By Krishna Bhikshu, Pingali Sundaram
The phrases of this sage,Sri Ramana Maharshi nonetheless flame out in my reminiscence like beacon lights."I pluck golden fruit from infrequent conferences with clever males" wrote Emerson in his diary,and it really is sure that I plucked complete basketfuls in the course of my talks with Sri Ramana Maharshi.Our top philosophers of Europe couldn't carry a candle to him.. --Paul Brunton This advent via Paul Brunton may still result in any seeker to appreciate Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi. This booklet was once first released in Telugu language within the 12 months 1936.This used to be one of many 3 biographies of Sri Bhagavan released in the course of his physically lifestyles time.Perused and corrected prsonally by means of the nice sage himself this ebook is a needs to for each follower of Sri Ramana Maharshi.
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The body was its sheath. The hill and the linga were the sheaths enveloping his Father. Else, how could the Immeasurable and Omnipresent One be limited to these tiny things? They were mere symbols of the limitless Substratum of this Universe, the source of all the power and acts in the Universe, the all pervasive Truth. Venkataraman was established in It. What was the nature of his Father? What was the relation between his own ego and this universal, all-supporting, all-destroying, authoritative secret nature?
People in large numbers began thronging the place hoping that their desires for health, wealth, progeny would be fulfilled by him. They came with various offerings. Starting with mere darshan soon people began composing various hymns in his praise! Those 56 attending on the Swami erected temporary barricades to prevent people from coming near him. But the people would not agree to leave without the Swami partaking of the eatables brought by them as offerings. Everyone wanted the punya of offering something or the other to the Swami – this led to quarrels among them also.
He abided in the Self, he held his senses captive and controlled his mind. He was enjoying the Kingdom of Yoga. This lad never sought anything. However, even if he left others alone, they would not leave him alone. For them he was an object of curiosity, or ridicule or blame but for a few, he was an object of respect. He was at a new place, helpless, unprotected – 49 but was he unprotected really? His only refuge were the feet of Siva but that Siva never appeared before him! This lad became the target of the local urchins who looked upon him as a madcap.
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