Himalayan Masters: A Living Tradition [NOOK Book]


Explores the lives of eight Himalayan sages.

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Himalayan Masters: A Living Tradition

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Explores the lives of eight Himalayan sages.

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Editorial Reviews

Roy Eugene Davis
I have read, with interest and soul delight, Pandit Rajmani Tigunait's excellent account of saints and sages in The Tradition of the Himalayan Masters. Colorful, descriptive stories, along with the principles of truth and enlightened teachings, make this book a treasure for all devotees of God.
—Roy Eugene Davis, Founder and Director of The Center for Spiritual Awareness
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780893896027
  • Publisher: Himalayan Institute Press
  • Publication date: 5/15/2003
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB


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The tradition of the Himalayan sages is an unbroken chain extending for thousands of years, a living tradition that still exists today, undisturbed by the passage of time or other external changes. This tradition is not concerned with teachings that are limited in their applicability to any era of history or to any geographical region of the world- its entire emphasis is on the experience of that Truth which is eternal and universal. May all who read this important book make progress on their spiritual journey.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2008

    A must read for anyone who is on the spiritual path

    This book is a masterpiece, I have been seeking the path for a long time, and living in the west has made it more difficult, I have been reading many books but this one has given me many answers. Pandit Rajmani has done an excellent job in highlighting the path to be taken to liberation, the necessity for having a guru, and has discssued the merits or not of practicing rituals versus intellectual knowledge versus pure spiritual practices, facts on saints etc. This book is an absolute GEM, it reveals facts and truths that are not easily available, many thanks for a priceless book! Bharat Vala Patel Cincinnati, US/Lenasia SA

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