Children of Change (A spiritual Pilgrimage)


“Surveying this panorama of life—from birth in the US Internment Camps through prejudices endured in child-hood, leading to maturation of youthful idealism in Mississippi; from inner awakenings in Japan occasioned by the Buddhist spirit, then onwards to the yogic treasure-house of India with its air of miraculous improbability, and finally to Auroville…..” this is the story of Amrit`s spiritual journey from America to Japan and the Himalayan reaches of India, and finally to The Mother of Sri Aurobindo Ashram in Pondicherry, and Auroville. Connected with the international community of Auroville since its inception in 1968, Amrit follows its development and period of upheaval through the 1970`s and 1980`s, his relationship with The Mother, as well as with his teacher, Nilakantha Mahadeva Joshi, known as Panditji, of the Shakta tradition of Sri Vidya.

Size : 14 x 20 cm

Pages: 472 page

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Manufacturer Prisma
Country of Origin India
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