Yogiji Maharaj ni Bodhkathao
Simple, yet profound, Yogiji Maharaj ni Bodh Kathao communicates timeless messages in an accessible form. Yogiji Maharaj, one of the modern era's greatest Hindu sages and spiritual luminaries, showcases the value of a virtuous life through these tales. Many of the colourful stories expose the reader to an entirely new world populated by giants and dwarfs, cowards and heroes, gods and talking animals. Drawn either from folklore originating in India, stories embedded within the history of Yogiji Maharaj's religious tradition, or his own life experiences, these tales take the reader on an exotic journey. Along the way, the reader will meet Lindiyo, a lion that thinks it's a goat, a thief incapable of lying (which, of course, makes for an intriguing story!), and a bee and worm who go exploring a garden together. Like Western fables of the tortoise and the hare, these stories draw on an unconventional cast of characters to showcase penetrating messages in an entertaining manner. Yogiji Maharaj's 'Bodh Kathao' are bound together through their common embrace of values, such as hard work, humility, altruism, and courage. Of course, each and every tale has its own distinctive flavour: some are introspective, while others are instructive; some teach through laughs, while others teach through metaphor.