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Saturday, 19 August 2017

Brazilian books - Nisargadatta Maharaj - Portuguese

Nisargadatta Maharaj is undoubtedly the Ultimate Alchemist and his non-dual teachings, the Ultimate Alchemy. This book is a live satsang with Satguru Sri NisargadattaMaharaj, covering rare and unpublished conversations with Sri NisargadattaMaharaj which have been transcribed by his ‘evening’ translator, Mohan Gaitonde, who had the privilege of being with Him from 1979 to 1981.

The flavour of these talks is heightened by the fact that Mr Gaitonde, being well-versed with Marathi, the language Maharaj spoke, is able to convey all the subtle nuances of Maharaj’s potent words of wisdom. The precious conversations in this book act as a divine catalyst for all those who are eager to leave the banks of miserable seeking and intellectual understanding, and realize the ever-flowing river of Understanding of Who You Are!

If you have not yet transcended the shackles of read and heard knowledge, these intuitive utterances of Nisargadatta will surely help restore the Eternal Ease. In talk after talk, He reminds the readers about their forgotten Richness!  Welcome to the final leap into Nisargadatta’s quintessential teachings. If you are waiting for Everything but also ready for Nothing, this book is the perfect touchstone.  Nothing is Everything is indeed NisargadattaMaharaj’s ultimate blessing for the ardent seekers.

With 3 Picture Cards of Maharaj for your Altar-Shrine.

Thirteen days after the great Advaita sage Nisargadatta Maharaj took ‘Mahasamadhi’ in 1981, S. K. Mullarpattan, his beloved disciple and longest-serving English interpreter, gave a momentous speech at the condolence meet. In moving words, he recounted incidents from the last days of Maharaj, and the indelible impact the great sage left upon anyone who came into contact with him.

To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Maharaj’s ‘Mahasamadhi’, we bring you the evocative speech made by Mullarpattan. One that recreates the magnetism of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj; the dramatic turn events took during this time; the loving and attentive care which his family and followers always provided; and, above all, Maharaj’s own detached attitude towards his final days, till he breathed his last.
Accompanying this Commemorative Booklet are 6 rare Picture Cards which you may place in your altar-shrine. They capture Nisargadatta Maharaj in various moods for his loving disciples and followers, the world over.

Talks With Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj - Audio CD
This Audio CD contains recordings of talks with Advaita sage Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj in the year 1980. These talks, which were originally on audio tapes, are on-the-spot recordings of live satsangs and not recordings done in a sound studio. Therefore, the quality is not quite up to the mark. Nevertheless, we have tried to clean them technically to the best extent possible. Please note that Maharaj spoke in Marathi, after which the interpreter translated his words into English. The questions raised by the seeker are not clearly audible, as there was no mike provided to the seeker at that time.


“When I see I am nothing, that is wisdom. When I see I am everything, that is love. My life is a movement between these two.”
– Nisargadatta Maharaj

From a humble room in a chawl at Khetwadi in Girgaum, Mumbai, Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj’s (1897-1981) Teaching reached out to spiritual seekers in India and across the globe with the publication of I Am That, the 1973 English translation of his talks in Marathi, by Maurice Frydman. He started taking disciples in 1951, only after a personal revelation from his guru Sri Siddharameshwar Maharaj. Nisargadatta Maharaj, with his direct and minimalistic explanation of Non-duality, is considered one of the foremost exponents of Advaita. After he stopped going to his shop in 1966, Maharaj continued to receive and teach visitors in his home, giving discourses twice a day, until his death at the age of eighty-four years.

Many spiritual luminaries and well-known writers have acknowledged the impact his words have had on their lives. Among those who have come together to pay homage to him here are: Swami Tejomayananda, Alan Jacobs, Pujya Gurudevshri Rakeshbhai, Gangaji, Jack Kornfield, Stephen Wolinsky, Mooji and Master Charles Cannon. Others have graciously shared their collection of Maharaj’s photographs with you in this pictorial tribute.

