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Sri Ramakrishna: Love that Knows No Limits

 
M. Sivaramkrishna (Author) Spiritual Masters
Synopsis

Sri Ramakrishna is one of the greatest spiritualmasters to have lived on this earth. The God-man ofnineteenth-century India did not found any cult, nor did he show anew path to salvation. His message was his God-consciousness. Atruly divine, God-realised soul, SriRamakrishna’s life demonstrated the meaning ofspirituality and the harmony of all religions.

In this pithily written and delightfully evocative book, theauthor brings out the endearing simplicity and catholicity of SriRamakrishna. The Master is not one of those serious, formidablefigures of dry religiosity. Indeed, SriRamakrishna’s life is a mart of joy and dipped inirresistible humour. Sri Ramakrishna illustrates the exquisite artof living; a radiant love without limit suffuses his being andfills ours. This book provides fresh insights into the life andteachings of Sri Ramakrishna and is a valuable addition to theexisting literature on the Great Master.

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About the author

M. Sivaramkrishna

Professor M. Sivaramkrishna, former Head, Department of English, Osmania University, Hyderabad, has been closely associated with the movement of Ramakrishna-Sarada-Vivekananda Vedanta, since his childhood. He was initiated at the age of eighteen, during the birth centenary of Sri Saradda Devi in 1953. In the last fifty years, he has written many books and articles on the movement and the Holy Mother which have been published nationally and internationally. The present volume coincides with the 150th Birth Anniversary of Sri Sarada Devi.

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Bibliographic information

Title Sri Ramakrishna: Love that Knows No Limits
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2012
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Indus Source Books
Language: English
isbn 9788188569236
length ix+281p., 22cm.