspaper on 29-12-2013. To see this go to Download Books page.
  • A poem titled ‘True Religion Unites All Religions’ has been published in Free Press newspaper on 19-01-2014. To see this go to Download Books page.
  • A poem titled ‘Truth Only Wins’ has been published in Free Press newspaper on 09-03-2014. To see this go to Download Books page.

Some Inspiring Poems

Some Poems

Salutations to the lotus feet of Guru Siddha Nath

1.
Where the Sun cannot throw his light
There poet illuminates with his sight,
Where the mind cannot enter
There the experienced like to centre.

2.
What is the use of playing a cricket match?
Listen to the Nath Yogi’s immortal cricket match.
To play this one requires no money
Nor does one require things any.
Renunciation, character and contentment are the three stumps of the wickets
That Nath Yogi enjoys as he protects,
External and internal controls are the two bails
While protecting them Nath Yogi never fails.
Standing at the crease of Dharma
Nath Yogi strikes with the bat of Karma.
Behind the stumps, the wicket keeper is ego
Wearing the gloves of vasanas acquired long, long ago.
Maya is the bowler who bowls,
Expecting him to do fouls.
Vishaya is the ball
Maya throws for all.
Here too, six balls are in an over,
Fielders get no chance to cover.
The rest nine players are there
To catch him out everywhere
Or run him out anywhere.
The true Guru is his coach,
With surrender, Him, he does approach.
Here no match can be fixed
Nor with egos can results be mixed.
Time and truth are the umpires
But he plays without desires.
Know, this world is the playground.
Peace and bliss surely surround
The winner who makes the runs of devotion.
It is very hard to believe my clear notion.
Innumerable Perfect Beings are the spectators
Who are eager to cheer at and welcome the victors.
Nath Yogi’s cricket match thus I brief
By winning which you will have no grief
And surely you can pass from mortality to immortality.

3.
From foot to head
Has a dunderhead;
Whereas a snake in head,
Thus venom is spread.

4.
Who supports terror
Is making an error.
Supported is thief;
Descended is grief.

5.
If you resort to the wicked
One day you will be kicked.
You will have to repent
If you nurture a serpent;
For ’tis foolish to make
Friends with a snake.

6.
The mind is at rest,
Know, not in the forest
Nor in the caves of Mt. Everest
Nor looking after one’s own interest.
The mind finds perfect rest
Either by the Guru’s grace
Or in a woman’s embrace.
The mind gets perfect rest
Not in people’s clap
But resting in a woman’s lap
Or by bearing the Guru’s slap.
The mind gets perfect rest
Either while enjoying with the dearest
Or encircling a woman’s body and breast
Or dealing with an object of utmost interest.
Thus, the mind gets perfect rest.
How the mind gets perfect rest
It is for us to decide,
With me who can coincide?

7.
What ought to be done?
What ought not to be done?
In that ought to be done
What ought not to be done?
In that ought not to be done
What ought to be done?
Which duties are ought to include?
Which duties are ought to exclude?
Even the wise cannot conclude
As, even them, these duties delude.

8.
What ought to be done?
What ought not to be done?
In that ought to be done
What ought not to be done?
In that ought not to be done
What ought to be done?
Which duties are ought to be included?
Which duties are ought to be excluded?
By whom these are easily concluded,
By whom maya is deluded,
The doer is he;
The deed is he;
He is the done;
The three in one.
The knower is he;
The knowledge is he;
He is the known;
The three in one.
The Holy Spirit is he;
The Father is he;
He is the Son;
The Trinity in One.
God is he;
Brahma is he;
My Guru is he.
His disciple is me.
His lotus feet servant is only me! only me!
Forever me! always me! always me! forever me!

9.
Thy senses ain’t cold
However, thou art old,
Then by thee, truth was sold
Surely for women and gold
And at every step by maya, you are bowled.

10.
The wise say, “The woman who offers a gruel
Equally to husband, son and the one who is cruel,
And avoids engaging in a duel;
Among women, she is a living jewel.”

11.
Oh! historians! tell me,
They belong to which tribe?
Who enjoy taking a bribe.
Oh! historians! tell me,
They belong to which race?
Who are withheld of His grace.
Oh! historians! tell me,
What is their caste?
Who are chaste.
Oh! historians! tell me,
What is their colour?
Who have blemish-less valour.
Oh! historians! tell me,
Which is their nation?
Who look for a donation.
Oh! historians! tell me,
They belong to which breed?
Who nurture lust, anger and greed.
Oh! historians! tell me,
They belong to which class?
Who corrupt their minds with a lass.
Oh! historians! tell me,
They belong to which society?
Who are after money and beauty.
Oh! historians! tell me,
They belong to which nation?
Who have lost discrimination.
Oh! historians! tell me.