This collection of the timeless teachings of one of the greatest sages of India, Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, is a testament to the uniqueness of the seer's life and work and is regarded by many as a modern spiritual classic. I Am That (first published in 1973) continues to draw new audiences and to enlighten seekers anxious for self-realization. Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj was a teacher who did not propound any ideology or religion, but gently unwrapped the mystery of the self. His message was simple, direct, and sublime. I Am That preserves his dialogs with the followers who came from around the world seeking guidance in destroying false identities. The sage's sole concern was with the human suffering and the ending of suffering. It was his mission to guide the individual to an understanding of his true nature and the timelessness of being. He taught that the mind must recognize and penetrate its own state of being--not "being this or that, here or there, then or now," but just timeless being. A simple man, Maharaj was a householder and petty storekeeper in Bombay where he lived and died in 1981 at the age of 84. He had not been educated formally but came to be respected and loved for his insights into the crux of human pain and for the extraordinary lucidity of his direct disclosure. Hundreds of diverse seekers traveled the globe and sought him out in his unpretentious home in Bombay (now Mumbai) to hear him. To all of them, he gave hope that "beyond the real experience is not the mind, but the self, the light in which everything appears ... the awareness in which everything happens." In the humble abode of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, but for the electric lights and the noises of the street traffic, one would not know in which period of human history one dwells. There is an atmosphere of timelessness about his tiny room; the subjects discussed are timeless -- valid for all times; the way they are expounded and examined is also timeless; the centuries, millennia and yugas fall off and one deals with matters immensely ancient and eternally new. The discussions held and teachings given would have been the same ten thousand years ago and will be the same ten thousand years hence. There will always be conscious beings wondering about the fact of their being conscious and enquiring into its cause and aim. Whence am I? Who am I? Whither am I? Such questions have no beginning and no end. And it is crucial to know the answers, for without a full understanding of oneself, both in time and in timelessness, life is but a dream, imposed on us by powers we do not know, for purposes we cannot grasp. I Am That is a legacy from a unique teacher who helps the reader to a clearer understanding of himself as he comes to Maharaj with the age-old question, "Who am I?" Seekers were never turned away from the humble abode of Maharaj during his life and can still find their answers to this timeless question in the pages of this book today.

Recently, some long-forgotten tapes of Nisargadatta Maharaj’s talks were unearthed from the archives of S. K. Mullarpattan, Maharaj’s interpreter for the longest time. These tapes contained recordings of some of Maharaj’s talks with seekers, held during the last two years of his life.

They capture afresh the essence and flavour of the teachings of this world-renowned Master of Advaita – the Hindu philosophy of Non-duality. These dialogues find a new relevance for our times. For, in one of these talks, Maharaj made a special reference to his earlier book I Am That and said, “That book and whatever was expounded at that time was only relevant for that period.I am speaking differently today. As a matter of fact, this should also have been recorded andpublished as it is in greater detail, and is emphasizing different aspects.”

More than 25 years later, that wish of Nisargadatta Maharaj is being fulfilled with the publication of these talks in Beyond Freedom. This is a book all devotees of Maharaj will want to read with ardent fervour and enthusiasm

Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj (1897-1981), a revered master of the Tantric Nath lineage, is an inspiring example of an ordinary family man who attained complete realization of the Infinite. Living the absolute nonduality of Being in every moment, he taught that true freedom is a possibility open to every one of us. He drew disciples from all over the world to his humble loft in the tenements of Bombay. Even on the written page, Nisargdatta’s words carry a special potency. They subtly push us beyond the ego to our original, pristine and blissful Self, to the rediscovery of Oneness and authentic liberation in our Source.

by Ramesh S. Balsekar (Author) Sudhakar S. Dikshit (Editor)
[Excerpt from Preface] I had no intention of writing a book on the teaching of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. The material that appears in this volume emerged spontaneously, dictated, in a fine frenzy that surcharged my being, by a compulsive power that could not be denied. There was no alternative but to write, to reduce to a verbal level the abstract comprehension of the Master s words. Actually it was more like listening than writing though my pen apparently formed words and sentences on the paper before me. When the first piece, now a chapter in this book, was written, I found that my tfioughts were running way ahead of the writing. And what I wrote was put away in a folder without even being read over again; I did not then expect that there would be more of such writing let alone as many as fifty-odd pieces. Each time there would be this feeling of compulsion to put in writing a particular topic which Maharaj might have dealt with; and each time the article was put away in the folder without being revised or even read over. When about fifteen articles had been so collected, a friend of mine, Keki Bunshah of Hong Kong, an ardent fellow devotee, happened to call at my residence. While we were discussing a particular point, I happened to mention that some writmg had come about on that very subject only the previous day.

