Sahib Sadhu is a biographical collection of stories that lead the reader through the adventures and challenges encountered by Swami Satyananda Saraswati. Swamiji performed the disciplines of a wandering ascetic for more than twenty years in India, chanting naked in the snow, meditating in hot springs, sitting for days at a time beside a sacred fire, walking the length and breadth of India, encountering snakes, miracle sadhus, rainmakers, healers, terrorists, palm readers, great saints and ultimately the Divine Mother. The stories are inspiring, captivatingly written and seemlessly infused with the timeless wisdom of a liberated soul. Included within the text are pictures from various periods of time in Swamiji’s life showing his emersion in worship and devotion to God.
About the Author
Sushil Choudhury was a Brahmin priest in a small village in the interior of East India when he met Swami Satyananda, an American sadhu who lived in the cremation grounds. He was thirteen years old when he joined the barefoot sadhu in spiritual pilgrimages all around India, throughout the Himalayas and ultimately around the world, following this Sahib Sadhu through some of the most fascinating spiritual adventures recorded in recent times.
Original Paperback: 178 pages
Publisher: Sunstar Publishing,U.S.; 1st edition (March 21, 2001)
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