Sri Ramana Maharshi's Teachings
Who Am I?
Arunachala Shiva is a profound homage to the spiritual greatness of Bhagavan
Sri Ramana Maharshi who is one of India’s most well-known Sages. Included
in this book is his famous text, Who Am I? (Nan Yar) in which he declares
that Self-enquiry is the most direct route to Self-realisation.
Arunachala Shiva paints an intimate picture of Sri Ramana’s life,
taking us behind the scenes to moments with his closest disciples. The
shocking yet compelling commentaries offer new and unexpected insights
into his teachings, challenging entrenched ideas and assisting a final
realisation. The unique nature of these interviews is revealed in the
DVD Preview and in the 100 photographs.
own Self-realisation is the greatest service
you can offer to the
Sri Ramana Maharshi
Godman has lived at Arunachala
for thirty years,
on Sri Ramana. He is the author of many
books on Sri Ramana
and his close disciples, most notably Be As You Are.
James Swartz an American Vedanta teacher and author, visits Arunachala
every year. His latest book, How to Attain Enlightenment, highlights
the Vedanta approach to liberation.
Premananda is an English spiritual
teacher with twenty years experience
of Self-enquiry. He has held an annual
retreat at Arunachala for the
years. He is the author of several books
The beauty and fascination of Sri Ramana Maharshi and his
Teachings are reflected in the high quality, carefully designed hardcover
• 36 colour art pages with 100 photographs
of Ramana Maharshi, Arunachala and surroundings.
• Map of Arunachala and surroundings including information about the places
Sri Ramana lived. This map is a useful tool for all those wishing to visit
the holy mountain Arunachala, and for those interested in a detailed picture
of Sri Ramana’s life.
• DVD Preview containing Film Preview for Arunachala Shiva, the DVD Film
of this book and photographs including Sri Ramana’s portrait, pictures
of Ramana Ashram and Arunachala.
ISBN 978-0-9555730-6-4, Hardcover
The Film expresses the important aspects of Sri Ramana’s life and teachings. It presents the
highlights of the thought provoking commentaries from David Godman,
James Swartz and Premananda on Sri Ramana’s most important
written works. The film contains archive material of Sri Ramana,
film of the Ramana Ashram and of course, beautiful footage of Arunachala.
• Film length 75 min.
• Subtitles in German, Russian, Danish, French, Dutch, Spanish.
• Bonus material: Commentator's life stories (40 min.), high quality