Works by Other Authors on Sri Ramana Maharshi's Teachings

Direct Teaching of Bhagavan Ramana
By V. Ganesan - An exposition on "Self-Attention" as expounded in Bhagavan's own words of wisdom

151 Pages

The Garland of Guru's Sayings - Guru Vachaka Kovai

By Muruganar (Translated by K. Swaminathan) - 1254 Verses dealing with Sri Ramana's teachings.

252 Pages

Guru Ramana

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.

164 pages

Crumbs from His Table

By Ramanananda Swarnagiri (K. S. Narayanaswami Aiyer). Reminiscences of a devotee who visited Sri Ramana Maharshi several times during the years 1934 to 1936, and who noted down instructive conversations and illustrative stories.

52 pages

Hunting the 'I'

By Lucy Cornelssen - A well-written account of Sri Ramana's technique of Self-enquiry.

98 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

The Maharshi and His Message

By Paul Brunton. A reprint of three chapters from A Search in Secret India, the book which first made Sri Ramana Maharshi widely known outside of India.

90 pages

Reflections on Talks with Sri Ramana Maharshi

By S. S Cohen. Contains detailed notes on special passages from Talks with Sri Ramana Maharshi, arranged by subject into fourteen chapters, and presented with the insight of one who sat at the feet of the Master and applied his teachings whole-heartedly.

189 pages

Sri Ramana The Self-Supreme

By K. Swaminathan - A series of essays on Sri Ramana's teachings, including the author's editorials in "The Mountain Path".

132 Pages

Sri Ramana Darsanam

By Sadhu Natananada (Ed. by David Godman) - A newly published work by one of Sri Ramana's staunch devotees.

146 Pages

Sri Ramana Gita

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.

100 pages

Sri Ramana Gita (Commentary by T.V.Kapali Sastri)

Translated by S. Sankaranarayanan - Written in 1941. Exhaustive commentary on Sri Bhagavan's answers to a wide range of questions. Includes text in Sanskrit.

497 Pages


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).

72 pages