The Collected Works of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi (Sri Ramana Nul-Tirattu – Tamil) has a unique place in the life of all Ramana devotees. In his introduction to the prose translation of Vivekachudamani (his earliest and major single work), Bhagavan says “…bliss can be realised through self-enquiry only, which consists of Sravana (hearing), Manana (contemplation) etc. In his “Who am I?” also he says “… for that (happiness), the enquiry of the form ‘Who am I’ is the principal means.”
The works of Bhagavan abundantly serve the purpose of Sravana, Manana etc. With the upload of this ‘Nul Tirattu’, the poetical works of Bhagavan are now available to devotees in three different formats.
a) Tamil Parayanam as sung now at Sri Ramanasramam.
b) 15 Day cycle of the same including the poetical works of a few other saints – most of them in the voices of old devotees like Kunjuswamy and others.
c) The Collected Works of Bhagavan (Nul-Tirattu) – the poetical portion with music wherever available. This would be updated as and when the remaining portion is set to music and sung. The Malayalam version of Bhagavad Gita Saram, Telugu, Sanskrit and Malayalam versions of Upadesa Saram are also added here as supplement to Nul-Tirattu.
Quote from Bhagavan
The realisation of truth is the same for both Indians and Europeans. Admittedly the way to it may be harder for those who are engrossed in worldly life, but even then one can and must conquer.