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Atmananda (1) [1883–1959]

This page covers the author of Notes on Spiritual Discourses of Shri Atmananda: Volume 1.

For other authors named Atmananda, see the disambiguation page.

Atmananda (1) has been aliased into Krishna Menon.

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Many consider Atmananda Krishna Menon one of the three titans of Twentieth Century advaita teaching; the other two are Sri Ramana Maharshi and Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He was unique in that he held a career as a legal advocate for the government and an Inspector with the police.

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