Begone Godmen

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Jaico Publishing House, Jul 1, 2005 - Social Science - 224 pages
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Begone Godmen! describes Dr. Kovoor's encounters with assorted fakes attempting to cash on the credulity of their victims. It is a work of detection and exposure, as enjoyable a any thriller, and a warning against the bogus gurus the reader may come across.
 

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One of the best books , I've ever read. People are not aware of this book.

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Contents

Foreword Preface
Those Challenges
Godmen of India
Dr Bhagavantham and Sathya Sai Baba
The Conceptof God Chapter 5Is there aLifeafter Death? Chapter 6 Astrology
Deceptive Perceptions
Enlightenment through Meditation
The Miracle ofGanga Water Chapter 10 The Mind Reading Horse Chapter 11 Bible is a Dangerous Moral Guide
Son and Mother
Fiery Phantom
The Light Reader who helped to trace a Missing Girl
The Poltergeist
The Ghost of the Living
The Ghost of Time Past
A Ghost in Love
A Sadhus Magic Cure Chapter 26Latha and her Mysterious Lover Chapter 27 Ghosts on off the Road Chapter 28 The Merchant and a Mysterious G...

Miracles at Chapter13The FlamingForestof Olumadu Chapter 14Spirit Medium Chapter 15 Sankili Vairan of Mandaitivu Chapter 16 Charm ContraC...
An Immaculate Conception

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