Benignly Rebellious

News Today 30-12-2020

One of her well known biographers has legitimately described her as “the First Lady of spiritual India”. Indeed, there was none to match her in the fact that she could reside in samadhi and samsara (mundane world) with equal ease, unobtrusively switching from the one to the other at will. She was, therefore, a Setu (bridge) between the transcendental and the temporal to those who were spiritually susceptible to her real nature. (Read More)


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