Compilations and Expositions of Bhagavan's works


The Cardinal Teaching of the Maharshi

An English translation by S. Shankaranarayanan of Kapali Sastri's Sanskrit commentary on the Maharshi's Arunachala Pancharatna (Five verses to Arunachala).

22 pages

Gems from Bhagavan

By A. Devaraja Mudaliar - A short series of Bhagavan's sayings on happiness, mind, renunciation, etc.

49 Pages

Heart is Thy Name, Oh Lord

Containing 120 pages of photographs with selected quotes from the English publications - Talks, Day by Day, Who Am I?, etc. A very popular book.

120 Pages

 
Maha Yoga of Bhagavan Sri Ramana

By 'Who' (K. Lakshmana Sarma). This profound exposition of Sri Ramana Maharshi's teachings is the result of an intimate association with the Sage for more than twenty years. The author spent two or three years translating to Sanskrit some of the Maharshi's Tamil works, and during this period he received long and pertinent instructions on all aspects of the Maharshi's practical philosophy. This book is the most thorough and intriguing study of his teachings, providing a firm theoretical foundation on which to understand their practical application.

242 pages

Ramana Maharshi - Forty Verses

S. S. Cohen utilizes all his innate writing skills to render the Maharshi's Ulladu Narpadu into an easily-understandable, conversational-style translation. In these verses all the salient points of the Maharshi's teachings are touched, with emphasis on the central practice of Self-Enquiry. The translator's perspicacious notes follows each verse.

46 pages

Thus Spake Ramana

Edited by Swami Rajeswarananda. A pocket-size book containing 125 passages selected from Sri Ramana Maharshi's teachings.

120 pages

The Teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi in His Own Words

Edited by Arthur Osborne. This is a comprehensive selection of dialogues with Sri Ramana Maharshi, with brief, insightful explanatory notes that clarify and simplify the practical application of his teachings.

256 pages