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The Unknown Guru

 
Swami Parampanthi (Author)
Synopsis The Higher self of the human soul has been revealed in this book in terms of ideas and visions presented through a free-flowing dialogue. The Unknown Guru is the paradigmtic spokesperson of Eastern wisdom: Swami Parampanthi is well-versed is ancient heritage and very familiar with Western sciences. Together they have produced a unique book of absorbing interest to all seekers of Wisdom and Truth in the West as well as in the East.
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Swami Parampanthi

Swami Parampanthi (born in Assam, India: (1928) is living presently in Los Angeles, touring frequently all over the world for delivering lectures on spiritual and philosophical subjects. Born in a deeply religious family, he had his religious and formal education under Swami Muktananda Paramhansa and later, under the guidance of Dr. Jogiraj Basu at Viraj Ashrama Institute. Swami Parampanthi has studied seven world religions, culture, literature, art, Western philosophy, Asian history and art. He has taught Eastern religions at the Vedanta Centre, Cohasset, Mass; and at The Ananda Ashrama in La Crescenta, California. He has also worked as the Cultural Director of International Centre of Religion and Culture, at International Corporation Councial and Astara Foundation. He has traveled extensively in 35 countries for delivering lectures and has many publications to his credit, the major ones being “The Cardinal Doctrines of Hinduism”, “Modern Leaders on Religion”, “Toward Enlightened Life” and “A Six-Week Course to Meditation”.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Unknown Guru
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.1994
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170188156
length xii+328p., 22cm.