Original book published on the 8th day of April 1963, the 66th birthday of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj.
Adaptation by: Prof. Vasudeo Madhav Kulkarni, M.A.

Talks With Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. Original book published in France in 1983.


A recently produced first biographical film on Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. The first part of the film is a narrated biography of Sri Nisargadatta, the second part consists of interviews and talks with Indian and Western devotees, many of whom knew Nisargadatta but have never appeared on film before. An interesting and very beautifully produced film with a strongly Indian aesthetic.

From Neti Neti Media

"I Am That" on video! Be in the presence of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj for 90 minutes, with a full intimate video that captures his expressions, his gestures, his voice, and the depths of wisdom in his eyes. With The Lost Satsang, you will experience the power of Maharaj’s transmission as he covers most of the core essence of his teachings.

This rare archival footage was recorded by unknown contributors and brought forth by S.K. Mullarpattan, who was Maharaj’s primary translator from 1976 to 1981. Contained in this video are one and a half hours of questions and responses taking place between Maharaj and some of his devotees. Throughout The Lost Satsang, the camera stays on Maharaj even when questions are asked providing us with a chance to observe his expressions for most of the time. To accurately translate this important historical document, three different translators offered their services. The Lost Satsang is fully subtitled in English while the original video material has not been edited.


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Wednesday, 30 March 2016

The Blissful Life - As realized through the teachings of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

Robert Powell reveals to us a particular version of ancient Eastern philosophy-religion through his selection of aphorisms of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj translated from Marathi. In these aphorisms, he captures and summarizes the wisdom of India epitomized in advaita as philosophy and practiced in everyday life as a blissful religion.

This book attempts to distill the essence of the teachings of Maharaj from the available information and present the result in terms that are readily intelligible and do not require any specialized religious or philosophical knowledge or aptitude.

A considerable part of what has been recorded of Maharaj’s teaching is contained in the monumental work I am That, a collection of conversations with Maharaj, translated from tape recordings in the original Marathi language by Maurice Frydman. The latter was a brilliant Polish electrical engineer and inventor who spent about half a century in India, where he immersed himself in the ancient teaching of advaita. Just as Paul Brunton discovered and introduced to the West that other great Indian sage, Sri Ramana Maharshi, so Frydman was the first to translate and make known to a wide audience Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. The world owes a debt of gratitude to Frydman, for without his initiative and untiring efforts this treasure would not have been available.

Sunday, 19 July 2015

Explorations into the Eternal : Forays into the Teaching of Nisargadatta Maharaj

Ramesh S. Balsekar, in this volume, reaches beyond the communication of past knowledge to a creative exploration of the teachings of Nisargadatta Maharaj, inspired by the thirst of other seekers for enlightenment. In his contemplations upon the sentience of the human spirit, Balsekar has used Maharaj's wisdom as the touchstone for his own ventures into the realm of conscious and unconscious. This book forms the third work in Balsekar's trilogy which has been aimed at fulfilling Maharaj's personal enjoinder to "write and talk about my teaching". In the earlier volumes he offered insights into the teachings (Pointers from Nisargadatta Maharaj), and textual applications (a close examination of Saint Jnaneshwar's "Amritanubhava" in Experience of Immortality. These well-received scholarly writings established Balsekar as an authentic interpreter of Maharaj.

Balsekar at the last appears as the true messenger himself - daring to articulate the riddles of life-acceptance and "true seeing" which have emerged from his own internal reflections. With a new vigor in his approach and a reverence for the classics, he has become his Master's most apt spokesman: a philosophical devotee and a peerless stylist. Through Balsekar's intellectual journeys, the reader will come to experience again the gifts and greatness of Nisargadatta Maharaj's immortal work, I AM THAT. Widely acclaimed during his visits to the other countries in recent years, Balsekar's lectures have won for him a responsive audience.

