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The Teachings of Ramana Maharshi Paperback – August 1, 1996
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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. Thirty years after Osborne's death, his autobiography was discovered among his papers and published by Ramanasramam.
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This Version is great in many ways. It really cuts to the Heart of His Teaching. The Q & A format that is easy to follow. Mr. Osbourne actually spent time with Ramana.
It is neither too short in length, nor too long.. in that it prevents having duplicate or very similar questions and answers.
Organization of the subject matter is very smart.
After reading This at home, and "Be as You Are": 'The Teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi' at my office... I have found that these two books have many of the same Questions and Answers.
This one has less pages but it has enough content.
Less is More in this case and both books are close enough to the same price to make this the better choice.
These two are not biographies nor someone re hashing His Teachings and Outlook; just straight talk.
Osborn's introduction is much clearer and concise; the flow is also greatly enhanced. Font size and type are superior.
Overall, This book is of much higher quality than the Penguin type paperback of 'Be as You Are'. Nice thick acid free paper etc..
You can not go wrong with either, but... It feels good everytime I pick this one up.