12.
The South American, the North American,
The Australian, the African, the Arabian, the Persian,
The Indian, the Russian, the Italian, the Asian,
The Canadian, the Japanese, the Chinese, the British,
The Christian, the Swiss, the Roman, the Jewish,
The Hindu, the Muslim, the Buddhist, the Irish.
Irrespective of sex, colour, religion, occupation or race, all men have seven common.
All are united by lust, anger, greed, attachment, pride, envy and ‘I’ notion.

13.
Whoever conquers the above seven
Gets entry-pass to Heaven,
Irrespective of sex, colour, religion, occupation and race,
Only he or she will be eligible to receive His grace.

14.
In those regions of eternal light
While living one will surely delight,
He or she gets the citizenship of His nation
Who solves this binomial equation.
(I + U)n = In + n . In-1 . U + n (n-1) In-2 . U2 / 2! + n (n-1) (n-2) In-3 . U3 / 3! +….+ Un = 1.

15.
Truth can be laid with a pen
But fools require a machine gun;
People can be changed with words
But fools require swords;
Hearts can be won with alms
But cowards require arms.

16.
When kind is tone
No need to stone;
Their minds are narrow
Hence fools require an arrow;
When truth is my brand
Why do I hold a steel brand?

17.
When we all belong to the human bracket,
’Tis foolish to make a missile rocket;
When mankind is a single caste
But fools propose a nuclear holocaust;
When life is from womb to tomb
But fools boast of the atom bomb.

18.
When hearts are open
Why required is a weapon?
When mercy has no bars
Why required are wars?

19.
When merciful tears are shed
Why required is bloodshed?
When mind is in control
Why required is arms-control?
When mind is won
All becomes only One.

20.
They are the learned
If wisdom they earned,
To the Guru they turned,
God they churned,
Untruth they spurned,
Ego they burned,
To heaven they returned,
They are the learned.

21.
They are the great; truly they are the great;
On His lotus feet, who concentrate,
They are the great; only they are the great.
Though they are illiterate
Them I cannot rate,
’Cause they are always great.
So at their lotus feet, I myself prostrate.

22.
Let truth be your speech,
Let Righteousness (Dharma) never breach,
Practice what parents teach
Next, what the true Guru does preach.
Their services ever you beseech,
Then satisfy guests each,
By that, thee God does reach.

23.
False Gurus lead you to hell,
Everywhere they dwell,
They preach very well,
They make you swell,
You fall in a dark well;
Paper flowers are easy to sell,
They are disguised very well,
No scent, if you smell.
Have you got the point I spell?
That’s all, I tell and yell.

24.
He is given the first seat,
Firstly, we worship Lord Ganesha’s lotus feet
In marriage or any auspicious meet.
Worshipping parents’ lotus feet
Lord Ganesha became hard to beat.

25.
Who foremost worshipped parents’ lotus feet?
I bow down at Lord Ganesha’s lotus feet
By Whom obstacles can be deleted
So that I will never be defeated
And I bow down at His parents’ lotus feet
To enhance my devotion to Guru’s lotus feet.

26.
If parents you kick,
And guests you prick,
And to wife you stick,
Before God, you light a wick.
Only dust you’ll lick,
Know your mind is sick.

Salutations to the lotus feet of Guru Siddha Nath

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The books are full of poems. They may be downloaded free at Download Books Page from the links. Thank you.

Questions & Answers

Salutations to the lotus feet of Guru Siddha Nath

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1
Arjuna asked,
“Oh! Lord, how to bind?
The wavering mind
Is as strong as wind.
Difficult I find.”

2
The Blessed Lord said,
“Constant practice and dispassion combined
Can cause the wavering mind to bind.”
(the above two poems are from the Gita)

3
Rama Rao Das asks,
“How can it be jihad if one holds a gun or a sword?
Oh, my Guru, let the Koran be known in a word…
Who is great? Greater is who?
What does the Koran state?
As at Your lotus feet I prostrate.”

4
My Guru says,
“As on My Guru’s lotus feet I concentrate
The end of the Koran, now for thee, I state,
God is great (Allâhu Akbar),
His devotee is greater,
The Guru is the greatest.
Silence is the best way to speak of His son (disciple)
For Mother English has only three degrees of comparison.”

5
Rama Rao Das asks,
“Let the Bible be known in a word!
Oh, my Guru, tell me the Word
Which was with our Lord?
Called as primordial word.
This word became Our Lord
And Our Lord is this Word.
This is what I heard.”

6
My Guru says,
“Om is the word
Called as Divine Word
That was with Our Lord,
Know it to be My word.
This word became Our Lord
And Our Lord is this Word.”

[The above two poems are Question & Answer about the Divine Word in the Bible
(JOHN 1:1)]

7
Rama Rao Das asks,
“Oh, my Guru, please explain
As I want to know the truth plain.
Who is Sikh? Muslim is who?
Who is Buddha? Christ is who?
Who is Jain? Hindu is who?”

