Author: K SwaminathanTranslator(s)/ Editors(s): S.G. TuldhupudePublisher: National Book TrustYear: 2009Language: MarathiPages: 115ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788123729664
Ramana Maharshi is a Sage who in our time taught and exemplified jnana marga, the path of knowledge pointed out earlier by Buddha and Sankara. In this inspiring biography of a man of love, peace and humility, the author has brought out effectively the Sage’s preoccupation with the quest for self-knowledge: by no means an obsolete way of life, perhaps even an answer to the troubled mind of modern man.
AcknowledgementsPART I -THE MAN1. Background: History and Myth2. Early Life and Illumination3. Tranced Years and Fresh Moorings4. Virupaksha Cave: Normality of the Jnani5. Skandasram: The Mother6. Ramanasramam: Gradual Growth7. Ramanasramam: Power of the PresencePART II - THE MASTER8. Collected Works: Prose Pieces9. Collected Works: Devotional Hymns10. Collected Works: Philosophical Poems11. Collected Works: Translations and Adaptations12. Talks13. Sayings14. Comparisons : ConclusionBibliography