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Fakir (Hindi) explains many complex issues and life's questions in a simplistic manner. Some of the spiritual concepts covered include spiritual healing, prayers and their power, communication with spirits, karma and its laws, forgiveness and the power of faith and divine actions.
Fakir (Hindi) talks about how one should try to get attuned to their inner master and how one should be on the search for the elusive God of good deeds and positive thoughts. The book details all these spiritual lessons using characters such as a suicidal hippie and a quaint and humorous fakir. The book aims to let readers discover their inner selves and go through the journey to find God. It also explains that this journey can be undertaken only with compassion and the power of healing. This book spurs readers towards taking the first tentative step towards changing themselves. It is a book that not only talks about how one can live, but also discusses the way one can greet death.
Fakir (Hindi) talks about life after death and tries to inculcate into the readers, a strong sense of justice to resolve the problems prevalent using these spiritual philosophies.
Fakir (Hindi) is also about exercising the immense powers arising from choices, thoughts and intentions that mould our lives in both realms.
About Ruzbeh N. Bharucha
Ruzbeh N. Bharucha is an author, editor, documentary filmmaker and journalist. He started writing and editing while in his final college year.
Ruzbeh N. Bharucha has also written Devi's Emerald, Shadows In Cages, The Last Marathon, Rest In Pieces, Yamuna Gently Weeps, My God Is A Juvenile Delinquent, The Fakir...The Journey Continues and The Aum of All Things.
Bharucha has been an executive editor at the 4th D Wellbeing Journal and the Business Publication Division at Indian Express. He has also worked as an associate editor at Special Audience Publication and was the chief editor of The Pune Tribune. He also worked as an editor for Venture. He also owns Sainathann Publications, a publishing house. He has written articles for The Indian Express, Sunday Observer, The Afternoon, The Times of India, and Jam-e-Jamshed. Ruzbeh N. Bharucha has directed and written documentaries like Yamuna Gently Weeps, I Believe I Can Fly and Sehat...Wings Of Freedom. These have been screened at the International AIDS Conference, Human Rights film festivals, and Pune's Asian Film Festival.