|Number of Pages||144 Pages|
Biography & autobiography
While India is home to countless gurus and yogis, there are some remarkable yogis who keep away from the world, intent only on their spiritual goals. H. S. Shivaprakash, a renowned poet, scholar and playwright, has been fortunate enough to have known such masters and Everyday Yogi is a fascinating account of his encounters with them. An English translation of the bestselling Kannada book, Batteesa Raga, this book offers a glimpse into the mysterious lives of powerful Christian mystics, Hindu gurus and Sufi pirs, who transform the author in profound ways through their spiritual practices. They also help him navigate the uncharted waters of an artistic life, often torn by great personal sorrow. As the author shares his spiritual growth, this book can well take the place of an everyday guru in the lives of its readers, offering both wisdom as well as the hope of transcendence in the turbulent times we live in.