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Monday, 13 July 2015

The Unborn Nisargadatta - Pradeep Apte

Words from the author :
After the release of The Nisargadatta Gita in Feb 2008 most of my time was devoted to the Sadhana (Practice) as prescribed by Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. In this period I came across several Marathi books on his teachings. After studying these books and meditating on hisMarathi words I found them to be more powerful and hard hitting than those in the English books. Most of the effect is lost or diluted in the English translations, and I am quite aware that this is likely to happen with The Unborn Nisargadatta as well. Yet for the benefit of those who do not know Marathi I created the The Unborn Nisargadatta from a translation of my original notes in Marathi. Every verse in this book has been either written by me or are Maharajs words as such or slightly modified to maintain the ‘I am Unborn’ theme. The ‘I am’ was the main them of The Nisargadatta Gita while ‘I am Unborn’ is the main theme of The Unborn Nisargadatta.The contents of The Unborn Nisargadatta are more of a revelation than just a book.With great love and a deep sense of gratitude I wish to thank Waldo Thompson for helping out in the creation of this book. His clear understanding of the subject and reverential approach that was evident while working on The Nisargadatta Gita continues in The Unborn as well.

Pradeep Apte
02 May 2015

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Table of Contents
I. Guru /Satguru verses 1 to 43
II. Sadhana (Practice) verses 44 to 69
III. I am Unborn verses 70 to 188
IV. Satguru verses 189 to 206

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The words you are about to read have the potential to take you to the highestpossible level of your being. At this level everything is apparently the same except that you wouldn’t be there. Any descriptions of this level are well-nigh impossible; all that I can say is that you disappear! Are you prepared to disappear? If not then don’t read these words. All those who have gone to the depths of spirituality are likely to find these words useful. Those completely engrossed in worldly ways and unconcerned about investigating the truth of their being are likely to find these words the ravings of a madman.

