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Ramana Maharshi (December 30, 1879 - April 14, 1950), also known as Maharshi Sri Ramana, Bhagavan Raman or the sage of Arunachala, was probably one of the most famous Indian sage of the twentieth century. He primarily advocated Self-Enquiry (Who am I) to attain self-realization. Ramana Maharshi differ markedly from other Indian saints in that he was not formally initiated into sanyasa; not that he had a vow of silence but he hardly had any inclination to talk; he answered questions of many people but never considered himself to be anyone's Guru (spiritual teacher), and he never tried to make anyone his disciple. Sri Ramana was renowned for his saintly life, his convincingly supreme thought-practice of self-inquiry, and an amazingly simple and down-to-earth personality.