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Sri Ramana Darsanam
The Power Of The Presence Part Three
Living By The Words Of Bhagavan 1
Ashtavakra Gita 1


Arunachala Puranam
Sorupa saram David Godman
My Life And Quest Arthur Osborne
The Teaching Of Ramana Maharshi In His Own Words Arthur Osborne
Be Still, It Is The Wind That Sings Arthur Osborne
Ramana Maharshi And The Path Of Self Knowledge Ramana Maharshi
Sri Ramana The Self Supreme K Swaminathan, Ramana Maharshi
Self Realisation B V Narasimha Swami
The Maharshi And His Message Paul Brunton
Sri Ramana Reminiscences Prof G V Subbaramayya
My Reminiscences N Balarama Reddy
A Sadhu's Reminiscences Of Ramana Maharshi Sadhu Arunachala
Ramana Maharshi And His Philosophy Of Existence T M P Mahadevan
The Quintessence Of Wisdom Dr M Anantanarayana Rao
Vichara Mani Malai Jewel Garland of Enquiry
----------------------------------------------------------------------------0) Amrut Laya: The Stateless State: by Shri Sadguru Siddharamaeshwar Maharaj
First Edition, 2011, Paperback, Pages 327
Publisher: Sadguru Publishing
The book contains the two volumes of Amrut Laya. Volume 1 of Amrut Laya is compr

of transcribed notes from 50 talks given by Siddharameshwar Maharaj on various
themes from Dasbodh. Volume 2 of Amrut Laya consists of notes taken from 88 tal
of Siddharameshwar Maharaj where he elaborates on various spiritual principles
from three main classic texts; Dasbodh, Yogavasishtha and Eknathi Bhagawat. The
book also contains Shri Siddharameshwar Maharaj's work "Master Key to
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------1)Guru Vachaka Kovai Commentary
2)Sri Ramanopadesa Noonmalai
Original:Sri Sadhu Om's Tamil Commentary on Sri Ramanopadesa Noonmalai (Tamil)
Author (original): Sri Sadhu Om
English translation: Michael James
Publisher: Sri Ramana Kshetra
Kanvashrama Trust, Tiruvannamalai, India
Edition: First, 2008
3)A Light on the Teaching of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, The Essence of Spirit
ual Practice
Original:Sadhanai Saram (Tamil)
Author (original): Sri Sadhu Om
English translation: Sri Sadhu Om and Michael James
Publisher: Aham Publications, Asheboro, NC, USA
4)The Path of Sri Ramana, Part One
Author (original): Sri Sadhu Om
English translation: Sri Sadhu Om
Publisher: Sri Ramana Kshetra Kanvashrama Trust, Tiruvannamalai, India
Edition: First: 1971;Second: 1981; Third: 1988;Fourth: 1990; Fifth:1997; Sixth:
5)The Path of Sri Ramana, Part Two
Author (original): Sri Sadhu Om
English translation: Sri Sadhu Om
Publisher: Sri Ramana Kshetra Kanvashrama Trust, Tiruvannamalai, India
Edition: First: 1971;Second: 1981; Third: 1988;Fourth: 1990; Fifth:1997; Sixth:
1) Sri Arunachala Stuti Panchakam
Original:Sri Sadhu Om's Tamil Commentary on Sri Arunachala Stuti Panchalam (Tami
Author (original): Sri Sadhu Om
English translation: Michael James
Publisher: Sri Ramana Kshetra Kanvashrama Trust, Tiruvannamalai, India
Edition: First, 2007

2) Updadesa Undiyar of Bhagavan Sri Ramana

Original:Upadesa Undiyar Tamil commentary by Sri Sadhu Om (Tamil)
Author (original): Sri Sadhu Om
English translation: Sri Sadhu Om and Michael James
Publisher: Sri Ramana Kshetra
Kanvashrama Trust, Tiruvannamalai, India
Edition: First, 1986; Second, 2004.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1) The Power of the Presence
Edited by David Godman
These three volumes comprise lengthy first-person accounts by devotees whose liv
es were transformed
by Ramana Maharshi. The narratives span the entire fifty-four year era of Bhaga
van's teaching career.
Some of these accounts have only appeared previously in Indian language publicat
ions, some have never
been published anywhere before, and some have been taken from books and journals
that are hard to find
outside India. Taken together these books reveal what it was like to live with a
nd be moulded by one of
the greatest spiritual teachers that India has ever produced.
2) Living By The Words of Bhagavan
By David Godman
An absorbing account of the trials and tribulations of Annamalai Swami's life wi
th Bhagavan. Annamalai
Swami spent many years supervising building work at Ramanashram under Bhagavan'
s direct supervision.
3) Be As You Are
Edited by David Godman
This is probably the most widely read book on Ramana Maharshi's teachings. Since
its first appearance in
the mid-80s, it has been, outside India, the standard introduction to Bhagavan's
teachings. Dialogues with
Ramana are arranged by topics, with the most important teachings on each subject
differentiated from the
remainder. Introductions to each chapter summarize Bhagavan's views on each sub
4) Sri Ramana Darsanam
By Sadhu Natanananda
Translated by Dr. Venkatasubramanian
Edited by David Godman
Sadhu Natanananda was a Tamil scholar who edited many of Ramana Maharshi's works
, even some that appeared
in Sri Ramana's Collected Works. This work is a penetrating analysis of Bhagava
n's life and teachings,
illustrated by many quotations and stories that have never appeared in English b
efore. Also included are
two long poems that Natanananda wrote in the 1950s which explain key points of B

