Tulsi Sahib el Santo de Hathras

Tulsi Sahib (1763-1843), heredero al trono de Poona (Pune), renunció a su patrimonio real para hallar la realidad mística trasladándose al norte de India, Hathras, donde atrajo a devotos seguidores. Se trata de una corta exposición que nos ofrece la biografía de Tulsi, junto a 49 poemas melódicos. Particularmente, se detalla su relación con Soami Ji en Agra. El “Ghat Ramayan”, su más conocida composición, consiste en diálogos con hindúes ortodoxos, musulmanes y sikhs, a quienes recomendó la necesidad de la práctica interna de la espiritualidad y la inutilidad de las peregrinaciones y las observancias externas. En “Ratan Sagar”, él discute sobre los misterios de la creación, el karma, la muerte, la gloria y la importancia de un Maestro vivo perfecto.

As this book explains, Tulsi Sahib (1763-1843), heir to the throne of Poona (Pune), renounced his royal heritage to seek mystic reality, moving to Hathras in northern India where he attracted a devoted following. The book has now been revised to incorporate additional research elaborating upon Tulsi Sahib’s teachings and poems. Many of the poems attempt to describe the indescribable. They hint at the grandeur, sweetness and brilliance of the inner worlds experienced by one who ‘goes within’ under the guidance and protection of a Satguru. A number of intriguing dialogues from the famous Ghat Ramayan with people belonging to various religions and traditions including Muslims, Hindus, Jains and followers of Kabir and Guru Nanak – show the way Tulsi Sahib expressed the inner path of Shabd for self-realization and God-realization in a truly multi-religious environment.

English: Tulsi Sahib - Saint of Hathras
Author: Prof. Janak Raj Puri, Virendra Kumar Sethi & Dr. T. R. Shangari
Category: Mystic Tradition
Format: Paperback, 172 Pages
Edition: 1st. 1996
ISBN: 978-81-4466-015-9
RSSB: SP-031-0

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