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But, a few essential pieces of luggage have to be gathered and packed up before we begin the ascent. No one except me is allowed to enter, okay?

Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master by Sri M – varnamvarnam

On a raised mud and cow-dung plastered platform, I saw the frail, matted-haired Swami. Initially, we only knew them because we bought firewood from the shop. The compound wall that surrounded the courtyard was very low, barely three feet in height and was built of mud.

The bus reached Kanyakumari a little before noon. Was it all imagination; mine as well as that of others? The clothes were quite dirty and my face maser unshaven. There stood a gigantic banyan tree in the centre of a junction. As I tucked into delicious dosas, I asked the grey haired, spectacled man at the counter who had a walrus moustache and a gold wristwatch and seemed to be the owner of the restaurant.


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She ate it with great relish and then -touched my forehead with her fere hand. I was in a beautiful wooded countryside with 62 Three Monks a river flowing gently by.

He touches on many interesting topics, ranging from Yoga, to the dormant Kundalini Energy, and even to the functioning of ashrams. Not in the same class but still some great insights. He lit agarbatis incense sticks and closed his eyes in prayer. He was accepted as a teacher in the village. I shall jump into the Ganga and take my life. We shall then guide your soul to be born in such circumstances that you go through pain similar to that suffered by the poor man.

Thank you Guruji for bringing up this wonderful Spiritual book that helps a true seeker to attain Mukthi.

Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master by Sri M.

They took intense pride in declaring frwe they were Malayalis. I shall do that without wasting any time and stick to the bare essentials. There were no chairs and tables but a water tap stood outside in one corner. He was in some kind of semi-conscious state. One must remember that, in those days, the knowledge of Sanskrit was zealously guarded by the Namboodiri Brahmins, and non-Brahmins were barred from Vedic studies.

Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master

The ultra-orthodox Muslim kept away himalayzn him for it was against Islamic law to walk around naked. I spend lot of time reading about the topics I write about and most of the information comes from books or papers. By then, it was growing dark. So we will see. I thought I needed a strong cup of tea first.


They, unlike the chief, were dressed in the traditional robes of the Sufi fakirs, complete with saffron turbans and long beards. Inside the Subramanya Temple.

Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master by Sri M

zpprenticed No one, other than those close to me like my mother and grandmother, noticed the changes in my personality. This was my immediate response on finishing the book. I found the deity very beautiful even with the lowly, artificial diamond in her nose ring.

Someone held my shoulders from behind. Even with my eyes open I could feel it. I thanked the strange man mentally and never saw him again.

Very contemporary and easy to read book for a layman like me. Not everyone among us is a seeker for it takes immense amounts of patience, self control and an inner fire that never simmers down even in the most dire of circumstances. Ramaswamy, who worked in the census department of the Government of Kerala and was an MSc in Mathematics. Of course, I took him to be a mad man.

When I had finished, the tea shop owner Hamid, gave me my clothes which he had washed, ironed and kept ready.