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Tat Wale Baba : Rishi of the Himalayas

By Daczynski, Vincent, J

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Title: Tat Wale Baba : Rishi of the Himalayas  
Author: Daczynski, Vincent, J
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Biographies, India
Collections: Authors Community, Biographies
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Publisher: YogiVinceBooks LLC
Member Page: Vincent Daczynski


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J Daczynski, B. V. (2017). Tat Wale Baba : Rishi of the Himalayas. Retrieved from

The author tells about how he met Tat Wale Baba in 1969; Tat Wale Baba's message to the world; the murder of Tat Wale Bab; and the author's return to the Tat Wale Baba Ashram some decades later to interview the sole remaining devotee and caretaker. Beautifully presented with twenty-five photographs.

This book is a tribute to one of the world's greatest twentieth-century yogi-saints, who because of his reclusive life-style has received little publicity outside of India.

I asked, "Can you tell me of some of the other miracles that Tat Wale Baba performed?" Swami stated, "I was sick, the sickest that I have ever been in my entire life. I thought I was to die. I had a severe headache. It felt like spikes were being driven at each side of my head," Swami explained as he pushed his closed fists, clutching invisible spikes, against his temples. "My head and body were like fire," he continued. "I was too sick to even take toilet," he said smiling, a little embarrassed by his own candor. "I soiled myself in bed. Then, around 4:00 a.m., I remember being startled by Tat Wale Baba appearing at my bed. And, somehow I found myself sitting at the edge of the bed before him." "My guru put a cup to my forehead," Swami continued explaining as he showed with his right hand how the cup had been placed with its rim just between his eyebrows. "A white fluid came out of my head and filled the cup. My guru passed the cup to another person who was with him. I did not see the other person who was off to my left since my eyes were looking toward my guru. Again, my guru placed the cup at my head, just as before. White fluid came out, like milk. Again, he gave the cup to the person. Then again, he placed the cup at my head." While speaking excitedly, as if the incident had occurred just the night before, Swami illustrated, by stretching out his hand, how Tat Wale Baba had passed the cup to his assistant. "Four times my guru did this," he said. "I felt like all my sins and karma had been taken away. My guru then stroked my forehead a few times with his hand. The next thing I knew I was looking at my guru's back as he was leaving the room. But, my door was latched so that it could not open more than four inches. Yet, he passed easily through." "How was he able to come in and go?" Swami asked rhetorically,

Table of Contents
Preface Introduction Chapter 1: The Early Years Chapter 2: A Cobra for a Pet Chapter 3: A Man of Miracles Chapter 4: A Tragic Death Chapter 5: Sweet Memories Chapter 6: Simple Truths Chapter 7: And then There Was One Chapter 8: His Light Still Shines About the Author


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