CONTENTS


PART ONE
1. ORIGINAL WORKS
1.1. PROSE
1.1.1. Self-enquiry
1.1.2. Who am I?
1.1.3. Spiritual Instruction
1.1.3.1. INSTRUCTION
1.1.3.2. PRACTICE
1.1.3.3. EXPERIENCE
1.1.3.4. ATTAINMENT
1.2. POEMS
1.2.1. Five Hymns to Arunachala
1.2.1.1. The Marital Garland of Letters
1.2.1.2. The Necklet of Nine Gems
1.2.1.3. Eleven Verses to Sri Arunachala
1.2.1.4. Eight Stanzas to Sri Arunachala
1.2.1.5. Five Stanzas to Sri Arunachala
1.2.2. The Essence of Instruction
1.2.3. Reality in Forty Verses
1.2.3.1. Reality in Forty Verses: Supplement
1.2.4. Five Verses on the Self
1.2.5. Miscellaneous Verses
1.2.5.1. The Song of the Poppadum
1.2.5.2. Self-Knowledge
1.2.5.3. Verses on the Celebration of
1.2.5.4. Complaint of the Stomach
1.2.5.5. Nine Stray Verses
1.2.5.6. Apology to Hornets
1.2.5.7. Reply to the Mother
1.2.5.8. For the Mother's Recovery
1.2.5.9. Arunachala Ramana
1.2.5.10. The Self in the Heart
1.2.6. Occasional Verses
1.2.6.1. Tiruchuzhi
1.2.6.2. Hara and Uma
1.2.6.3. Hometown and Parents
1.2.6.4. Marks of Muruga
1.2.6.5. On Subrahmanya
1.2.6.6. Virupaksha Cave
1.2.6.7. The Cow Lakshmi
1.2.6.8. Ganesa
1.2.6.9. Vishnu
1.2.6.10. Dipavali
1.2.6.11. Miracle of Dakshinamurti
1.2.6.12. Silence
PART TWO
2. ADAPTATIONS AND TRANSLATIONS
2.1. The Song Celestial
2.2. Translations from the Agamas
2.2.1. Atma Sakshatkara
2.2.2. Devikalottara
2.3. Translations from Shankaracharya
2.3.1. Dakshinamurti Stotra
2.3.2. Shankaracharya's Hymn to Dakshinamurti
2.3.3. Guru Stuti
2.3.4. Hastamalaka Stotra
2.3.5. Atma Bodha
2.3.6. Vivekachudamani
2.3.7. Drik Drisya Viveka
2.4. Other Translations
2.4.1. Vichara Mani Mala
2.4.2. From the Srimad Bhagavatam and Rama Gita
2.4.3. Who is Hara
2.4.4. Ramana Ashtottara Satanamastotra
2.4.5. The Heart and the Brain
2.4.6. Na Karmana
3. Appendix
3.1. Genesis of Introduction to the Collected Works
3.2. T. K. Sundaresa Iyer's Preface
3.3. GLOSSARY
3.4. Index
3.5. Notes on Pronunciation
Preface