Kanakal Treatment


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Experiences with Maha Periyava: Kanakal Treatment

This is an incident that happened twenty years back. A man named Echankudi Ganesa Aiyer was a staunch devotee of Sri Maha Periyava. His wife had cancer in the stomach and was suffering a lot. Doctors advised that she must be operated upon or else it would be difficult for her to survive the disease.

Ganesa Aiyer came to Periyava and appealed to Him.

Sri Maha Periyava said, “There is no need for any operation. There is a railway station named ThirunellikKaaval near ThiruturaiPoondi. If you get down at the station and go towards the West for a kilometre, you can see an irrigation canal. There is tree on the banks of canal called “Kanakal” (in Tamil). Ask her to take the stalks of its leaves, her cancer will be cured.” After receiving this advice, his wife ate the stalks of the leaves and within a few days the cancer started disappearing and got completely cured.

As she always prayed to the sage, Ganesa Aiyer’s wife lived past eighty years, and happily witnessed the kanakabhisekam of Sri Maha Periyava before attaining the lotus feet of the Lord.

Author: Sri Matham Balu Mama
Source: Maha Periyaval – Darisana Anubhavangal vol. 2

Categories: Devotee Experiences


9 replies

  1. Was there any attempt to locate this tree ?

  2. If anybody knows the name of the tree, will help to others who are really in need.

  3. Apt prescription to the deserved…. only HE can do. Charanam Sharanam

  4. there is nothing obscure in the prescription of MAHAPERIVA THE VAITHEESWARAN SWAMY.everything is curable..not only physical HE solved mental problems of so many people.HE changed the fate of so many.is not it?MAHAPERIVA TIRUVADIGALE CHARANAM.CHARANAM CHARANAM CHARANAM CHARANAM CHARANAM.

  5. Missing Periyava very much.
    My wife had to undergo surgery for cancer last month and is now on CHEMO cycle.

  6. is the tree found anywhere else? If at all it is,can anyone identify it? Only Periava can help. Charanam, Charanam

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