(Introduction by Sri Bhagavan)
This work is one of the upa-agamas and explains the supreme wisdom to be attained by mature souls and their mode of life, expounded by the Supreme Lord Siva to Devi Parvati. It is the essence of all Agama Sastras on matters of spiritual knowledge. This is verily the boat which can rescue the mortals struggling hard, sinking and rising, in the sorrowful ocean of samsara of endless cycles of births and deaths and take them by the direct path to the shore of liberation. Let all earnest seekers after Truth, instead of groping in the dark, bewildered, and losing their way, adopt the help of this straight path and reach the supreme state to bliss and peace.
Meditate in the Heart upon Lord Ganesa -- the silent, non-dual, universal witness -- who is the nectar of divine bliss and is full of grace, shining as the bountiful flowering of aspirants following the path of spiritual wisdom revealed in Devikalottara, which was expounded by Lord Ishwara into the ears of Goddess Ishwari.
Note: In the original Tamil verse, the word `kari' means `elephant', which denotes Lord Ganesa as per tradition, but the word `kari' also means `witness', which denotes the Universal Self, which is in line with Advaitic experience.
Referred Resources: Vishnu Ganesa