If someone were to ask you, “Who are you?” Then you would immediately tell them your name. If they were to ask for more information, you would say, “I am the son or daughter of such and such person. I am the nephew or niece of this person. I am a student at this school. I am an engineer or a doctor.” However, in all these relationships, the 'I' remains the same. So then in reality, 'Who am I?' This question should indeed arise! This very important question about one's true identity does not even arise in people's minds over their entire lifetime. In reality, the answer to the question 'Who am I?' contains the essence of all the scriptures in the world. The answer to this single question is so therapeutic, that it can bring about a solution to all the puzzles in our lives. During a physical ailment or an insulting situation, a person is in a lot of pain and suffering. However, if he understands 'Who am I?' and 'Who is this happening to?', then he can remain unaffected by all this suffering and experience extraordinary peace. This edition is a humble attempt to understand the Gnani's perspective on 'Who am I?' in an easy and step-by-step manner, with prayers that every reader find this information to be useful in his life. - Dimple Mehta