RAMANA MAHARSHI

RAMANA MAHARSHI

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RAMANA MAHARSHI

Venkataramana (who later became Ramana Maharshi) left home when he was 16 and went into the Arunachala in Thiruvannamalai and surrendered himself to the Lord.    He stayed in an underground cellar for meditation and absorbed in a trance for 60 days with termites and ants living upon him.

He spoke for the first time after 11 years of silence.    Maharshi’s approach which was a direct enquiry into truth, quenched the thirst of many seekers world over.     Once a westerner asked him, “what is God”?    The maharshi smiled and said, “What is – is God”.    He made people think and learn than teaching elaborately.    Doubts disappeared in his presence.    Upadesha saara and Satdarshana are his most famous

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