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
Several devotees do not go there to talk or ask questions; they are happiest when visitors do not talk and Maharshi sits still in samadhi giving them the lead. They are those who have been working on the lines recommended by him, i.e., Atma Vichara (pursuing the quest ‘Who am I?’).