I asked him which of the poems in his Ramana Sannidhi Murai he liked best, but he could not say. I told him that I liked “Arunai Ramanesan” best and proceeded to sing
from it, and Bhagavan asked me to translate that also
for the Maharani, so I did. The gist of it is that Ramana bears upon his head, because it is his fate, the burdens of all those who throw themselves at his feet and regard him as their sole refuge, that peace comes naturally to all those who live with him, that whatever dangers may threaten his devotees they need have no fear, and that Bhagavan had saved him, Muruganar bidding him not to fear.