This diary by Devaraja Mudaliar records conversations and events that took place in the Maharshi's Hall during the years 1945 to 1947. The author felt quite free with the Maharshi and discussed all matters with him. Interesting insights into the Sage's personal life, his relations with devotees, habits and interests, along with many unique dialogues are all recorded in a manner easy to read.
405 pages - Hard Cover
The most voluminous collection of dialogues with Sri Ramana Maharshi, covering almost every spiritual topic imaginable and recorded in English by Munagala Venkataramiah during the years 1935 to 1939. All the notes made to produce this book were shown to the Sage for approval, and every effort was made to record correctly both the question and answer as they occurred. Open up this book anywhere, begin reading and you will find yourself transported to the Old Hall, sitting before the Maharshi and drinking in his life-giving words. We highly recommend this book to all serious seekers.
By Suri Nagamma. A translation of 241 letters Suri Nagamma wrote to her brother from Sri Ramanasramam. The author, who was a beloved devotee of the Master, wonderfully captures the unique personality of the Sage, while graphically recording many incidents in the Old Hall. The Maharshi encouraged her in this writing and specifically related many incidents and teachings to her so they could be recorded.
303 pages - Hard Cover
By Suri Nagamma. Thirty-one letters which were not included in the English version of Letters from Sri Ramanasramam, together with some other interesting, unpublished reminiscences.
A collection of Sri Ramana Maharshi's answers to questions that cover a vast range of spiritual topics, arranged and edited by subject into thirteen chapters. This forms a brief but comprehensive record of his oral teachings.
Contains the Maharshi's Sanskrit translation of his Tamil Upadesa Undiyar with a transliteration and word-for-word meaning in English by Swami Viswanathan. A facsimile manuscript in the Maharshi's own handwriting of these verses, in both Sanskrit and Tamil, are printed at the end.
A Sanskrit text of over three hundred verses by Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni. There are eighteen chapters on varied subjects with Sanskrit printed on the left page and the corresponding English translation on the right. The verses are a collection of questions and answers, with some hymns in praise of Sri Ramana Maharshi. The English translation is by Sri Viswanathan Swami and Prof. K. Swaminathan.
A collection of dialogues with the Maharshi that were written down by Paul Brunton and Munagala Venkataramiah. These notes were handed over to Sri Ramanasramam by the son of Paul Brunton about ten years ago and then quickly published.
Compiled by Swami Rajeswarananda. This small book published by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan contains an integral compilation of the Maharshi's teachings in a lucid essay form, ending with a dialogue of questions and answers.
An extremely useful collection of the Maharshi's teachings, compiled and edited by Devaraja Mudaliar, and broken into thirteen subject-chapters with such titles as "Heart," "Grace and Guru," "Fate and Free Will" and "Mind"; all of them incorporating the salient teachings of the Sage.
By 'Who' (K. Lakshmana Sarma). An English rendering with explanatory notes of 350 Sanskrit verses embodying the oral teachings of Sri Bhagavan. About 300 of the verses are originally from Sri Muruganar's Guru Vachaka Kovai (The Garland of Guru's Sayings).