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From a distance

  • Model: 16950
  • Shipping Weight: 0.12kg
  • Manufactured by: Sri Sathya Sai Sadhana Trust Books and Publications Division,
    Country of origin:India

Rs.40.00

"From a Distance" is a beautiful compilation of real-life experiences of the author Smt. Vasumathi Ravinthiran and her relationship with her dear Swami, Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Just like how a sapling grows on the floor of thick rainforest, relying on the sun that is a million miles apart, she is nurtured by the teachings and grace of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. The book is a narration of her own "Chinna Katha" (small story), composed of those special moments of touch of Divine Grace. The author, through her book, primarily showcases Bhagawan and His Divine Love for posterity to know and be aware that Bhagawan is real and never an obscure concept and that His devotees are never beyond the grasp of His Love. She firmly believes that this book will help reinstate and reaffirm human belief and trust in Divine providence to be an ultimate magical saga of comfort and bliss.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Mrs Vasumathi Ravinthiran grew up in Malaysia in a town called Kuantan, Pahang, and is currently settled in Melbourne, Australia, with her husband Sri Ravinthiran and two children. Her parents and in-laws are dedicated to Bhagawan. A scriptwriter, and lover of classical music and gardening, she keeps herself busy with Sathya Sai Educational activities.

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