Virpana Ramanarae vaarum;
Vedanta rooparae vaarum
Karpanai = imagination; ozhindhadhu = destroyed/wiped out; kamalangaL = eyes (also means lotus); alarndhana = opened (blossomed); virpanar = skilled/expert;
Our mind’s imaginations are gone (wiped out), our eyes of wisdom have opened, oh Ramana who is the skilled expert in al fields, please do come, the form of Vedanta, please come.
This verse seems to refer to the real sleep of a mortal and the illusory sleep we are all caught up in. The first verse seems to point to the daily waking state form a night’s sleep but the explanation refers to the state of sleep in Maya from which we need to wake up. And this can happen only by the grace of a guru like Bhagavan.