Raman Maharshi (was Re: RES: [Advaita-l] New member introduction:AsadMustafa Rizvi)

Ramesh Krishnamurthy rkmurthy at gmail.com
Mon Jan 29 23:12:46 CST 2007

In fact, I would say that Ramana was the greatest living embodiment in
recent times of the timeless teachings of the Upanishads in the
tradition of Advaita. Seeing his life, even the greatest sceptic would
be convinced that the ancient lore of the Upanishads is indeed true.

On 29/01/07, Ramesh Krishnamurthy <rkmurthy at gmail.com> wrote:
> And what is advaita if not a jnana marga to Self-realisation. There is
> no need to see "shades" of advaita in Ramana - what he taught was
> Advaita and nothing else.
> Answering the question "who am I" i.e. Atma-vichara, is a fundamental
> teaching of advaita-vedAnta. Saying that Ramana taught advaita is no
> way tantamount to reducing the form to the shadow. Needless to say, I
> agree emphatically with Rama on this count.

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