From the thin booklet issued by the ashram that only has Stuthi Panchakam
When Sri Bhagavan was sitting in the sofa on 1-1-1947, an elderly lady sang a few songs from Sri Ramana Stuthi Panchakam. Rajagopalappar, one of Bhagavan’s devotees in the hall, asked Bhagavan how many times had Satyamangalam Venkataramana Iyer, who composed these verses, come to have darshan of Bhagavan, and his where he was now. Bhagavan replied, “When we were in Virupaksha Gugai, he came only once. He composed the first four songs (Kaalai paattu, Kummi paatu, PonnoLir Paththu, Ponnaioththa Paththu) one each day that he was here. The fifth song Ramana Satguru he composed after he reached his home town from where he mailed it. He didn’t come here after that. There are no details about him either. The day he wrote Kummi pattu, on that night, Manavasi Ramasami Iyer, another person -- could be Ramanatha Brahmachari — and a few crazy people sang the song and danced (kummi).” - Taken from Day by Day by Deveraja Mudaliar, page 305, published 1995.
From the Ashram Parayana book that has all the daily parayana slokas
The composer of this Stuthi Satyamangalam Venkataramana Iyer, came to visit Bhagavan when he was living in Virupaksha Cave. The first four songs he wrote on the first four days of his stay, and the fifth, he mailed it from his home town. Among the songs in praise and worship of Bhagavan, these are old (1910-1911), and contain the highest truths of Vedanta in them.
These songs that sprung from the heart in the presence of Brahma Gnani Bhagavan like a stream, although they are simple, they shine with a surprising permanence and newness. Like Kannappa Naayanar (the hunter devotee) who worshipped Shiva for just 7 days and attained Mukti, Satyamangalam Venktaramana Iyer stayed with Bhagavan for just seven days. But that one week was filled with deep devotion and grace.
Ramana Stuthi Panchakam is sung in Bhagavan’s Hall on Saturdays.