A devotee of Sai Baba of Shirdi, Ruzbeh N. Bharucha is one of the most
influential spiritual writers of our times. He is the author of seventeen
books, including the bestselling Fakir trilogy, which has been translated
into several languages. In 2014, Rabda: My Sai . . . My Sigh, published
by Penguin Books, was an instant bestseller.
A former journalist, Ruzbeh is also a documentary film-maker. His
documentary Sehat . . . Wings of Freedom, on AIDS and HIV in Tihar
Jail, was screened at the XVII International AIDS Conference in 2008.
His collaboration with Zambhala-India's yoga, music and life spirit
festival, the first of its kind-gave birth to a series of powerful videos
called 'Ramblings with Ruzbeh Bharucha'. His articles have been
published in the Times of India, Free Press Journal, Indian Express,
Maharashtra Herald, Sunday Observer, Jam-e-Jamshed and Afternoon.
His book My God Is a Juvenile Delinquent has been included in the
reading list of all judicial academies in India. Ruzbeh is the 110th
Master for the 'Speaking Tree', where he writes an immensely popular
blog on spirituality.
His Facebook page has reached out to thousands in a very short
span of time. The daily affi rmations and messages are a source of
inspiration to many. He lives with his family in Pune.
You can reach him here:
To be a better spiritual being and to better even that with every step is the goal of every soul so it can then ultimately merge into The One . . .
Rudra is exactly where he wants to be-with his kind, loving BABA, talking about life and the laws of the spiritual realm. He is taken to various villages to see for himself what the right way to live and pray is.
As he serves his BABA and asks Him questions, much is revealed to him: 'When you pray with such intensity that The One shall listen to your prayer, then your purity, intensity, devotion and yearning will get wings to reach The One'
BABA also talks about how we should be in life, how our relationships should be, how jealousy and anger are detrimental to the development of good karma and how conducting oneself without cribbing and complaining takes on to the higher plane.
In The Fakir once again Rudra is the student and BABA the teacher as well at the MASTER.
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