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At a time when Eastern mysticism, religion and philosophy fascinate many in the West, Maharaj offers fresh and important insights from the perspective of his own experience.
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 1986
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Rabi R. Maharaj came from a long line of Brahmin priests and gurus and trained as a yogi. He meditated for many hours each day, but gradually disillusionment set in. He describes Hindu life and custom, vividly and honestly tracing his difficult search for meaning and his struggle to choose between Hinduism and Christianity.
At a time when Eastern mysticism, religion, and philosophy fascinate many in the West, Maharaj offers fresh and important insights from the perspective of his own experience.
A unique revelation of the inward struggles of a Hindu and the ultimate triumph over death that he discovered. I found it challenging and inspiring. Must reading.”Hal Lindsey
Rabi R. Maharaj was descended from a long line of Brahmin priests and gurus and trained as a Yogi. He meditated for many hours each day, but gradually disillusionment set in. He describes vividly and honestly Hindu life and customs, tracing his difficult search for meaning and his struggle to choose between Hinduism and Christ.
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ReneFloridaAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great insight into the culture.October 23, 2012ReneFloridaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My son, who has been to India on three trips, gave his book to me and told me I would better understand the culture after reading it. Without this book's detail, I don't think I could get a sense of the thinking about family and religion and even each other that this culture feels. The book is well-written and flows so effortlessly that you realize you haven't put it down for hours. If this part of the world or religion is of interest to you, this book is an easy must-read.