Sarmad Shaheed

Sarmad, a seventeenth century Jewish saint, was born in Persia and travelled to India as a trader, ultimately finding spiritual realization. Sarmad taught that God cannot be confined to any particular religion. His poems express the ecstasy and bliss of union with the Lord through direct personal spiritual experience. His outspoken style and the boldness of his teachings led to his execution by the orthodoxy. The book contains an analysis of Sarmad's teachings, a sketch of his life, and a collection of his poetry exploring the commonalities with mystic teachings worldwide as found in Judaism, Christianity, Taoism, Islam, Hinduism and other religions.

Author: Dr. T. R. Shangari, P. S. Alam
Category: Mystic Tradition
Format: Paperback, 280 Pages
Edition: 2nd. 2003
ISBN: 978-81-8256-298-1
RSSB: HI-210-0

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