Author: Ganapati MuniTranslator(s)/ Editors(s): A R NatarajanPublisher: Ramana Maharshi Centre for LearningYear: 2006Language: Bi-LingualPages: 233ISBN/UPC (if available): 8185378339
The Ramana Gita is perhaps the most important part of the heritage bequeathed by the Sage of Arunachala The text consists of three hundred verses arranged in eighteen chapters. What we have now is the first English commentary and a fresh translation of Ramana Gita. The work does not deal only with the philosophical content of the teaching. There is much of practical import; the discipline to be adopted to realise the truth for oneself. Sri. Natarajan provides both in introduction and his lucid commentary, significant background material for gainful appreciation of the discussions. The presentation should appeal to every one who is attracted to this Path or even interested in higher values of life.Extract from the Preface by M.P. Pandit Sri Aurbindo Ashram, Pondicherry.A special feature of this book is that the Sanskrit verses are a facsimile of Bhagavan Ramana’s handwriting.ABOUT THE TRANSLATOR:Sri. A.R. Natarajan is the President of the Ramana Maharshi Centre for Learning and Bhagawan Sri Ramana Maharshi Research Centre, Bangalore. He is also the Vice-President of the Ramana Kendra, Delhi From June! 1982 to January ‘86 he was the editor of the quarterly published by Sri Ramanasramam, 'The Mountain Path A collection of these editorials have been published under the title ‘Divinity Here and Now’. His earlier works are the commentaries on Sat-Darsha-nam, Selections from Ramana Gita and Upadesa Saram, covering the core of the Maharshi’s Teachings His biographical work is Bhagavan Ramana and Mother.
PrefaceIntroductionChap. 1 : The Importance of Self AbidanceChap. 2 : The Three PathsChap. 3 : The Paramount DutyChap. 4 : The Nature of JnanaChap. 5 : The Science of the HeartChap. 6. Mind ControlChap. 7 : Self EnquiryChap. 8 : On the Stages of LifeChap. 9 : On Cutting the KnotChap. 10 : On SocietyChap. 11 : On Compatibility of Jnana and SiddhisChap. 12 : On ShaktiChap. 13 : Women Eligible for SanyasaChap. 14 : Jivan MukthiChap. 15 : Sravana, Manana, NidhidyasanaChap. 16 : BhaktiChap. 17 : On Attainment of WisdomChap. 18 : On the Glory of SiddhasBibliography