I. Guru/Satguru verses

1. I bow in reverence to the Unborn Satguru (Great Master) Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj for imparting to me his entire teaching in three words "I Am Unborn". It is the 'third eye' of knowledge that I received from him that made possible the writing of this work.
2. After having pondered over the four Mahavakyas (Great sayings), ‘Tat Tvam Asi’(That Thou Art), ‘Aham Brahmasmi’ (I Am Brahma), ‘Ayam Atma Brahma’ (ThisSelf is Brahma) and ‘Prajnanam Brahma’ (This Intelligence is Brahma), ‘I AmUnborn’ came as the fifth from the Satguru that put an end to everything.
3. It is the last birth for him who reads these words that are to follow and not 'only read' but also lives by them.
4. He who derives any hopes or expectations from his memories based on the body,mind and intellect should not continue reading.
5. He who reads what has to follow should not be himself after it is over. He should disappear! If that doesn't happen he has not actually followed what he has read.
6. He who has never met a born guru for him the Unborn Satguru is ever available at all times. In fact the Unborn is all there is, nothing else. The Unborn appears to be speaking through the born.
7. The born guru appears to be leading us to the Satguru but later it’s realized that it is the other way around. Both appeared to be two but are actually one, the Unborn Satguru.
8. To begin with the guru tells us to remain focused on our sense of ‘being’, ‘presence’ or the feeling ‘I am’ when it is absolutely pure.
9. The ‘I am’, when it is the purest, is caught in two ways. The first is the
childhood recollection method, say around the age of three when you for the first come to know that ‘you are’.
10. For those who are unable to recollect the childhood, the second method is to catch the ‘I am’ as soon as you wake up in the morning.
11. In both cases the feeling ‘I am’ is nascent, pure, without words and without any add-ons on it, such as I am so-and-so and the rest. Above all it appears quite spontaneously and effortlessly.
12. Actually these are just ways of understanding the feeling ‘I am’ when it is the purest or uncontaminated. Once understood, all that has to be done is to meditate, remain focused or just abide in the ‘I am’.
13. I did exactly what the guru said and what happened was exactly as he had predicted - the ‘I am’ revealed its secret to me.
14. To grasp this secret, you must, at least theoretically, understand the nature of truth or reality, the quest of which all this is about.
15. Truth or reality never changes, no modifications are possible in it and it’s there forever, it’s eternal.
16. Truth or reality is indestructible, you cannot destroy it by any means or eliminate it, it’s immortal.
17. Truth or reality is self-evident, stands on its own and it’s not dependent on anything.
18. The whole investigation had been undertaken to understand the truth about myself, my existence, for which the guru had prescribed the abidance in the ‘I am’ as explained earlier.
19. Two perspectives of the ‘I am’ became quite clear to me by abiding in it. When the ‘I am’ identified with the body none of the criteria of truth applied to it, as it's changeable, destructible and dependent.
20. When the ‘I am’ did not identify with the body or was in it’s pure state, there were some resemblances to the truth.
21. The ‘I am’ remained unchanged, at least throughout a life-time. Deep down a desire for continuity or immortality was always there but it’s dependency on the body couldn’t be denied. Without the body the ‘I am’ is never sensed or felt.
22. After several iterations on these two perspectives, a final third hit me as a thunderbolt! And it came from a statement “I Am Unborn” made by the guru.
23. The guru had once said “You must come to a conclusion, I am unborn, I was unborn and I remain unborn”. Yes! That’s it, the secret of the ‘I am’ was revealed – it’s indeed Unborn!
24. When the guru says “Whatever I speak implies the unborn self. I am unborn, I am formless, devoid of any qualities, but to make the devotees realize this I have to come in touch with the body” it’s the Satguru speaking.
25. Time and again the guru has been saying “The unborn is never born”, “You are unborn, you have no birth or death” or “I came to know myself, therefore I am unborn”.
26. I am the proof that what has been said by the Satguru is the truth and the Satguru is the proof of the fact that I am Unborn.
27. It should be that I stand as evidence to the Satguru’s words and the Satguru stands as evidence to my resolve that I am Unborn.
28. To say that I am born is the fulfillment of birth and to say that I am Unborn is the fulfillment of the truth of my Self or my being.
29. The Unborn is always the Unborn. Whatever is seen or felt has never actually happened but just appears to be so.
30. I take refuge in the feet of the Satguru and then birth and death prove to be unreal. Thus whatever stems out of birth too proves to be unreal.
31. The conviction that I am Unborn is the grace of the Satguru. I believe myself to be as he says and his grace flows.
32. It was by the grace of the Satguru that his reality stood exposed and I came
know that I am actually the same as he is, the Unborn.
33. According to the orders of the Satguru I belong to the class of the nameless and formless one.
34. My mind and intellect did not have the courage or the ability to educate itself
as the Unborn, this came after I followed the orders of the Satguru.
35. According to the dictates of the Satguru I am the bodiless, formless Unborn with no deeds to be done and devoid of any birth or death.
36. Activities such as reading or doing different spiritual practices go on till your faith gets firmly established in the words ‘I am Unborn’ of the Satguru.
37. As said by the Satguru, once you recognize yourself as ‘I am Unborn’, thendeath holds no fear for you, rather it’s fun.
38. The greatest devotion in this world is having an absolute faith in the words ‘Iam Unborn’ of the Satguru.
39. Since I am obeying the words of the Satguru no more learning is required.
Accepting the fact ‘I am Unborn’ freed me from the clutches of time.
40. The greatest service I render to the Satguru is to always hold on to the fact ‘I am Unborn’ and live by this identity, memory and meditation.
41. The name given by the parents is an attainment of mortality, whereas the name ‘Unborn’ given by the Satguru is an attainment of immortality.
42. ‘I am Unborn’ is the firm belief imparted to me by the Satguru. What is the point in disbelieving him?
43. If you are devoted to the truth your life gets prolonged to the extent of
immortality, but if you use this prolonged life for fulfillment of bodily pleasures it
abruptly ends through disaster.

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Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Free Download e-Book - AtmaBodh - Gujarati translation of I AM THAT

Note from the publisher of e-Book:
I am glad to inform all Self-seekers from Gujarat area, as we are publishing the translation of well known spiritual classic book "I Am That" by Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj in Gujarati language.

Around 23 years ago Shri Mavji Savla and his friend Shri Jayram Thakkar, translated "SukhaSamvad" (Marathi translation of I Am That) from Marathi to Gujarati language and published on his own. Shri Mavji Savla met Sri Nisargadatta Maharj personally in Sri Maharaj's body presence.

