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About the Book
Autobiography of a Yogi is one of the best spiritual guide of the 20th Century. This book introduces the reader to the life of Paramahansa Yogananda and his encounters with spiritual figures of both the Eastern and the Western world. The book begins with his childhood family life, to finding his guru, to becoming a monk and establishing his teachings of Kriya Yoga meditation. It explains memorable findings of the world of saints and yogis and also explained science and miracles, death and resurgence. With soul-satisfying consciousness and endearing wit, he lightens the hidden secrets of life and the world opening our hearts and minds to the happiness, splendour and limitless spiritual capacities that last in the lives of every human being. The book containing extensive content about all of his desires. Moreover, the book has several high definition pictures. It is a spiritual treasury that will make you understand the meaning of life. Hence this book is real treasure for people who are on a spiritual quest. The preface of this book was written by Walter Evans-Wentz, an Oxford scholar of anthropology, a writer who was an author of The Tibetan Book of the Dead and Tibet’s Great Yogi Milarepa.
About the Author
Paramahansa Yogananda is not only famous among the Indians but also popular among the westerners as a great Yogi. He was the first yoga master of India to take up permanent residence in the West. He arrived in America in 1920, and proceeded to travel throughout the United States on what he called his “spiritual campaigns.” He teaches millions of people mediation and Kriya Yoga through his master piece Autobiography of a Yogi. His initial impact on the western culture was truly impressive. But his lasting spiritual legacy has been even greater. Hundreds of thousands filled the largest halls in major American cities to see the yoga master from India. Yogananda continued to lecture and write up to his passing in 1952.