By Sadhu Arunachala (Major A. W. Chadwick). Candid reminiscences of an unassuming English devotee who came to Sri Ramana Maharshi in 1935 and remained in Tiruvannamalai almost permanently until his passing in 1962.
By T. K. Sundaresa Aiyer. Leaves from the diary of a devotee who lived most of his life with Sri Ramana Maharshi.
By S. Shankaranarayanan. Here we find an account of the relationship between Sri Ramana Maharshi and his famous devotee, Nayana (Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni).
By Kanakammal (Translated by Lalitha Keerthivasan) - A simple but detailed account of life at the ashram and the author's experiences with Bhagavan. Originally published in Tamil.
A large selection of articles by well-known devotees on their impressions of Sri Ramana. This new edition includes more articles especially by Mrs. Pigott and Suryaprakash.
By Frank Humphreys. This is an interesting, instructive and entertaining account of several meetings with Sri Ramana Maharshi by his first European devotee in the year 1911.
By S. S Cohen. The author was an Iraqi Jew who first came to India as a boy, lifted himself professionally and financially from the streets of Bombay, and later, after several spiritual disappointments, landed in Sri Ramanasramam in 1936. There his search ended. He then applied himself to the earnest practice of the Maharshi's teachings and, after many years, quietly slipped into eternity in 1980. His writings are always crisp and fresh. This book contains his reminiscences about Sri Ramana Maharshi and a record of many conversations he had with Him. It concludes with a diary narrating the events of the last two years of Sri Bhagavan's bodily life.
By Mouni Sadhu - An extensive account of meetings and experiences with Sri Ramana by a Polish devotee.
By Arthur Osborne - A recently discovered autobiography of one of Bhagavan's most well-known foreign devotee.
By Suri Nagamma. More reminiscences from the author Letters from Sri Ramanasramam, which includes many interesting autobiographical accounts of the author.
Compiled by V. Ganesan. A collection of interesting reminiscences gathered over many years by the author, who is the grandson of Niranjanananda Swami, the Maharshi's brother. Also included are many photographs of the Maharshi and of the disciples that were interviewed by the author.
By Devaraja Mudaliar. These are reminiscences told in a charming and unassuming style by the author of Day by Day. Such real life experiences, written by those who moved close with the Sage, breath life into the Maharshi's unique personality and teachings. These, and other reminiscences listed in this catalogue, are an invaluable asset to sincere seekers who wish to imbibe a deep spiritual experience.
By N. Balaram Reddy. In 1993, two years before his passing, Balaram Reddy dictated these reminiscences to a devotee. It is the inspired story of his early life and an inner quest which eventually brought him under the watchful eye of Sri Ramana Maharshi in the year 1937. The chapters of this book were first serailised in 'The Maharshi', Arunachala Ashrama's bimonthly newsletter.
By Sri Kunju Swami. In his youth, the author renounced his home and came to live with the Maharshi in 1920. After a long life of austere simplicity and deep devotion he was absorbed into the Master in 1992. In this book he relates his personal experiences and those of other disciples and devotees he knew.
By S. S. Cohen. This could be called a supplement to Guru Ramana by the same author.
A series of articles from Mountain Path and Call Divine on Sri Ramana and his teachings.
By G. V. Subbaramayya. This is a touching story told by a child-like devotee who looked upon his Master as his 'All in All'. The account covers the years between 1933 and 1950 and clearly reveals Sri Ramana Maharshi's love and concern for devotees struggling in the world.
A series of articles from The Mountain Path and Call Divine.
By N. N. Rajan. In this book we find a summary of the Maharshi's teachings, an explanation of his role as the Guru, the method of practice and other similar topics, all strung together in a precise treatise, written out of the fullness of the author's devotion.
By K. K. Nambiar. The author was a long-standing devotee of the Maharshi and was once the Chief Engineer for the State of Madras. Mr. Nambiar tells the remarkable story of how the Maharshi personally guided him, even after the Sage's physical demise.
By Kapali Sastri. The author was a celebrated disciple of Ganapati Muni. This is a collection of Sastri's diary selections, articles, and translations from Sanskrit compositions, all of which were derived from his association with Ramana Maharshi.
Edited by A. R. Natarajan. The reminiscences of twenty-nine devotees of the Maharshi, with a short profile of each devotee.