Commentaries on the Maharshi's Writings


Arunachala Siva

Translation and commentary by Dr T. M. P. Mahadevan - An extensive commentary on the Bridal Garland of Letters and Five Gems on Arunachala

103 Pages

Five Hymns to Arunachala & other Poems of Sri Ramana Maharshi

Translation and Commentary by K. Swaminathan and Tamil translation by Mahalakshmi Suryanandan. Includes text in Tamil.

189 Pages

The Cardinal Teachings of the Maharshi

Commentary by Kapali Sastri; Translated by S. Sankaranarayanan - Includes Sanskrit text and extensive explanations of terms.

13 Pages

The Quintessence of Wisdom

Commentary by Justice M. Anantanarayanan An extensive personal commentary on Bhagavan's Upadesa Saram.

49 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

Ramana Maharshi and His Philosophy of Existence

By T. M .P. Mahadevan - Extensive introduction and commentary on Ulladu Narpadu. Includes transliteration in English of the Forty Verses and the Supplement

137 Pages

Revelation (Sri Ramana Hridayam)

A Sanskrit verse-rendering of Sri Ramana Maharshi's Ulladu Narpadu (Forty Verses on Reality) and Anubandham (Supplement to the Forty Verses), with an English translation, authored by 'Who' (K. Lakshmana Sarma), writer of Maha Yoga.

56 pages

 
Sat-Darshana Bhashya and Talks with Maharshi

By Kapali Sastri. A commentary on Sat Darshanam (a free Sanskrit verse-rendering by Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni of Sri Ramana Maharshi's Tamil work Ulladu Narpadu), preceded by a record of some dialogues with Sri Ramana Maharshi.

172 pages

 
Sri Maharshi's Way: A Translation and Commentary on Upadesa Saram

By D. M. Sastri - Contains Sanskrit text, transliteration and translation into English as well as extensive footnotes.

56 Pages

Upadesa Saram (Upadesa Undiyar) of Sri Ramana Maharshi

At the request of the poet-saint Muruganar, the Maharshi composed thirty verses summarizing the essence of his teachings. This is an English translation and commentary by B. V Narasimhaswami from the original Tamil text of Upadesa Saram (The Essence of Instruction). The Maharshi's Sanskrit translation is included as an appendix.

84 pages