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Rare Books Beloved by Ramana Maharshi

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Although many devotees were quite satisfied to sit in the Old Hall and bask in the Maharshi’s presence, others felt the need for further study to advance their understanding. To these individuals, Ramana suggested two books.
The first, Lamp of Non Dual Knowledge, reveals how the indirect knowledge gained by hearing Truth puts an end to the idea that ‘It does not exist’ and
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Kindle Edition, 269 pages
Published January 2nd 2012 by Summa Iru Specialty Publishing
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Sundarraj Kaushik
Jan 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A very nice book. Has a collection of philosophical treatise from Hindu Philosophy. One of the books is Tripura Rahasya. This is the largest book in the set of books. The others being Advaita Bodha Deepika, and Siddha Gita.

All of them are good, but Tripura Rahasya is the best of the lot. Read it and get peace of mind and if you are good enough "Get Enlightened".
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