In 1996, Yoga International hailed Paramahansa Yogananda as "the father of the Yoga in the west". In 1999, his acclaimed autobiography was selected one of the 100 best spiritual books of the 20th century. Since it was first published, the spiritual classic has introduced millions of readers to the science and philosophy of yoga meditation. With engaging candour, eloquence and wit, Paramahansa Yogananda narrates the inspiring chronicle of his life - The experiences of his remarkable childhood, encounters with many saints and sages during his youthful search throughout India for an illumined teacher, ten years of training in the ashram of his God-realized Guru and of the many years that he lived and taught as spiritual preceptor to truth seekers all over the world. Also recorded are his meetings with Ramana Maharshi, Ananda Moyi Ma, Master Mahasaya (the saintly disciple of Ramkrishna Paramahansa), Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore and Jagdish Chandra Bose. Considered a modern spiritual classic, the book has been translated into thirty-three languages and is widely used as a text and reference work in colleges and universities. Thousands of readers have declared Autobiography of a Yogi the most fascinating reading of a lifetime. Autobiography of a Yogi is at once a beautifully written account of an exceptional life and a profound introduction to the ancient science of Yoga and its time-honored tradition of meditation. The author clearly explains the subtle but definite laws behind both ordinary events of everyday life and the extraordinary events commonly termed miracles. His absorbing life story thus becomes the background for a penetrating and unforgettable look at the ultimate mysteries of human existence. This complete and unabridged edition included the chapter "the Years 1940-1951" written by Sri Sri Paramahansa Yogananda during the last years of his life.
|Title:||Autobiography Of A Yogi - Bengali|
|Publisher:||Yogoda Satsanga Society of India|
|Number Of Pages:||710 pages|
|Release date:||3 February 2002|