Autobiography of a Yogi (Complete Hindi Edition)
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Hailed as the ‘Father of Yoga in the West’ in 1996, Paramhansa Yogananda has been a revered figure in the western countries as well as in India for teaching the science and philosophy of yogic meditation. This acclaimed autobiography of Yogananda came out in 1999 and was an instant success all over the west. Selected as one of the 100 best spiritual books of the century, this autobiography takes the readers on an inspiring journey of his life—his innocent children full of remarkable experiences, his youthful quest for an illuminated teacher that took him through the lengths and breadths of the country and let him meet many sages and saints, his 10 years of training in an ashram under his God-realized Guru, and of the numerous years he spent as a spiritual preceptor to the seekers of truth all over the world. Apart from this, the book also records his profound meetings with Ananda Moi Ma, Ramana Maharshi, Master Mahasaya (a disciple of Ramakrishna Paramhansa), Jagadish Chandra Bose, Rabindranath Tagore and Mahatma Gandhi.
A beautifully written much appreciated book of an exceptional life, this book has been translated into 35 languages. Apart from being an autobiography, the book also provides valuable information on the ancient science of Yoga and its tradition of meditation. Yogananda also sheds considerable light on the subtle but definite laws behind every ordinary events of life as well as the extraordinary or the miracles.
Published by Yogoda Satsanga Society of India in 2005, this Hindi translation of the book is available in paperback.
About the Author
Paramhansa Yogananda: Mukunda Lal Ghosh, who later became Paramahansa Yogananda, was born in 1893. A disciple of Sri Yukteswar, he became an ascetic at a young age and established a school to take the message of spirituality and yogic practices to the common people. Other books by this author include Scientific Healing Affirmations, The Divine Romance: Collected Talks and Essays on Realizing God in Daily Life, Metaphysical Meditations, How You Can Talk with God, and God Talks with Arjuna: The Bhagavad Gita.