suga kadal ponga soll unarvadanga
Summa porundhidangu Arunachala
Arunachala! May my heart brim with bliss by your grace and overflow like an ocean, and may the experience of it completely wipe away word and mind.
The space where Arunachala, the form of peace (shanti) personified resides, brims with the ocean of bliss (Suga kadal literally means bliss ocean). Because if this, unnecessary words (talk) and mind-business (Mano vyabaram) die down. This is what Bhagavan refers to as ’sollunarvu adanga where ‘sol’ is word, uNarvu is experience, and ‘adanga’ is to be brought under control/subside). In the state of bliss, it is natural for words and experience (of material things) to subside. When jiva merges with the Lord mind is completely destroyed.
My note: ‘Summa’ is a tricky word. In common, colloquial parlance it means just like that/ just/ without any reason or work/without doing anything etc. But it is a very powerful word with deep meaning in the spiritual sphere. For example, when Arunagiri Nathar, (a15th century resident of Tiruvannamalai who would later become a great poet and author of Tirupugazh) was about to jump off Vallala gopuram to end his life in disgust, Lord Muruga appeared and saved him. The Lord gave him a two word upadesa which was “Summa Iru Sol Ara’ meaning be still without word. This summa iruthal is referred to by saint poet Thayumanavar as well as Bhagavan Ramana.