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Title:Sitaram Saptaayanam Vignettes from Seven years 1971-1977 in the life and time of Sri Sri Sitaramdas
Author:Sri Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath
Editor:Sri Bhola Nath Mullik
Size:137 x 216 mm
Sitaram Saptayanam is a rare glimpse into seven years (1971-1977) in the life and times of Sri Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath 'Baba', a surging river of compassion that refused to be dammed by limitations of his frail physical frame, or be restrained by the hands of the clock. Baba criss-crosses India with his entourage, planting the seed of awakening in the hearts of millions. His leela and his effortless transcendence of human limitations can be clearly witnessed in the pages of this book. Chronicled by Bhola Nath Mullik, Padma Bhushan awardee, an Indian civil servant, spymaster and the second director of the Intelligence Bureau of India (IB), this text is enlivened by legends of land of Rajasthan. rough an account of seven years, it offers enough nectar to fill several lifetimes for ordinary mortals. About Author B. N. Mullik (Kinkar Vishvananda) was an Indian civil servant, spymaster and the second director of the Intelligence Bureau of India (IB). He served as the director of IB. He had had been a close associate of Jawaharlal Nehru, the erstwhile Indian prime minister. It was on his advice, that Nehru ordered for the establishment of Special Frontier Force (SFF) (also known as Establishment 22) for defending against the Chinese army in the Sino-Indian War of 1962. The Government of India awarded him Padma Bhushan, the third-highest Indian civilian award, in 1964.