KathaKalakshepam: Bhagavan’s life narrated in traditional style
In 1963 Pandit Nehru bestowed the title of “Bala Meera” on a child prodigy after listening to a rendering of Bhajans by her. “Kalaimamani Bala Meera Chandra” became a famed exponent of Hari Katha tradition pioneered by Swami Samartha Ramdas.
Fifty years later, “IP- Meera Grimes” was called upon to render the life of Sri Ramana Maharshi in Hari Katha format in the US and several Ramana centres in India. You can hear a musical recording of Sri Ramana Maharshi in traditional Kalakshepam style in English by Meeraji.
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Quote from Bhagavan
Do not think too much of psychical phenomena and such things. Their number is legion; and once faith in the psychical thing is established in the heart of a seeker, such phenomena have done their work. Clairvoyance, clairaudience, and such things are not worth having, when so much far greater illumination and peace are possible without them than with them. The Master takes on these powers as a form of Self-Sacrifice