Ramana Maharshi (Bhagavan) is widely considered to be the champion of 20th Century Advaita, a great Jnani Yogi, a Satguru, a living example of enlightenment and a mild-mannered teacher. Myths about Ramana are used to support untruths about enlightenment. In time these will be directly addressed."
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Ramana Maharshi

Ramana Maharshi (Bhagavan) is widely considered to be the champion of 20th Century Advaita, a great Jnani Yogi, a Satguru, a living example of enlightenment and a mild-mannered teacher. He is the honary Grand-Daddy for many Western Advaita Satsang teachers in the Papaji lineage, like Gangaji, Arjuna Nick Ardagh, Neelam and others like Ramesh Balsekar, Douglas Harding, Mikaire and A Ramana.

Ramana enlightened without any known teacher at the age of 17 after role-playing his own death and practising Self Enquiry i.e. seeking an experential answer to the question "Who am I?". He took refuge in the holy mountain Arunachala in Tiruvanamalai. Years later, his late mother Mahasamadhi (shrine) was built and an ashram was founded.

Myths about Ramana are used to support untruths about enlightenment. In time these will be directly addressed.