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
Swami was sitting alone in the Virupaksha cave. Ramaswamy Iyer gives an account of his meeting with Swami, in his diary: ‘My soul was stirred; and I appealed to him ‘Sir, Jesus and other great souls came into the world to redeem sinners. Is there no hope for me?’ The Swami said (in English):-‘THERE IS HOPE, YES. THERE IS HOPE’