V. Ganesan is interviewed in three other Mark Sawyer's World YouTube clips.
V. Ganesan is the grand-nephew of Sri Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi and a respected giver of satsangs. He is the author of many valuable books about the Bhagavan, Advaita (non-duality), and spirituality, and was the editor of The Mountain Path magazine.
Ganesan was interviewed by Mark in December, 2012, almost thirteen years after Bob Nickel, later an excellent giver of satsang himself (see www.bobnickelsatsang.com), introduced them in January 2000. From the start Ganesan was one of Mark's favorite people and spiritual teachers.
Ganesan's great-uncle, Sri Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi, is believed by many to be the most important figure in Indian Spirituality in the 20th century. Ganesan admits freely that he was blessed to live most of his life to the age of thirteen with Sri Ramana, the Bhagavan, at Ramana Ashram.
Mark was honored to receive the wisdom of this man in his home below the sacred mountain Arunachala. In Part 3 in particular, as the sun went down and the light shifted, words came from Ganesan that touched everyone in the room. Mark says, "They are still echoing inside."
All of the "Ganesan About Arunachala" interview clips can be found here.
There are other clips at the MarkSawyersWorld channel on YouTube.
Some of these are "dated."
Two of these clips are about Phra Jamaal. This gentleman, so dedicated at the time of the filming, within a year of the filming of these clips left the monkhood and Thailand. Mark still does not know why.
Phra Frank, of the "healing temple," in the bitterest of ironical occurances after moving to this temple (which is famous internationally for its healing master and healing courses) became ill with cancer and passed away from his body in November 2015.