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Sri Ramana Maharshi, Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, and Sri Atmananda Krishna Menon are by many thought to be the three great Indian Advaita Vedanta teachers and gurus of the 20th century.
Sri Ramana Maharshi (who’s birth name was Venkataraman Iyer), also known as Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, Bhagwan Ramana Maharshi or Shri Ramana Maharishi was born in India in 1879 and died in 1950.
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Most of his life he lived in Tiruvannamalai (Tamil Nadu, India) on or near the Arunachala mountain and later in life in the Sri Ramana Ashram. His teachings were characterized by silence, stillness, Satsang, sitting at the Master’s feet, and answering the questions of those who visited him.
Further below in this post you’ll find an overview of websites and blogs that are dedicated to Ramana Maharshi and his teachings. Mind that there’s written an enormous amount about Ramana Maharshi and his life, but I’ve chosen only to mention those sites that are fully i.e. (or almost) exclusively dedicated to his work.
On the sites below you’ll find discussions and interpretations of Ramana’s teachings, translations and/or downloads of the books that were compiled around his talks or answers, satsang groups, musings on Arunachala mountain and Tiruvannamalai, info on Ramana Maharshi ashrams, among other things.
Some of the notable endeavors are the works of the Ramana Maharshi Ashram in Tiruvannamalai (Sri Ramanasramam), Arthur Osborne, David Godman, and Michael James (Happiness of Being) of which you’ll find references here below in the overview.
Ramana Maharshi Blogs and Websites
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Arthur Osborne (1906 - 1970) was an English writer on spirituality and mysticism, and an influential disciple and biographer of Ramana Maharshi
Although he has no website of his own or one dedicated to him, he's mentioned here as a reference so that you can become knowledgeable of his work on and for Advaita and Ramana Maharshi.
Arunachala and Sri Ramana Maharshi | David Godman
VISIT WEBSITE(S)COUNTRIES Canada, USA (United States)PLACES Nova Scotia, Bridgetown, New York (State), New York City
Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi
This website is a sacred collection of small acts of devotion to the beloved Bhagwan Ramana Maharishi.
David Godman | Sri Ramana Maharshi – His Life, His Teachings and His Devotees
VISIT WEBSITE(S)COUNTRIES Australia, UK (United Kingdom)PLACES England
David Godman uses this site as a platform to display written and filmed material he has produced on Sri Ramana Maharshi, his teachings and his devotees.
He has also included a substantial amount of material on Arunachala and Tamil saints who were either associated with the mountain, or who were favorably spoken about by Sri Ramana.
Happiness of Being: The Teachings of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi
Articles Discussing the Philosophy and Practice of the Spiritual Teachings of Bhagavan Sri Ramana.
Living in the Embrace of Arunachala
VISIT WEBSITE(S)COUNTRIES Mexico
Luthar.com on Ramana Maharshi
Om Namo Bhagavan Sri Ramanaya
Ramana Maharshi Blog
Ramana Maharshi Centre for Learning
VISIT WEBSITE(S)COUNTRIES IndiaPLACES Bangalore, Karnataka
Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK
VISIT WEBSITE(S)COUNTRIES UK (United Kingdom)PLACES England, London
The Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK provides a focal point for devotees of Sri Ramana Maharshi in the United Kingdom as well as for visitors from overseas.
Ramana Maharshi on Weebly
Sage Sri Ramana Maharishi
VISIT WEBSITE(S)COUNTRIES AustraliaPLACES New South Wales (Australia), Melbourne, Sydney, Victoria
Society of Abidance in Truth
VISIT WEBSITE(S)COUNTRIES USA (United States)PLACES California, Santa Cruz (CA)
Sri Ramana Maharshi
Sri Ramana Maharshi Heritage
VISIT WEBSITE(S)COUNTRIES USA (United States)PLACES Fremont, California
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This is the official website of the Sri Ramana Maharshi Ashram in Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu, India. It contains info about the ashram, Sri Ramana Maharshi, his teachings, Arunachala Hill, Satsang, and more.
Talks with Ramana Maharshi
The Association of Happiness for All Mankind (AHAM)
VISIT WEBSITE(S)COUNTRIES USA (United States)PLACES Asheboro, North Carolina