SRI YOGA VASISHTHA,
a comprehensive spiritual dialogue between Sri Ramchandra and Sri Vasishtha, is a unique work of Indian Philosophy and a well-known text of Vedanta. It offers practical guidance to true seekers of all types. The original text in Sanskrit by Sri Valmiki and its subsequent translations are very voluminous. Realising its importance Dr R.M. Hari prepared an abridged version of Sri Yoga Vasishtha in question and answer form. It follows the order of the original Sanskrit text.
Referring to Sri Yoga Vasishtha in a lecture delivered in the U.S.A. in 1904, the great Indian saint Swami Rama Tirtha had said. "One of the greatest books, the most wonderful according to Rama ever written under the Sun is 'Yoga Vasishtha' which nobody on the earth can read without escaping God consciousness."
Dr R.M. HARI (1912-80) was a great Sufi saint. His own life bore a testimony to what is contained in the text and it symbolised equanimity. desirelessness, contentment and egolessness. He was thus competent to prepare a simplified and abridged version.
SOME MOMENTS WITH THE MASTER
- Spiritual dialogues with the Sufi saint SAI ROCHALDAS SAHIB
Sai (Dr) Rochaldas Sahib was a great Sufi saint. His dialogues cover a wide range of topics including, inter alia, satsang, silence and concentration, posture, diet, sleep, service, charity, endeavour and grace, conduct and life-style, hatha yoga, blessings, love, stages of love, how to attain love, samadhi, annihilation of self, renunciation and non-attachment, nature of mind and Self-realisation. The Master has provided answers by practical demonstration in his conduct, life-style, endeavours and attainments. He left his mortal frame in 1957. The dialogues were edited by his son and spiritual successor Dr R.M. Hari.
SHRIMAD BHAGWAD GITA
(Ilim Ludani-Va-Tohid) THE KNOWLEDGE THAT DRAWS TOWARDS SPIRITUALITY-THE ONENESS
The approach adopted in this book is unique - to show that the Truth (Atma, Haq) is one and the same everywhere, at all times and in all religions, because Truth is that which has no changeableness. Special reference has been made to Sufism to show that there is no difference between Vedanta and Sufism or other religions.