Tamil Language is a great treasure house of spiritual knowledge and literature. It abounds with treasures of priceless value and such a one is the " Thiruvasagham", written by the Saivite Saint Manickavasaghar. It is his masterpiece and is undoubtedly the forerunner of all devotional songs in the Tamil Language and in any language for that matter. It has 51 chapters. " Thiruvasagham" is, to put in a nutshell (656 verses), the pilgrimage of a soul from its pre-natal state to its final state of perfection-how the soul is born, first its inertness, its inablility, then its meandering into wanton ways, its realisation and then finally the merging with the rapturous bliss. It has been translated into English (prose) so that the nectar of spiritualism can seep into the heart of every aspirant, to raise him from this mundane plane on to a plane of Perfect Bliss. Though he is a graduate (science) his ardent faith upon Self-realization and Literature makes him not an ordinary man but as a well-versed preacher of spiritualism. His slogan is Trumpeting Vedanta into Thine Heart. He is not engaged with any physical designation but he has dedicated his life to render service to all, through proper understanding of spiritualism. He is also a versatile orator and has delivered more than 4000 spiritual lectures in several temples. Athmandam, Narayaneeyam, Abhirami Andhati-notes, Hindu Dharmam are published. Now, his Manamum Thianamum, Vedhanthamum Nadaimuraimum, Aranericharam & Avvaikkural-notes, Nathaupasanai- 400 Tamil krithis with ragas and thalas, Thirumanthiram- notes, Sree Mookapanchasathee-notes, Theerkadharasanam (Tamil) and Emancipational Commentary on Srimad Bhagavad Gita-English notes, books are in press.