A biography of the Advaita sage Ramesh Balsekar. This anecdotal biography is dotted with glimpses into his life, from his days as a boy growing up in Mumbai’s Saraswat community, to his years spent in the London School of Economics. It follows his career with the Bank of India of which he became the General Manager, and dwells on his close interaction with his own guru, Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. The book culminates with Ramesh’s own insights into the teaching of Advaita, of which he is regarded as the foremost contemporary exponent today. A highlight of this book is the crisp and witty, yet inspiring, essay by Ramesh on ‘How do I live my life?’ Here, with great clarity and simplicity, Ramesh puts across the basic tenets of his complete understanding of Advaita.
The biography is exquisitely printed on Art Paper in full color, and is complemented with photographs of Ramesh as a young banker, of his wife and family, pictures of his guru Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and unique portraits of Ramesh the embodiment of an enlightened Master.
Published by Yogi Impressions 2003
Hardbound 104 pages
Art paper with over 40 photographs
Size: 9″ x 6″