Sri Ramana Maharshi’s Moksha is a new interdisciplinary Hindu astrological work in the spiritual spheres of Dharma and Moksha – exemplified through the life and Moksha of Sri Ramana Maharshi.
The book throws new light on the nature of Moksha, the necessary and sufficient conditions forits occurrence, and also on the very process of the Maharshi’s Moksha itself. For these reasons,the work is also bound to stand out as an important contribution to the growing corpus of ‘Ramana Literature’ in the world. Astrologers and seekers alike travelling on diverse paths will find in this book astonishing new insights, which will enable them to see ‘order’, for the first time, in the field of their enigmatic spiritual lives; a field wherein they would have seen previously no definitive pattern of spiritual destiny at all – but only a seething confusion of disillusionment and belied hopes.
Dr. Sankara Bhagavadpada’s credentials as a researcher in theoretical nuclear physics (1972-1982) as well as his ensuing years of selfless service (1983-2000) as an acharya in the spiritual mission of his Master Sri Sri Bhagavan, have profoundly impressed themselves upon this work, in the form of a systematic incisive enquiry as well as an intimate familiarity and understanding of the spiritual life.
In January 2007, The Systems Institute of Hindu Astrology, founded by the renowned Vedic astrologer Prof V. K. Choudhry, conferred upon the author the honorary title of Jyotish Ratan in recognition of his contribution to Hindu astrology.
The author’s unwavering devotion to the teachings of his four Spiritual Masters: Sri Ramana Maharshi, Sri Sri Bhagavan, Sri J. Krishnamurti and Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, has certainly imbued the work with a spiritual intensity that is devoid of all narrowness.
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