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Sri Ramanopadesa Noonmalai by Sri Ramana Maharshi

Sri Ramanopadesa Noonmalai
By Sri Ramana Maharshi

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Sri Ramanopadesa Noonmalai, the upadesa (spiritual guidance) poems composed in Tamil by Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, with word-for-word meaning and English translation by Sri Sadhu Om and Michael James. These verses were written in answer to the request, 'Teach us the nature of reality and the means to attain it', and contain a wealth of ideas and clues to guide anyone who seeks to experience the non-dual state of true self-knowledge by means of self-investigation (atma-vicara, scrutinising oneself to know 'who am I?').


“So that we may be saved, [graciously] reveal to us the nature of reality and the means to attain [or experi-ence] it.” This is the prayer that Sri Muruganar made to Bhagavan Sri Ramana when requesting him to compose Ulladu Narpadu, and these are the words with which he be-gins the first verse of his payiram or...
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