Sri Ramana Gita (Sanskrit), composed by Ganapati Muni (Nayana), is a book of instruction of Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi in the form of aphorisms revealing the Jnana, Bhakti, Karma, Mantra and Raja yogas. The instructions were communicated on different occasions to various devotees at different gatherings between 1913-1917, when Bhagavan was residing up the Arunachala Hill.
This Gita is essentially a practical guide. By following the simple instructions here given, a true seeker for Self-realisation will definitely make significant progress. It was initially published in 1935 and has been republished and translated into many languages.
For easy access to the main content, the Sanskrit verses with transliteration and translation in English, Tamil & Telugu (Audio & text in pdf) are provided here as follows:
Audio: Sanskrit- 75 min; English- 78 min; Tamil- 62 min; Telugu- 68 min.
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|Ramana Gita Sanskrit – Chapter 1 – 9||
|Ramana Gita Sanskrit – Chapter 10 -18||
|Ramana Gita English – Chapter 1 – 9||
|Ramana Gita English – Chapter 10 – 18||
|Ramana Gita Tamil – Chapter 1 – 9||
|Ramana Gita Tamil – Chapter 10 – 18||
|Ramana Gita Telugu – Chapter 1 – 9||
|Ramana Gita Telugu – Chapter 10 – 18||
1. Sanskrit & English Transliteration- 88 pages;
2. Telugu – Transliteration & meaning- 78 pages of scan copy, 1936- 1st edition,
3. English & Tamil meaning- 89 pages;
Quote from Bhagavan
A young monkey was bitten by an elder member of his group and left helpless near the Asram. This little fellow came limping to the Asram at Virupaksha Cave. Hence he was christened Nondi (the lame one).
Sri Ramana Mantra Chant
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