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Glory of Arunacala

Glory of Arunacala

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Published by ganesh59

Translated by
M. C. Subramanian

SRI RAMANASRAMAM

Translated by
M. C. Subramanian

SRI RAMANASRAMAM

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 T 
HE
G
LORY 
 
OF
 A
RUNACHALA
Translated by 
M. C. Subramanian
SRI RAMANASRAMAMSRI RAMANASRAMAMSRI RAMANASRAMAMSRI RAMANASRAMAMSRI RAMANASRAMAM
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© Sri RamanasramamTiruvannamalaiFirst Edition: 1999 - 1000 copiesSecond Edition: 20042000 CopiesCC No. 1098
ISBN: 81-88018-31-7
Price: Rs.
Published by 
PresidentSri RamanasramamTiruvannamalai 606 603Tamil NaduINDIA 
Tel: 91-4175-237292/237200Fax: 91-4175-237491Email: ashram@ramana-maharshi.org Website: www.ramana-maharshi.org
Typeset at 
Sri Ramanasramam
Printed by 
Kartik PrintersChennai 600 015
 
Publisher’s Note
The Tamil translation of 
 Arunachala Mahatmyam
(Sanskrit) done by Sri Munagala S. Venkataramiah (laterSri Ramanananda Saraswati, compiler of 
Talks withSri Ramana Maharshi 
) is already published by Sri Ramanasramam. The English translation of this by Sri M. C. Subramanian was serialised in
The Mountain Path
.This has been reissued now and includes a few alterationsand additions. A long-felt need of devotees has at last beenrealised with the publication of this in book form. An unavoidable feature of the original is the repetitionof stories as compiled from various Sanskrit sources. Thishas been retained in translation in order to emphasise theglory of Arunachala as the main theme. Appended to the
 Arunachala Mahatmyam
(English), which forms the main body of the text, is the
 ArunachalaPuranam
as vignettes, translated by Sri J. Jayaraman fromthe Tamil poetic work of Saiva Ellappa Navalar, oftenreferred to by Sri Bhagavan. This too originally appearedas a serial in
The Mountain Path
.T
IRUVANNAMALAI
 V. S. R 
 AMANAN
1st September 1999P
RESIDENT
S
RI
 AMANASRAMAM

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