[Advaita-l] On Ramana
svenkat52 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 24 14:23:25 EDT 2021
Thank you very much for this mail bringing to my attention Sri Jagadeeswara Sastriji’s commentary on Upadesha Saram. I am in the process of buying this book.
Thank you also for the Youtube link on the release of this book. I immensely enjoyed watching it. More specifically the Video ends with a verse in praise of Ramana with very stanza closing with the refrain 'Ramanam Prapadhye’. I am very much interested in getting the full lyrics of this verse. Can you provide me the same or tell me the possible source from which I can get the same?
Many thanks and regards,
> On 24-Jun-2021, at 1:26 PM, V Subrahmanian via Advaita-l <advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
> The 'upadesha saarah' of Bhagavan Ramana in Sanskrit, with samskruta
> bhashya of Jagadeeswara Sastri
> The above has been recently fully translated to English and available for
> The commentary brings out the highly Vedanta Shastric nature of the
> composition by Bhagavan Ramana. Innumerable citations from the shruti,
> smriti, purana, agama, tantra, etc. are provided in the Bhashya to show the
> depth of the Vedantic purport, in all its facets, the doctrine and the
> sadhana, contained in Bhagavan's Upadesha sara.
> The following gives some details about the book:
> All are cordially invited for the release of the book Upadesha Saarah —
> Tattvabodhini on 2nd October, 2020 at 6:30-7:45 PM.
> The book will be released by Sri V Ganesan and Sri Ramanacharanatirtha
> Nochur Venkataraman.
> Join the video streaming of the release at https://youtu.be/ggbvjoX81pM
> This book includes the Sanskrit treatise ‘Upadeśa Sāra’ of Bhagavan Sri
> Ramana Maharshi, along with Tattvabodhini—a Sanskrit commentary by
> Atmavidyabhushanam Sri Jagadeeswara Sāstri, a great scholar of Vedanta and
> one of the foremost disciples of Sri Ramana Maharshi and the English
> rendering of the treatise and commentary, along with explanations and notes
> by Sri. G. Kameshwar. The book is published by Ramana Maharshi Center for
> Books can be ordered online from www.eganesha.in
> Or email : publications at ramanacentre.com
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