Sant Rajjab

Rajjab, a 16th century mystic from Rajasthan, was a foremost disciple of Sant Dadu who lived just outside present day Jaipur. The book looks at Sant Rajjab's life and explores his beautiful verse to reveal the purpose of human birth, the law of karma, the tricks of the mind, and the need to seek the refuge and guidance of a perfect master – all topics central to his powerful spiritual message. Through inspiring and beautiful verse, the poet saint vividly describes the agony of separation a true lover of the lord must endure. Known himself for his deep devotion to his master, he communicates that there is no prayer or worship more exalted than love for the true Lord. And to cultivate such love, he encourages seekers of spirituality to engage with the inner practice of meditation.

Author: Janak Gorwaney
Category: RSSB Tradition: Other Authors
Format: Paperback, 224 Pages
Edition: 1st, 2014
ISBN: 978-81-8466-357-0
RSSB: PB-247-0

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