Surdas: Prem Bhakti

Surdas was a great Saint of the ‘Bhakti’ movement during the 15th century. Goswami Tulsidas referred to Rama whereas Surdas chose Krishna as the medium for the expression of divine truth. However, the spiritual truth and divine meaning is common to Saints at all times and places. Using Braj bhasha, the local language, Surdas successfully reached the hearts of the populace. His life is an inspiring example for entire humanity proving that however trying the circumstances of life may be but with divine grace, help of a perfect Master and devoted individual effort any human being can attain union with God, gain eternal divine bliss and freedom from the unending cycle of life and death.

Author: K.N.Upadhyaya
Category: Mystic Tradition
Format: Paperback, 200 Pages
Edition: 1st, 2019
ISBN: 978-93-88733-47-2
RSSB: HI-270-0

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