Me and my friend Shri Kalpesh Chauhan was trying to publish I Am That in Gujarati language from last 6 months, and coincidentally Shri Nitin Shah contacted me 3 weeks ago, and mentioned that "I Am That" Gujarati translation is already available with Shri Mavji Savla. We both discussed with Shri Mavji Savla and immediately he gave us permission to publish e-Book for free downloading to all Gujarati Self-seekers.

We all feel that Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj's Grace - the universal consciousness has forced us to do this task for all Gujarati seekers. We are also thankful to Shri Satish Avhad (Sri Maharaj's disciple and senior devotee) who is one of publisher of "Sukhsamvad" (I Am That Marathi version) for giving us permission to publish this e-Book. We are trying to publish the remaining 2 parts as e-Book in future.

Sachin Kshirsagar

Free Download e-Book - AtmaBodh - Gujarati translation of I AM THAT - Part 1 & Part 2 - Location 1
Free Download e-Book - AtmaBodh - Gujarati translation of I AM THAT - Part 3 & Part 4 - Location 1
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Monday, 18 May 2015

Marathi Hindi books - Nisargadatta Maharaj - Siddharameshwar Maharaj

The publication in 1973 of I Am That, an English translation of his talks in Marathi by Maurice Frydman, brought him worldwide recognition and followers, especially from North America and Europe.

These books were compiled & edited as a service by Mr.Sachin Kshirsagar, a disciple of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, on his own.

Adhyatmadnyanacha Yogeshvar
Discourses of Siddhrameshvar Maharaj
Zen Publication
Edited By : H.H.Nisargadatta Maharaj
Compiled By : Shri M.D.Hate & Shri Sachin Kshirsagar

Marathi Translation of "Gleanings from Nisargadatta"
Original English Author : Mark West
Zen Publication
Translation & Edited By : Shri Sachin Kshirsagar

Shree Nisargadatta Maharaj
Single discourse on Consciousness and Pure Consciousness in Marathi language
Pages 14, 2nd Edition,April 2015.

Shree Nisargadatta Maharaj
Selected quotes in Marathi language from book of AtmaPrem
Pages 128, 1st Edition, July 2013.

Shree Nisargadatta Maharj
Selected quotes in Marathi language from book of "SukhaSamvad ( Marathi Version of "I Am That")
Pages 115, 1st Edition,Jan 2013.

Vivek Ki Nirupan
Shree Nisargadatta Maharaj
8 discourses in Marathi language
Pages 125, 2nd Edition, July 2014.

Nisargadatta Bodhwani
Shree Nisargadatta Maharaj
65 discourses in Marathi language
Pages 122, 1st Edition, March 2013.

AtmaDnyan ani ParmatmaYog
Shree Nisargadatta Maharaj
19 discourses in Marathi language (Marathi Version of Self Knowledge and Self Realization)
Pages 105, 2nd Edition, April 2013

Master of Self Realization
Shree Siddharameshvar Maharaj
130 discourses (English translation of "AdhyatmaDnyanacha Yogeshvar"
Pages 532, 2nd Edition, 2014

Marathi Version of "I Am That"
4th Edition, Sept.2012.

AdyatmaDnyanacha Yogeshwar
Sri SidhhaRameshvar Maharaj
130 discourses in Marathi language on Srimad Dasbodh, Dnyaneshwari, Eknathi Bhagwat etc.
Personally published by Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, Part 1 in year 1961 & Part 2 in year 1962.
Pages 306

Nisargadatta BodhaSudha
Selected quotes in Marathi language from the Marathi version of I Am That - "SukhaSamvad".
Compiled by Shri Shrikant Gogate in 1975
Pages 106

AtmaVishvas Ani BramhaDnyan
Two discourses with explanation of Meditation & Knowledge
Language  : Marathi 1st Edition, Pages 32
Edited & Complied by : Sachin Kshirsagar
Cost : No Cost, Available for free Distribution

366 selected quotes for 366 days in Marathi Language from Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
Complete Marathi Literature : Pages : 366, Cost : Rs.50.00
Edited & Complied by : Sachin Kshirsagar