hagavan's teaching and

give intimate details of Natanananda's own inner experiences.
Author: Muruganar
Edited and translated by David Godman,
T. V. Venkatasubramanian and Robert Butler.
Padamalai contains well over a thousand teaching statements made by Sri Ramana M
aharshi, none of which has appeared
in English before. They were recorded in two-line Tamil verses by Muruganar, on
e of Sri Ramana s foremost devotees.
It was at Muruganar s behest that Sri Ramana composed both Ulladu Narpadu and Upa
desa Undiyar, two of his principal
philosophical works. Muruganar himself composed Guru Vachaka Kovai, an extensiv
e and authoritative compilation of
Sri Ramana s sayings that was personally checked and revised by Sri Ramana himself
The original Tamil poem from which these statements have been taken had no
structure at all. It was simply
3,059 random verses. Some of them praised Sri Ramana, some of them expressed Mur
uganar s gratitude to Sri Ramana
for granting him liberation, but the majority contained renderings of his teach
The editors and translators have arranged these verses thematically, organi
sing them into topics such as
Self-enquiry , The Guru and the Jnani , The Self , and so on. To supplement the text and
to provide a commentary
on it the editors have added many other quotations by Bhagavan.
This is a classic Milarepa-like tale of unwavering commitment to the Guru and hi
s words. Many previously
unpublished dialogues with Bhagavan are included, and the book also contains te
aching dialogues that took
place between Annamalai Swami and his own devotees in the late 1980s.
2) Guru Vachaka Kovai
By Muruganar
Translated by Dr T. V. Venkatasubramanian, Robert Butler and
David Godman
Edited and annotated by David Godman
Guru Vachaka Kovai (The Garland of the Guru's Sayings) is the most authoritative
collection of Ramana Maharshi's
spoken teachings. The first Tamil edition of the book, published in 1939, was p
ersonally checked and revised by
Ramana Maharshi himself.
The Guru Vachaka Kovai verses, recorded by Muruganar in the last decades of Rama
na Maharshi's life, cover the full
spectrum of his teachings. This new translation of the entire work includes pre
viously unpublished explanatory
notes by Muruganar and supplementary teaching material by Sri Ramana that illus
trates or expands on the words
of the original text.
There are two translations of Guru Vachaka Kovai available on this page, one by

Sadhu Om and
the other by
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3) Sorupa Saram
By Sorupananda
Translated by T. V. Venkatasubramanian, Robert Butler and David Godman
Edited by David Godman
Sorupananda was a powerful Tamil Guru who lived several centuries ago. His abili
ty to silence the minds of his
visitors was praised on several occasions by Ramana Maharshi. Though his chief
disciple, Tattuvaraya, wrote
prolifically, Sorupananda himself only wrote one small work: Sorupa Saram. Sri
Ramana thought so highly of
this work, he included it on a list of six must-read books that he gave to Anna
malai Swami in the 1930s.
The text itself comprises 102 Tamil verses in which Sorupananda uncompromisingly
declares his own enlightenment
and then attempts to answer questions on the implications of being in this state
The original Tamil text has been out of print for decades, and it is unlikely to
be reprinted again. We have
therefore included both the original Tamil verses and an English translation of
them in this new edition of
the work. There is also a twenty-page introduction by David Godman that details
all the known biographical
information about both Sorupananda and Tattuvaraya, and the Guru-disciple relat
ionship that existed between them.
Customers in India can order from the Sri Ramanasramam Book Depot.
1) The Vedaparayana
Twice daily, in front of the Maharshi, the Vedas were recited. Since the Maharsh
i often spoke highly about
the value of listening to these chants, it continues today at his tomb in Sri R
amanasramam. In this book we
find the English translations of the various scriptures that are recited daily.
2)Sri Devikalottara
One of the Upa-agamas highly valued by the Maharshi, so much so that he spontane
ously translated it into Tamil
verse during his stay in the Virupaksha Cave. It contains Lord Shiva's instruct
ion to Parvati, outlining the
direct Advaita path to liberation. This edition contains the Maharshi's Tamil v
erses, original Sanskrit text
with English transliteration and English translation.

3) Bhagavad Gita
This is an English translation of the Bhagavad Gita by Arthur Osborne and G.V.Ku
lkarni. The contents of this book
were first published serially in The Mountain Path (the quarterly journal from
Sri Ramanasramam) from April 1965
to October 1969. They were later published in book form by the Ashram in June 1
973. In this second edition, the
Sanskrit text and an English transliteration have been included with the English
Also included are two new appendices. The first is the Bhagavad Gita Saram, the
42 verses selected by Bhagavan which
reveal the essence of the Gita. The second is a facsimile of the typed pages of
Alan Chadwick's (Sadhu Arunachala)
translation of the Gita Saram together with Sri Bhagavan's handwritten correcti
Bhagavan would often quote verses from the Bhagavad Gita and comment on their me
aning when speaking to devotees.
For spiritual seekers the present English translation is a wonderful resource.