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The Nisargadatta Gita was first released on the internet in February 2008; since then it has been acclaimed worldwide as one of the best expositions of the teachings of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, and used as a meditation manual by many. The essence of the teaching has been expressed in a very clear and lucid style. The Nisargadatta Gita has only one chapter 'I AM', which consists of 231 condensed quotes of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj along with a short commentary on each quote. These quotes have been prepared from a collection of 572 'I AM' quotes compiled from 10 main books (Beginning with 'I Am That') which cover almost all the recorded dialogues of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. This third edition is the first official printed version and has an appendix titled I Am That - A Realization, which is a tribute to the Guru by his disciple.

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