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On number of occasions Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi spoke in detail on Tiruvaachakam and its author Saint Manikkavaachakar. He encouraged the recitation of Tiruvaachakam as part of Sadhana for those interested.

Sri Ribhu Gitai

In the early days of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi’s residence on the holy Arunachala Mountain, his disciples would gather and recite before him, often late into the night, the Ribhu Gitai.

Sri Ramanasramam Tamil Parayanam

Devotees have rendered the parayanam of Sri Ramana Maharshi’s poetic works, his translations of advaitic works, and other songs in praise of Him which are chanted from Monday to Saturday at the Ashram.

Nul Tirattu

The Collected Works of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi (Sri Ramana Nul-Tirattu – Tamil) has a unique place in the life of all Ramana devotees.

Maha Bhakta Vijayam

Maha Bhakta Vijayam which is bigger than the Mahabharatam and Ramayanam, was first written in Hindustani language in the year 1630 A.D. by Nabaji Siddha deemed an incarnation of Lord Brahma. It contained the life stories of 700 devotees an was named ‘Bhakta Sara’.

Fifteen-Day Tamil Parayanam

By the late 1940s, the poetical works of Sri Bhagavan were added to the Ashram repertoire which included works of other saints and devotees forming a fifteen-day cycle starting and ending with Thevaram.

Annamalai Venba

Of the many saints and sages of Tiruvannamalai Guru Namasivayar and his guru, Guhai Namasivayar are widely known in the Tamil land. Annamalai Venba in Tamil of the former was one among the traditional works referred to by Bhagavan Ramana.

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