Ramana Maharshi is one of India's modern day rishis, a divinely illumined soul.
Paramahansa Yogananda once made a pilgrimage to the holy hill of Arunachala near Tiruvannamalai to meet Sri Ramana Maharshi. Of that visit Yogananda said, "At his ashram the sage welcomed us affectionately and pointed to a nearby stack of East-West magazines. During the hours that we spent with him and his disciples, he was mostly silent, his gentle face radiating divine love and wisdom. To help suffering humanity regain its forgotten state of Perfection, Sri Ramana teaches that one should constantly ask himself: "Who am I?" - the Great Inquiry indeed."
Published by the famous Amar Chitra Katha of India, these illustrated classics are endearing to both children and adults.