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Arunachala Shiva paints an intimate picture of Sri Ramana Maharshi’s life, taking us behind the scenes to moments with his closest disciples.
Shocking yet compelling commentaries offer new and unexpected insights into his teachings, challenging entrenched ideas and assisting a final realisation.
Included in this book is his famous text, Who Am I? (Nan Yar) in which he declares that Self-enquiry is the most direct route to Self-realisation. Arunachala Shiva paints an intimate picture of Sri Ramana’s life, taking us behind the scenes to moments with his closest disciples. The shocking yet compelling commentaries offer new and unexpected insights into his teachings, challenging entrenched ideas and assisting a final realisation. The book contains beautiful photographs of Sri Ramana, Arunachala, and spiritual India.

"Your own Self-realisation is the greatest service
you can offer to the world."
Sri Ramana Maharshi

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ISBN: 9780957088627
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