Suri Nagamma

by Joan Greenblatt

Life-experiences are often fraught with countless complications and "apparent" difficulties. Yet, such experience can also serve as "leaps into the Infinite." This point is beautifully demonstrated in the life of a simple Indian woman named Suri Nagamma. Some people reading this article may be familiar with her book, Letters from Sri Ramanasramam, a profound collection of letters written to her brother during the time she lived at the Ashram of Sri Ramana Maharshi. Compiled in the 1940s, this book represents the poetic and heartfelt accounts of life with one of the twentieth . . .


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