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.
Contains English translation with word by word meaning and commentary of the texts: Ulladu Narpadu (Forty Verses on Reality), Ulladu Narpadu Anubandham (Supplement to Forty Verses on Reality), Ekatma Panchakam (Five Verses on the Self), Appalap Pattu (Song of the Pappadam), Atma Vidya Keertanam (Self-Knowledge)
Chronicles the amazing details of the relationship between Sri Ramana and Ganapati Muni. Also, provides a complete account of Muni's inspired Sanskrit compositions.
Contains the life story of Ganapati Muni. The story brings out Ganapati's literary excellence, his intense spiritual practice (tapas), the Grace he received from Sri Ramana, how the work Sri Ramana Gita took birth, and many more topics.
Commentary on Arunachalapancharatnam
Sanskrit Text by 'WHO' (K. Lakshmana Sarma)
with the Author's own English and Tamil Translations
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.
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 book contains the reminiscences of the author during his time at the ashram, notes of Sri Ramana's answers to questions put to Maharshi by the author or in the author's presence, and a dairy the author kept during the last two years of Maharshi's life.
Recounts incidents and dialogues at Sri Ramanasramam with the Maharshi from 1945 to 1950, as well as describing the authors own deep devotion for the Maharshi. This edition also includes 31 other letters originally published separately and 28 recollections that were also originally published with those letters.
This book is the translation of Talks with Sri Ramana Maharshi from English to Tamil. This monumental work records the Maharshi’s profoundly wise answers to thousands of questions put to him about ever so many spiritual topics. This is the full, unedited version imported by SAT from Sri Ramanasramam. The depth of the teachings presented in this volume makes this book a wondrous guide on the path to realize Self-Knowledge. You will find yourself returning to the dialogues in Talks again and again to fathom what proves to be of infinite depth.
Translation in English of the commentary of Smt. T. R. Kanakammal on Bhagavan's rendition in Tamil of two spiritual classics from Sanskrit: Devi Kalottaram and Anma Sakshatkaram. Contains meaning of each verse phrase by phrase followed by the commentary on each verse.
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.
This monumental work records the Maharshi’s profoundly wise answers to thousands of questions put to him about ever so many spiritual topics. The depth of the teachings presented in this volume makes this book a wondrous guide on the path to realize Self-Knowledge.
This book has guidance on the ways to do pradakshina (circumambulation) around Arunachala and details on the places one sees during the circuit.
The Periya Puranam is the song describing the lives of sixty-three Saivite saints of the ancient Tamil land. The original has 4286 stanzas. This English rendering is not a verse-by-verse translation, as the verses have been condensed in some places, but it keeps close to the original, bringing out the nuances.
Music: Isaipperarijnar M.S.Viswanathan
Lyrics: Karijnar Vaali, Isaijnani Ilayaraaja
Produced by: Sri Ramanasramam
Telugu translation of an ancient Tamil text containing teachings about Self-Knowledge, arranged in the format of a dialogue between a Guru and a disciple.
Telugu edition of a compendium of many spiritual stories derived from scriptural sources that Sri Bhagavan incorporated in his spiritual instruction.