Sadhana: the realisation of life
Categorizing Tagore as just another author is a grave injustice to his illustrious life and body of work. He played various roles—a poet, novelist, short story writer, dramatist, lyricist, educationist, environmentalist, and more. However, in all that he did, he sought the truth. Tagore was a seeker and a tenacious one at that. Written by Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, Sādhanā is an expansive gateway to India’s spiritual legacy. In Sādhanā, he addressed Western readers who “will have an opportunity of coming into touch with the ancient spirit of India as revealed in our sacred texts.” The invaluable teachings contained in these chapters will captivate the world once again if studied in good faith.
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25 September 2021
“Our daily worship of God is not really the process of gradual acquisition of him, but the daily process of surrendering ourselves, removing all obstacles to union, and extending our consciousness of him in devotion and service, in goodness and in love.” — Rabindranath Tagore