ThemeBhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, the sage of Arunachala, gave a simple but direct path of self-inquiry (Who Am I?) to discover one's true Self and abide in it.

Ramana Maharshi's teaching rooted in Advaita Vedanta expounded by Sri Adishankara has got a charm of it own, wherein the seeker is guided to seek his own source without getting caught in the web of philosophical jargons and religious dogmas. Though it is unique in nature, it still accommodates in spirit, devotion to the Lord, selfless service to the beings around and performance of one's own duties. 

Sri Arunachala Ramana Atma Vidya Mandir is to teach and guide the seekers in Bhagawan's path of self inquiry based on Sri Adishankara's Advaita Philosophy.

It would be a Tapovana for the seekers wanting to practise austerities and an abode of bliss for the devotees who want to worship the holy hill Arunachala‚Ķ 

Apart from imparting knowledge to the seekers, it would also help the youth to discover their potential; imbibe right values in children and cater to the welfare of the villagers around the area. Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda, an unparalleled visionary and a great exponent of Advaita Vedanta in modern time is the inspiration behind this effort.

Thought for The Day

There is nothing lost or wasted in this life.

- Bhagavad Gita

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