Radha: Diary of a Woman's Search

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Timeless Books, 1990 - Religion - 208 pages
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This book has been a recommended text for the course on Eastern Religion at Oakland Community College in Michigan. It is about an extraordinary trip made by a Western woman to the foothills of the Himalayas to meet with her spiritual teacher. Today, this same woman, Swami Sivananda Radha, is a renowned spiritual teacher & the founder of many teaching centers across North America. "...a deeply absorbing record. Rich in wisdom & guidance..." - New Age Journal

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User Review  - Carol Neilson - Goodreads

Required reading for Yoga teacher training. It didn't hold my attention.. Read full review

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User Review  - Wind Dreaming Yoga - Goodreads

Imagine at her age and in her era, leaving everything behind to go to India to meet a guru that had appeared in a vision. Risky! But worth it, she went on to establish the first Ashram in Canada and is perhaps the finest in North America. Read full review

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New Delhi
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September 1955
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Sivananda Ashram
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