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13 books of Ramana Maharshi

Translated from Sanskrit into English by Miles Wright, ed. with permission by Gabriele Ebert.

A running prose translation of 42 verses from Bhagavad Gita, selected and set in order, by Ramana Maharshi, for use of those interested in Self Enquir...

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The great Tamil poet Muruganar approached the South Indian sage, Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, and requested elucidation on the instruction which had been given by Lord Siva to the Rishis of Darukavanam (the Pine Forest).

The Rishis had become...

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Ramana Maharshi (1879-­1950) compte parmi les plus grands maîtres de l'Inde contemporaine. Sans aucune étude ni initiation, il atteignit l'illumination et vécu en ermite dans la sainte montagne d'Arunachala. Son enseignement principalement oral att...

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"This is (That) Arunachala, the Ocean of Grace, which confers the highest state
(of liberation) at the mere thought of It.­"
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THIS work contains almost everything written by Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, His inspired compositions, and a number of translations from ancient Advaitic texts, representing the essence of His teachings. They fall into two categories — those which exemplify the path of surrender through love and devotion to the Divine, and those which are more doctrinal. The first group includes the Five Hymns to Sri Arunachala of which the first poem, The Marital Garland of Letters “is among the most profound and moving poems in any language” and expresses the attitude of the soul aspiring for union with God.

Sri Bhagavan has affirmed that seekers who study these works are certain to attain the Bliss of Liberation.

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Die fünf Bhakti-­Verse, in denen Arunachala als Manifestation des höchsten Selbst verehrt wird, sind reich an Symbolik. Sri Ramana Maharshi hat sie 1917 auf die Bitte von Ganapati Muni hin geschrieben. Von seinen fünf Gedichten für Arunachala ist e...

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Eine Prosa-­Übersetzung von 42 Verse aus der Bhagavad Gita, die Ramana Maharshi für jene, die an der Selbstergründung interessiert sind, ausgewählt und neu geordnet hat. In diesen Versen zeigt Bhagavan dem Sucher auf, was und mit welchen Mitteln er...

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A translation of Ramana Maharshi's Arunachala Pancharatna from Sanskrit into English by Miles Wright with comments and a preceding article by him on the practice of Atma-­vichara (self-­enquiry) as taught by Ramana Maharshi, edited by Gabriele Ebert...

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The great Tamil poet Muruganar approached the South Indian sage, Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, and requested elucidation on the instruction which had been given by Lord Siva to the Rishis of Darukavanam (the Pine Forest).

The Rishis had become hooked on action (karma) and every attainment threw up the desire for a further bigger, better attainment. They approached Siva and asked for help. Things have not changed much since then ... have they? The human condition continues to be enthralled with the shadows all the while oblivious to the all important source of the light.

Sri Ramana Maharshi agreed and wrote this instruction in 30 verses. Later, the verses were translated into Telugu, Malayalam and, at the request of the great Sanskritist, Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni, they were also translated into Sanskrit. The Sanskrit work is known as Upadesa Saram (The Essence of Instruction). This is an English translation with commentary of that work by Miles Wright.

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Die 30 Verse von Upadesa Saram bilden die Quintessenz der Lehre Sri Ramana Maharshis, des Weisen vom Berg Arunachala. Sie sind vom Stellenwert den alten Upanishaden vergleichbar. Bereits zu Ramanas Lebzeiten wurde Upadesa Saram täglich in seiner Anwesenheit zusammen mit den Veden rezitiert. Dieser Brauch besteht bis heute im Ramanashram. Die Lehre ist klar und für jeden, der sich davon treffen lässt, nachvollziehbar und praktikabel.

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