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The Mahatma & the Doctor - The Untold Story of Dr Pranjivan Mehta, Gandhi's Greatest Friend and Benefactor
S. R. Mehrotra

This is the hitherto-untold story of Gandhi's greatest friend and benefactor, Dr Pranjivan Mehta (1864 - 1932). It was to Mehta that Gandhi first revealed his newly-found philosophy of life in a London hotel in July-September 1909. According to Gandhi's own admission, his seminal work, Hind Swaraj was a faithful record of the conversation he had had with Mehta earlier in the year, recollected and recorded in the tranquility of the voyage back to South Africa, between 19 and 22 November 1909.

660 pages, 6" x 9" Portrait, Hard Bound
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Bhaja Govindam Follow your Heart
Adi Sankaracharya's

Adi Sankara's Bhaja Govindam is a little collection of thirty-one verses in Sanskrit by the saint and scholar Adi Sankaracharya and his disciples. Also known as Moha Mudgara or The End of Illusion, the verses look at the eternal question of man's quest for happiness in a world that is transient and filled with delusions. Sankara in clear and lucid language, (probably the simplest Sanskrit text available) speaks of man's weaknesses - lust, anger, greed and attachment - and the steps needed to overcome them. Our present translation includes stories from the vast repertoire of wisdom literature across a wide spectrum of spiritual traditions. It also contains an exhaustive biography of Adi Sankara himself, his contribution to Hinduism and a chapter on the relevance of Bhaja Govindam today.

239 Pages, 6" x 9" Spiritual, Paper Back
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Atma-Siddhi In Search of the Soul
Srimad Rajchandraji's

Atma Siddhi (In Search of the Soul) is a 142, verse philosophical poem, a dialogue between the master and the pupil, on the subject of the soul and its journey through this world of material manifestations. Written in lyrical and lucid Gujarati, by the great Jain saint, Srimad Rajchandraji, it is as relevant today, as when it was first written more than a hundred years ago. A contemporary of Gandhiji, Srimadji was considered by the Mahatma to be his spiritual mentor. Attaining enlightenment at an unbelievably young age of 32 years, Srimadji, remains, even today, one of those iconic spiritual teachers, who balanced, with ease and grace, the life of a householder with that of a sage.

347 Pages, 6" x 9" Portrait, Paper Back
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