In 1901, a young man was sitting on the holy mountain Arunachala in South India, when a scholar came to him with burning questions about the nature of Truth. As he was not speaking at that time, the answers were given in silence, written in the sand.The young man was to become the renowned Saint Sri Ramana Maharshi. Twenty years after the initial interview, in the early days of the Ramana Ashram, he himself edited his answers given that day, which became the first ashram publication setting out his essential teachings.Sri Ramana MaharshiThe Indian Saint was born in 1879. After coming to the holy mountain Arunachala aged seventeen, his early years there were alone and silent.In the 1920s he moved to a permanent place at the foot of Arunachala and the present ashram was constructed. Here he lived and taught until his death in 1950.Many people from all over the world visited Sri Ramana at the ashram, coming to directly experience his spiritual power and the profound peace and simplicity of the ashram. von Ramana, Maharshi
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Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, the Sage of Arunachala, born in 1878, is one of the most famous and most recent of India's wealth of sages, Saints and spiritual Masters. As a young man of sixteen he had a spontaneous awakening. He left his home in Madurai and made his way to Tiruvannamalai and the holy mountain, Arunachala. He lived for many years, alone and in silence, on and around the mountain, which he never left. In the 1920s the present ashram was constructed. Here he lived and taught until his death in 1950. Many of this Maha Rishi's (Great Seer) students and devotees, who, through him gained Self-realisation, passed on to their own students Sri Ramana Maharshi's practice of Self-enquiry, using the question, 'Who am I?'