English translation of work by Hastamalaka on how natural and evident our identity being the Self is. Also includes an English translation of the Tamil version of the text by Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi and an English translation of Hastamalakiya-Bhashyam, which is the Sanskrit commentary by Adi Sankara upon these verses by his disciple, Hastamalaka.
One Self is a compilation of satsangs with Nome from May 4, 2003 to January 29, 2012. All the satsangs begin with silence, which reveals the true nature of the One Self—our true nature. Most satsangs then have a discourse on the nature of the One Self and instruction on how to practice Sri Ramana’s Self-Inquiry. Each discourse is followed by questions raised by devotees regarding their own practices and Nome’s response.
Covering a time span of 40 years, Ever Yours in Truth is a spiritual treasure in the form of personal correspondence between Nome and other sages and seekers sharing their experience.
This new SAT Publication embodies the sum total of Advaita Vedanta as expressed by Sri Adi Sankaracarya: Brahman is the Truth, the universe is false, the jiva (individual self) is Brahman, indeed, not another.
Readings in English with vina music of the two texts, Advaita Sandhya and Dakshinamurti Catushtaya Darshanam, from the book Advaita Devatam: God of Nonduality.
This book chronicles the profound dialogues from 1900 to 1902 between Ramana and an ardent seeker of truth, Gambhiram Seshiar. Through Nome's deeply devotional and illuminating commentary, Self-Enquiry - the heart of Ramana's teaching - becomes brilliantly clear and accessible.
by Adi Sankaracharya,
Translated by Nome
Contains the Sanskrit, transliteration, and English translation of this short pithy set of verses by Sankara pertaining to pure Advaita (Nonduality). Includes alternative readings of verses, as well.
by Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi
This is the original version of the English translation of Sri Ramana Maharshi’s “Upadesa Manjari,” which was long out of print.
Translated from the original Sanskrit by Dr. H. Ramamoorthy and Nome
This translation is the first time that this essential and classic work of Advaita Vedanta has been published in English, and in full. It is a consummate work of the spirit, an astonishing description of direct Nondual experience and understanding.
Translated from the original Tamil by Dr. H. Ramamoorthy and Nome
This is the first complete translation into English of the original Tamil version of the Ribhu Gita, which was regularly recommended by Sri Ramana Marharshi to spiritual seekers.
8 CD Audio Set with Reading in English of Chapters 1 to 11 of the sacred scripture The Song of Ribhu by Nome accompanied by soft vina music
by Zia Mohiuddin Dagar (Rudra
vina, Raga Yaman)
The entirety of this book deals with nondual Self-Knowledge and Self-inquiry, with emphasis on Ajata (no-creation) teachings of pure Advaita Vedanta.
Contains the essence of the Maharshi’s
teachings about Self-Realization
by Adi Sankara
Translated by Dr. H. Ramamoorthy and Nome
This English translation from the original Sanskrit by Adi Sankara is a very clear, aphoristic explanation of what the Self is and the Knowledge that reveals it.
Consists of an article that originally appeared in the 1996 souvenir book published by Sri Ramanasramam for the centenary commemoration of Sri Ramana Maharshi’s arrival at Arunachala.
These writings, by Nome, are an offering to Lord Siva, to Sadguru Ramana, and to all sages of the lineage of Advaita Vedanta.
Upon reading this little book, the reader immediately will recognize that he or she is reading writings of both a devotional nature and writings expressive of jnana—Knowledge. This is Parabhakti—supreme devotion.