135 Marathi Discourses on Srimad Dasbodh and other scriptures
Sri Sidhrameshvar Maharaj - Pages : 300

4 Discourses on Srimad Dasbodh : Pahave Aapanasi Aapan Ya Nav Dnyan
Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj - Pages : 48

मी आहे - श्री  निसर्गदत्त महाराजांचा महामंत्र
Mi Ahe - Sri Nisargadatta Maharajancha MahaMantra

Mi Ahe" meditation guidance & "Mi Ahe" meditation result by Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj in the various beautiful art work in Calligraphy
Sachin Kshirsagar & Pradeep Apte
Pages : 62, First Edition : March 2017
Concept & Calligraphy Design By : Bharat Shimpi
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Language : Hindi, Pages : 216
Translated Quotable quotes related to Ignorance, Sadhana, Sadguru & Swaroop from Marathi version of "I Am That"
Hindi Translation By : Sachin Kshirsagar & Rahul Gajbhiye
Book Design By : Bharat Shimpi | Amount : Rs.100.00

Sri Nisargadatta Gita / श्री निसर्गदत्त गीता
English Author - Pradeep Apte
Marathi Translation-Sachin Kshirsagar
Pages- 144, Amount-Rs.200/-
Zen Publications

Mazya Sadgurunchi Amrutwani / माझ्या सद्गुरूंची अमृतवाणी
Language : Marathi, Pages : 380
Teachings of Sri Ranjit Maharaj - GuruBandhu of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and disciple of Sri Siddharameshvar Maharaj.
Marathi Translation - Sachin Kshirsagar
English Book Name : My Master's Voice - Compiled By - Shri Murli Raghvan - Edited By - Linda Felps


Please contact at the below address if you need them:

Sachin Kshirsagar,
B2 Kaivalya, Residency,
Next to Abhiruchi Sweets,
Ganesh Nagar, Behind Bhairav Jwelers,
Near Shri Ram Press,Vadgaon Dhayari,
Pune : 411041, Maharashtra, India
Ph.No. 09890711180 / 020-65610101
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Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Translations of I AM THAT - Books of Nisargadatta Maharaj

I AM THAT - the most famous book of Nisargadatta Maharaj - an English translation of his talks in Marathi by Maurice Frydman was published in 1973. Later many official and unofficial translations into various languages emerged.

सुखसंवाद - Marathi
SukhaSamvad - Marathi Version of "I Am That" 4th Edition, Sept.2012.

AtmaBodh - Gujarati translation of I AM THAT
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நான் ப்ரம்மம் - Tamil translation of I AM THAT
published by Kannadhasan Pathippagam, Chennai.

അത് ഞാനാകുന്നു - Malayalam translation of I AM THAT
published by Mathrubhumi Printing & Publishing, Kozhikode


YO SOY ESO - Spanish

BEN O'YUM - Turkish

EU SOU AQUILO - Portugese

ICH BIN - German

JÁ JSEM TO - Czech

JA SAM TO - Croatian

अहं ब्रह्मास्मि - Hindi

Ik Ben Zijn - Dutch

JE SUIS - French


Я есть То - Russian

Sinu ärkvelolek on uni - Estonian

Én Az Vagyok - Hungarian

JEG ER DET - Danish


EU SUNT ACELA - Romanian


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About Nisargadatta Maharaj

Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj was an Indian spiritual teacher and philosopher of Advaita (Nondualism), and a Guru, belonging to the Navnath Sampradaya. Sri Nisargadatta, with his direct and minimalistic explanation of non-dualism, is considered the most famous teacher of Advaita since Ramana Maharshi. In 1973, the publication of his most famous and widely-translated book, "I AM THAT", an English translation of his talks in Marathi by Maurice Frydman, brought him worldwide recognition and followers.

According to Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, the purpose of spirituality is simply to know who you are. His discussions are not for academic scholars. He is a rebellious spirit, abrupt in his style of discussion, provocative, and immensely profound, cutting to the core and wasting little effort on inessentials. He talked about the 'direct way' of knowing the Final Reality, in which one becomes aware of one's original nature through mental discrimination, breaking the mind's false identification with the ego, knowing that "You are already That".

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