8
My Guru says,
“Know, My son, disciple is Sikh,
Surrendered one is Muslim,
Enlightened one is Buddha,
Son of God is Christ,
The mind conqueror is Jain,
Who thinks all as One, is Hindu.”

9
Rama Rao Das says,
“Being Your disciple, I am Sikh,
Being surrendered to You I am Muslim,
Being enlightened by You, I am Buddha,
As the mind has been slain I am Jain,
Being Your eternal son, I am Christ,
Considering all as One, I am Hindu,
Being content with Your knowledge
Your lotus feet I ever acknowledge.”

10
Rama Rao Das asks,
“Seers say, “Whatever is here,
Of course, is there.”
Oh, my Guru tell me, what is the ground
That causes the atomic energy sound?”

11
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Oh, My son, He cannot be bound
However, their minds are wound.
He cannot be bound
However, they inflict no wound
In thought, deed and sound.
He cannot be bound
However, with degrees they abound.
He cannot be bound
However, their learning is profound.
He cannot be bound
However, they speak truth sound.
He cannot be bound
However, they offer many a pound.
He cannot be bound
However, they offer a golden mound.
He cannot be bound
However, He is found,
He cannot be bound.”

12
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Oh, My son, only by Supreme devotion He is forever bound
As only about Him, His devotee spins round and round.
From there the atomic energy and space science get their ground.
Only through His devotee’s heart, He makes Himself to be found.”

13
Rama Rao Das asks,
“As You have perfect proficiency
With knowledge, fill my deficiency.
Whose work has 100% efficiency?
Explain technology on the whole,
What is the efficiency of the soul?”

14
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Efficiency of the soul = (Unselfish work / Total work) X 100
And only Natha Yogi has the efficiency of 100%.”

15
Rama Rao Das asks,
“Who has perfect wit?
With whom do Perfect Beings sit?
Whom do Perfect Beings visit?
Who is called as a hermit?”

16
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Mind conqueror has perfect wit.
With the Guru, Perfect Beings sit.
His disciple, They visit.
Hence a disciple is fit
To be called as a hermit.”

17
Rama Rao Das asks,
“I beg Thee,
Please tell me,
Who is the Guru?
A disciple is who?”

18
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Word is the Guru,
Thought is His disciple.
This is the truth in principle,
Thus declares, Guru Bhuvani Nath’s disciple.”

19
Rama Rao Das asks,
“Word is what?
What is thought?
Tell me, Thou art beyond thought,
Only by Your grace truth is got.”

20
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Om is the Word.
Surrender is the thought.
This is the truth in principle,
So declares, Guru Bhuvani Nath’s disciple.”

21
Rama Rao Das asks,
“What is Om?
What is surrender?
Tell me, oh, my Lord,
Thou art beyond word.”

22
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Om is Brahma.
Surrender is Atma.
Thus I declare to thee
So that truth you can see.”

23
Rama Rao Das asks,
“Who is Brahma?
Who is Atma?
Let me have Your Word
As Thou art beyond work.”

24
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“The Guru is Brahma.
His disciple is Atma.
Thus I declare to thee
So that truth you can see.”

25
Rama Rao Das asks,
“Prostrating at Your lotus feet
I beg Thee to answer my heartbeat,
What is the root of religion?
What is the root of Yoga?”

26
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Mercy is the root of religion
And generosity is the root of Yoga.
Bowing to My Guru Bhuvani Nath’s lotus feet,
I declare to thee, these truths no heart can beat.”

27
Rama Rao Das asks,
“Atom, chromosome and molecule-
All scientists cause me ridicule.
Oh, Guru, please explain how to produce self-illuminating light
The cause and origin of all external light,
In which Nath Yogi ever plays with delight.”

28
My Guru says,
“Atom, chromosome and molecule –
All sciences make you ridicule;
Both will be the same for you – the day and the night
If you produce the self-illuminating light
The source and origin of all external light.
Producing this you require no laboratory or any instrument
But a sincere heart and steadfastness to do the experiment.
Nath Yogi uses his mind as a vacuum chamber.
Lust, anger, greed, etc. are the gasses filling the chamber,
Experience is his vacuum pump and truth his vacuum gauge.
Evacuate the vacuum chamber whilst noting down the vacuum of mind.
In the empty chamber, place a filament made up of renunciation,
Pass through it the current of devotion,
Slowly increase the intensity of current while pumps and gauges are on.
Depending on time and the intensity of current,
Slowly gets heated is the filament.
When certain critical point is reached by the combination of time and current,
The filament starts emitting light,
Know it as self-illuminating light
The source and origin of all light.
In that light the same are day and night.
If you want to get this light
Try to do the experiment but do not fight.
Before this light dimmed is the sunlight
And one becomes eternally bright.
For a Nath Yogi this world is his laboratory
And his senses are his instruments,
His body is the center for advanced technology.
Failed before him are even parapsychology and astrology.
Atom, chromosome and molecule –
All sciences make you ridicule.”

