Veda poruL arul Arunachala
Arunachala, bless me with the experience of merging with the Absolute silence where there is no difference between me and you, a state postulated by the upanishads that are the end of the vedas. Bless me with the inner meaning of the vedas that shines as the undivided one.
In the Upanishads, which come at the end of the Vedas, there are instructions for various sects of people according to their role in the material plane of existence, which implies a nondual nature (teacher and student). When the state that differentiates from the Brahman is destroyed, what remans is the ‘paramartha swarupam’ (form of god/Absolute) which shines as One. That part of the vedas which explicitly explain the self realisation is called upanishads. Since they appear at the end of the vedas (antham is end, Vedanta is at the end of Vedas), these wisdom-sections (gnana kaandam or upanishads) are called Vedantas. This is what Bhagavan points out as ‘vedanthathe vaer Ara vilangum’ - that which shines as not separate from vedanta.
Since it is difficult to understand Vedas without a guru, Bhagavan pleads for Arunachala’s grace to reach that stage (mentioned in the Vedanta).