Balamurgan Swami is a realized saint living in Tiruvannamalai.
Sri Ramanacharanatirtha Nochur Venkataraman is an Acharya of Vedānta sampradāya. Nochurji has spoken and taught extensively about Advaita and Ramana Maharshi's teachings. Nochurji's words and YouTube talks played a major role in bringing me to Arunachala, Tiruvannamalai, and am eternally grateful to him. He speaks primarily in Tamil and Malayalam but has been also giving … Continue reading Sri Nochur Venkataraman- All English Talks
Firstly, I am no authority on this subject. There are several Jnanis who have spoken about self-inquiry (in silence or through words) and I don’t know if one more voice is required but just for my joy of sharing whatever little I’ve learned, I feel inspired to pen this down. Humble pranaams to Sri Ramana … Continue reading Ramana Maharshi and the self-inquiry technique, “Who am I?”
"Writings from Arunachala" is a collection of stories, reflections, illustrations and photographs by devotees of the sacred mountain Arunachala in Tiruvannamalai (read Tiruvannamalai Travel Guide). The mountain is considered to be the physical manifestation of Lord Shiva and popular sages like Sri Ramana Maharshi have meditated on the mountain for decades since time immemorial! This … Continue reading Writings from Arunachala, Tiruvannamalai
Tiruvannamalai is considered to be the spiritual heart centre of the world by Ramana Maharshi and devotees of Shiva. This is a modern day travel guide to this ancient temple town.
A lot of wise men and women have realised some phenomenal aspects of work, what do they have to say? Thanks to the folks at MelbourneChapter.net for this beautiful rendition of a meditating saint “When the work is done, and one’s name is becoming distinguished, to withdraw into obscurity is the way of Heaven.”Lao Tzu … Continue reading The wise folks on work