Author: Paul BruntonPublisher: Sri RamanasramamYear: 2012Language: EnglishPages: 77ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788188225507
Paul Brunton (Raphael Hurst) Came to India in the early 1930’s in search of the Truth behind the ancients mysteries.This journey led him to many yogis and fakirs, but his search continued till he was guided to Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, the sage of Arunachala, through the gentle persuasion of Sri Chandraswkharendra Saraswati. The revered Sankaracharya of Kanchi Kamakoti Mutt."One could not forget that wonderful pregnant smile of his, with its hint of wisdom and peace won from suffering and experience. He was the most understanding man I have ever known: you could be sure always of some words from him that would smooth your way a little, and that word always verified what your deepest feeling told you already.“The words of this sage still flame out in memory like beacon lights." I pluck golden fruit from rare meetings with wise men" wrote trans-Atlantic Emerson in his diary, and it is certain that I plucked whole basketfuls during my talks with this man. Our best philosophers of Europe could not hold a candle to him…"
Contents1. Introduction2. The Hill of the Holy Beacon3. In a Jungle Hermitage4. Tablets of Forgotten Truth