Vaaga thiruchuzhi thannil vandhu;
Angum irukka manam sagiyamalae
Arunagiri thannai naadi vandhaan.
(Refrain: Ramana guru …)
Thangum = place (where He was) staying; dayavaaga = by how grace; thiruchuzhi = where Bhagavan was born; sagiyaamal = not being able to tolerate; naadi = come looking for, have desire for;
Shiva, leaving from the place of his abode, Kailasha, took birth in Tiruchuzhi as love manifest. Then, not being able to tolerate staying there, he came looking for Arunachala.
Here again Satyamangalam Venkatramana Iyer sees Bhagavan as Lord Shiva himself, which he did in Kaalai paattu also.
In one of the stories of Bhagavan’s journey home, we read about how the ‘not being able to tolerate’, ie, ‘manam sagiyanalae’ (restless) feeling manifested in Bhagavan’s body as unbearable heat, which subsided only after he arrived in the Arunachaleswarar Temple and embraced the Lord in the sanctum sanatorium. Shiva took the form of Ramana and couldn't wait to come home and shower his grace on all his devotees.