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The Holy Mountain - Mount Kailash  

The Story of a Pilgrimage to Lake Manas and of Initiation on Mount Kailash in Tibet

 

Bhagwan Shri Hamsa was born at Dhulia (India) on 15th June 1878. He was the younger son of Pandu Tatya Natekar, a well-known lawyer. As he lost his mother at the age of four, his father and elder brother took care of him. When Pandu Tatya learned from an astrologer that his son would become a yogi, he forbade him to read the Gita and found him a wife. He was married in his sixteenth year. 

But one day sitting on the banks of the Indrayani at Dehu, he decided to renounce the world. He began to practice austerities; he read theGuru-Charitra, the Life of Dattatreya - repeated the Gayatri Mantram, took milk for his sole food. 

After three and a half years of this life, he went on a pilgrimage encircling the whole of India, and visited once every year Mount Girnar, where the footsteps of Dattatreya are shown to pilgrims. Then in 1908 he made the pilgrimage to Mount Kailash, which he describes in this fascinating and mysterious book.

A long introduction by the famous Irish poet and mystic, Y B Yeats, precedes the main text.

 


Author - Bhagwan Shri Hamsa
Cover - Paperback
Pages 203
Size - 22 x 14cm
Weight - 265g
ISBN :  81-7624-000-1 
Publisher : Pilgrims
Date published - 1997


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