Title:Kundalini A Unique Vedic Perspective
Remarks:Colour and B&W Illustrations.
Size:140 x 215 mm
This is the story of swami Pranvananda, a remarkable being. One time engineer and member of a highly placed Bengali Brahmin family, he renounced the world to search for the essence of life in the style of the Rishis of yore. This book provides a very unique Vedic perspective on the Kundalini phenomena.
His search for harmony led him to Swami Muktananda Paramahansa at Ganeshpuri, who put him on his path to realization. With his teacher's blessings he retired to the forests around the Ajanta-Ellora cave complex. He set up his Ashram next to the Patne Devi shrine, reputed to have been the seat of Bhaskaracharya the renowned mathematician.
Maj. Gen. Bakshi in his personal search relates his experiences with his guru and the inspiration he received from him. Maj. Gen. Bakshi himself the author of several books on the Vedic teachings and their relevance today has served his country on several fronts that include Jammu and Kashmir as well as the North Eastern Frontier.