29
Rama Rao Das asks,
“How many qualities are there?
That can be found everywhere.
What is the end of the laws of the nature?
Answer for them whose minds are perfectly mature,
Oh, my Guru, only You have the greatest stature.”

30
My Guru says,
“Whether moving or unmoving three qualities are there.
A manifold mixture of these is present everywhere,
Call these gunas or qualities as Sattvic, Rajasic and Tamasic.”

31
Rama Rao Das asks,
“What is Sattvic?
What is Rajasic?
And what is Tamasic?
Please say, oh, my Father.”

32
My Guru says,
“Sattvic is purity or goodness,
Rajasic is passion or business
And Tamasic is inertia or laziness.
Oh, My son, know them to be thus.”

33
Rama Rao Das asks,
“How does the individual soul (Atma)
Become the Universal Soul? (Paramatma)
What is the end of Yoga?
For Yoga be the union
With God is Your opinion.”

34
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“In the body seven wheels are there
Concentrating on the seventh wheel, I declare
Unto thee, as the end of Yoga.”

35
Rama Rao Das asks,
“What are the seven wheels?
Where are they located?
What are their speeds?
What does a Yogi achieve?
In Your word, I believe.”

36
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“The first being Mooladhara wheel,
’Tis located at the base of the anus,
’Tis having four spokes,
Its speed is 1.84 X 1015 rpb,
It reflects red light. Stopping this wheel
One’s body becomes disease-free.”

37
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“The second being Swadhistana wheel
Situated at three inches from the Mooladhara wheel
’Tis located in the genitals,
’Tis having six spokes,
Its speed is 2 X 1015 rpb,
It reflects orange light. Stopping this wheel
One conquers the three worlds.”

38
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“The third being Manipura wheel
Situated at ten inches from the Swadhistana wheel,
’Tis located in the navel,
’Tis having ten spokes,
Its speed is 2.14 X 1015 rpb,
It reflects yellow light. Stopping this wheel
One’s body becomes as hard as diamond.”

39
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“The fourth being Anahata wheel,
Situated at twelve inches from the Manipura wheel,
’Tis located in the heart,
’Tis having twelve spokes,
Its speed is 2.4 X 1015 rpb,
It reflects green light. Stopping this wheel
One’s actions produce no reactions or
One’s Karmas end without a trace.”

40
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“The fifth being Visuddhakya wheel,
Situated at eight inches from the Anahata wheel,
’Tis located in the throat,
’Tis having sixteen spokes,
Its speed is 2.67 X 1015 rpb,
It reflects blue light. Stopping this wheel
One gets rid of breathing and life span increases.”

41
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“The sixth being Ajna wheel,
Situated at sixteen inches from the Visuddhakya wheel,
’Tis located between the eyebrows,
’Tis having only two spokes,
Its speed is 2.86 X 1015 rpb,
It reflects indigo light. Stopping this wheel
One becomes perfect and sleep is conquered.”

42
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“The seventh being Sahasrara wheel,
Situated at one inch from the Ajna wheel,
’Tis located in the brain,
’Tis having zillion spokes,
Its speed is 3 X 1015 rpb,
It reflects violet light. Concentrating on this wheel is Yoga.
Here the individual soul becomes the Universal Soul.
Here innumerable Perfect Beings are meditating on the Almighty.”

43
Rama Rao Das says,
“About this state, I cannot state
But on Your lotus feet I concentrate –
For this is formless,
Wordless and expressionless.”

44
Rama Rao Das asks,
“Oh my Guru, let me have Your Word!
Why are – Jesus a shepherd?
And Lord Krishna a cowherd?
And Adi Nath is called the Lord
Of beasts? That I heard.”

45
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Since the Guru’s word has been unheard,
One belongs to some kind of herd.
Hence Jesus – a shepherd,
Lord Krishna – a cowherd,
And Adi Nath – the Lord
Of beasts, so is heard.”

46
Rama Rao Das asks,
“What is the foremost example
That makes the truth so simple?
How to enter an elephant
Into the eye of an ant?”

47
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“To win the test, worshipped was father
By Lord Ganesha, as well as their mother.
He circumambulated both together.
He was found everywhere by his brother
Lord Kartikeya who went round
In the test of pilgrimage world around.
Lord Ganesha thus proved that the elephant
Could be entered into the eye of an ant.”

Salutations to the lotus feet of Guru Siddha Nath

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The books are full of poems. They may be downloaded free at Download Books Page from the links. Thank you.