Tales told by mystics
This Collection, Probably The First Ever Of Its Kind, Of A Full Hundred Tales Culled From Sages Known And Unknown, Through Decades Of A Sustained Interest By Its Present Author, Should Prove As Revealing As They Have Proved For Centuries Past.
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Four Travellers and a Stranger1
God in Smiles and in Tears14
The Dangerous Rider26
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ascetic Ashram asked Baba began Bhaktananda Bholaji bird blessed boatman boon bowed Brahmin Chowkidar cobra consciousness cross the river devotee disciple donkey elephant eyes fell forest ganja Garuda gold Gopal guru guru's hands happy Haridwar heard hermit hill Himalayas holy hymn Indra Jiwan Jombudas king knew Kusumakar laddoo lady Laghuchand Laloo landlord's laughed lived looked Lord Mahim mahout Manohar meditation Meerabai Megh Dev mendicant merchant milk minister miracle mother mystic Narada never night Nilkanth observed once one's palace Paramanand passed poor priest prince Pundit queen Ramdas Rangoli realise Rudraksha Sadhu sage sage's scholar Seth Shekhar shouted siddhi smiled spiritual stood story Swami Swami Vivekananda Tantrik teacher thief told took traveller truth Vijan village Vipul Vishal's Vishnu voice Vraja waiting walked wealth wife wish wonderful Yama Yoga Yogi young zamindar