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This is an unprecedented telling of one man's sacred initiation & training - a must-read for any serious seeker. You become immersed in an ancient world of sadhus and rishis, surrounded by...

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Autobiography of a Sadhu: An Angrez among Naga Babas
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This is an unprecedented telling of one man's sacred initiation & training - a must-read for any serious seeker. You become immersed in an ancient world of sadhus and rishis, surrounded by an astral gallery of Hindu Gods and Goddesses, as Baba Rampuri's profound and often witty storytelling narrates his extraordinary life among Naga Babas going back almost half a centur This is an unprecedented telling of one man's sacred initiation & training - a must-read for any serious seeker. You become immersed in an ancient world of sadhus and rishis, surrounded by an astral gallery of Hindu Gods and Goddesses, as Baba Rampuri's profound and often witty storytelling narrates his extraordinary life among Naga Babas going back almost half a century.

During Maha Kumbh Mela in 1971, on the banks of the Ganga, he becomes the first foreigner initiated into the arcane & sometimes dangerous world of India's most ancient and secretive order of sadhus, the Naga Babas. He is drawn deep inside a mystical world he never knew existed. But, it is not how you might imagine it to be.

The young man from a renowned surgeon's family in Beverly Hills, California, has no idea what he is in for. Because, in his spiritual practice & quest for identity through the stories, symbols and rituals that form the basis of Hindu culture, he discovers there is opposition to him being a foreigner, an outsider. There is a wager between two old sadhus: can Rampuri overcome this challenge?

One of the sadhus dies a mysterious death. Few of us would have the stamina or the faith to follow a guru who has renounced everything including clothing and who speaks the language of the birds. Rampuri's openness to possibilities and willingness to be taught allow him to experience mysterious and magical events for himself.

In his captivating autobiography, he draws back the veil and lets less dedicated readers peek into aspects of traditional Hindu culture that few outsiders have ever seen. Stories of Hanuman and Shiva are intertwined with Rampuri's spiritual journey. Often babas appear to be innocuously crazy, wise beyond measure, or both.

Rampuri flows with all these things and personalities with a sense of self-effacing humor yet insightful commentary as he reveals teachings he received & describes his transformation. Deepak Chopra, author of "The Book of Secrets": "This book will entertain and enlighten you. A bold journey that explores the true intersections of Eastern and Western thought".

Krishna Das, singer of "Kirtan Wallah": "Baba Rampuri's search has carried him into the very depths of one of the great ancient wisdom lineages of India. He has gone where very few Westerners have gone". Vamadeva Shastri, author of "Universal Hinduism, Towards a New Vision of Sanatana Dharma": "Autobiography of a Sadhu" is bound to challenge your view of reality and the spiritual life.

It is not just the story of a personal quest but of a journey beyond the Western civilization mind-set to the India of the yogis, where the limitations of both our cultural ideas and our egos are continually exposed. An adventure into a different kind of reality". Baba Rampuri, author of AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A SADHU, is a foremost authority on Naga Babas, a member of Juna Akhara for the last 46 years, and a Shri Mahant within the order.

A flamboyant storyteller, a commentator on oral tradition, sacred speech, & higher consciousness, Baba is an American expatriate, the first foreigner initiated into India's most ancient order of yogis. He lives in India since 1970, where he practices & teaches the Sanatan Dharma, conducts sacred ceremonies, & hosts camps at Kumbh Melas as well as workshops & retreats.


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