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Osborne, Arthur, 1906-1970

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Record Group: Section A - Correspondence

Dates of materials: 1965

Volume: 3 item(s); 3 pg(s)

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Arthur Osborne was an Oxford graduate of history who taught at Chulongkorn University in Bangkok before moving to Tiruvannamalai, India, with his family to become a devotee of Ramana Maharshi. Taking up residence at the Ashram of Maharshi, he was well-known as the founder and editor of The Mountain Path, a quarterly journal published by Sri Ramanasramam. (Source: Osborne, Arthur. "The Teachings of Ramana Maharshi in His Own Words." Sri Ramanasramam. Tiruvannamalai, India: 1996. Back cover.)

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SeriesDateTypeTo/FromFirst LinesPubFull TextNotes
 1965/05/08 TL[c]from MertonThanks for your kind letter of April 10th. Very well, as there is no rush, I will keep your   
 1965/07/04 TL[c]from MertonI am enclosing a piece that may be of interest to you for your magazine. Originally written   
 1965/09/03 TLSto MertonThank you for your beautiful and profound article 'Symbolism: Communication or Communion'.   

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