7 replies

  1. i think you have changed the previous system of getting this site immediately on opening. it is because it keeps changing its colours etc. i think. Paul Brunton has written volumes on Hindu philosophy and has made reference in probably vol. ii. there is an elaboration about paul brunton and periavas ultimately directing him to Ramana Maharishi.

  2. If anyone is wondering about the source of this conversation between Mahaperiyava and Paul Brunton… please check the book “A search in secret India”. There is much more in that book. Don’t miss!!

  3. Wonderful explanation for each and every question. Mahaswami often quotes the discussion between Sri Rama and Sri Hanuman when Sri Hanuman first met Sri Rama near Rishyamukha parvatha as the standard by which a person should speak even to a stranger – one can see such a wonderful ‘aptness’ in Mahaswami’s wordings in his answers.
    FYI – Mahaswaami has given the meaning of Gayatri mantra in the last part of the answer to the first question.
    ‘A light is there in your mind, that light will help you to get what you seek’. ( Gayatri mantra – ‘Diyoyonaha Prajothayaath’ ). Blessed is Paul Brunton’s birth to have had Gayatri mantra initiation from Mahaswami directly.

    Thanks and regards,
    P.Vijay

  4. mahesh it is good to see this bit of tamil version. there is a very old book shankara and shanmatha and also another book by paul brunton itself about mahaswami. Motilal Banarsi Das have published the entire work of Paul Bruntun and there is one volume which is already re released containing about his interview with mahaswami, his experience, and how mahaswami led him to ramana maharishi etc. it is a very old book but is not published again by them. n.ramaswami

  5. very nice interview. gifted to read this. thank u for such a posting

  6. Have heard about this interview. But could not get the full interview . Please try to post the full interview. Many thanks

  7. Radhe Krishna. Hara Hara Sankara, Jaya Jaya Sankara. Hara Hara Sankara, Jaya Jaya Sankara. Hara Hara Sankara, Jaya Haya Sankara. Hara Hara Sankara, Jaya Jaya Sankara.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: