In this essay Michael James expounds on the greatness and power of Arunachala primarily by citing and elaborating on written and spoken statements made by Ramana Maharshi.
Bhagavan’s 1926 essay, entitled ‘Who am I?’ is one of the key presentations of his teachings. This annotated translation is supplemented by additional citations from Sri Ramana’s works that elaborate on many of the points that are being presented.
Ramana Puranam is a poem jointly composed by Muruganar and Ramana Maharshi. This excerpt narrates how Muruganar came into contact with Bhagavan and how the two them eventually collaborated on this project.
This is a slightly updated and revised version of an article that appeared on my blog. In it I explain why I believe that some texts that record Bhagavan’s teachings are more reliable than others.
This is my commentary on one of the verses, composed by Bhagavan, that appears in Ulladu Narpadu Anubandham (Supplement to the Forty Verses).
Links to articles and texts on Bhagavan’s teachings from my old site that I have not reformatted.
These are links to translations of writings by Ramana Maharahi that originally appeared on my old site. They have not been reformatted for the current site.