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நான் யார்?

‘‘நான்… நான்… நான்… என்ற சொல்லுக்கு விளக்கம் கூறும் பகவான் ஸ்ரீ ரமண மகரிஷி.
மகான்களின் அவதார தினம் எனும் ஜெயந்தி விழாவின்போது வெறுமே பூக்களால் தூவி சில நிமிடங்கள் கண்மூடி நின்று நகர்வதெல்லாம் போதாது.


The Potency Of Silence

Bhagavan Ramana used to say that the highest spiritual teaching and transmission is only in silence.

True Silence comes when there is complete surrender to God without any reservation. 52 more words




Birth and Early Years

Venkataraman (later Sri Ramana Maharshi) was born on December 30, 1879 at Tiruchuzhi, a small village in Tamil Nadu, some thirty miles off Madurai and eighteen miles from Virudhunagar, the nearest railway station. 4,621 more words


Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi - Ramanasramam


An ashram did not spring up immediately. At first there was only a shed with bamboo poles and a roof of palm leaves. Through the ensuing years the numbers grew, donations came in and regular ashram premises were built – the hall where Ramana sat, the office, the bookstore, the dispensary, the guest room for male visitors and a couple of small bungalows for guests who made a longer stay. 540 more words

Motivational Story

Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi - At Arunachala

At Arunachala

Sri Ramana Maharshi stayed at various places in Tiruvannamalai and then in several caves on the Arunachala Hill until he finally settled at what came to be called Sri Ramanasramam where he lived until his Mahanirvana in April 1950. 909 more words


Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi - Death Experience

Death Experience

The turning point in Venkataraman’s life came spontaneously in mid-July 1896. One afternoon, the youth for no apparent reason was overwhelmed by a sudden, violent fear of death. 644 more words

Motivational Story

Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi - Early Life

Early Life

Arudra Darshanam, a festival that commemorates the manifestation of Lord Siva as Nataraja, the Lord of Cosmic Dance, was being celebrated with great ardor in the Bhuminatha temple in Tiruchuzhi, South India, on December 29, 1879. 593 more words