From Age to Age

From Age to Age

Stories of Haidakhan Babaji

eBook - 2011
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From Age to Age is the first translation, into any language, of a memoir that has been passed from hand to hand for generations. Written in Hindi by an attorney of northern India, initially published half a century ago, From Age to Age is Mishra's record meticulous, matter-of-fact, brief and erudite of the ravishing presence of the figure first introduced to the West in the now-classic Autobiography of a Yogi. There, He was Mahavatar Babaji, the Yogi-Christ of Modern India; here, we follow the author on journeys in and out of the village of Haidakhan as he tracks His appearances, disappearances and reappearances throughout much of India. At the heart of the book: 40 stories that call on a legend, the memories of local residents and Mishra's personal history with his teacher, the famous Mahendra Baba, to render, with jewel- like clarity, the life of an extraordinary avatar. Appended to this edition, an epilogue set in Haidakhan in the 1970s and 80s when Babaji reappeared, drawing thousands of international visitors to Haidakhan and bringing them the ancient mantra Om Namah Shivaya? I bow to the God within.
Publisher: Crestone, Colo. : American Haidakhan Samaj, 2011
ISBN: 9780983703709
Characteristics: 1 online resource (124 p.) : ill., map


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