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Sri Ramana Maharshi (1879-1950) was a unique spiritual teacher in India. He was the living embodiment of the Indian tradition of Advaita Vedanta, which focuses on the oneness of God with the human soul and all created things.
    
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Timeless in Time, a biography by A.R. Natarajan of the remarkable life and teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi (1879-1950), is a beautifully written and illustrated work which offers a vivid account of Ramana and a choice selection from his sayings and writings.

Ramana was not a learned pundit or an accomplished academic philosopher; he was rather a living exemplar and embodiment of the deep spirituality and wisdom of the Advaita, or non-dualist, Vedantic tradition which has extended from the early Vedic writings, primarily the Upanisads, to the present. From early childhood, Ramana seemed obsessed with the central Advaitic question “Who am I”? and was able to answer it, as it were, in terms of his own state of realized consciousness of the undifferentiated oneness of being. He is said to have become enlightened when he was only sixteen years old.


Who can understand the state of the one
Who has dissolved his ego and
Is abiding always in the Self?
For him the Self alone is.
What remains for him to do?
-Ramana
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