Author: Rabindranath Tagore
Compiled and translated by Tagore from his Bengali lectures, the book consists of eight essays, in which Tagore answers some of life’s most profound questions: Why has God created the world? Why does evil exist? Does love and beauty have a purpose?
“Sadhana: the realisation of life” is an amazing collection of spiritual speeches by Rabindranath Tagore to the boys at his school, in Bolpur, West Bengal.
A storehouse of timeless wisdom from the East, Sadhana is one of the most profound books on spirituality you’ll ever read!
Sadhana is a starting book for any seeker of spiritual wisdom.
Tagore masters the spiritual truths behind these profound questions and brings to light, with his lucid explanations, the Sanskrit verses from Upanishade (Indian spiritual texts dating to ~ 800 BC) and the teachings of Jesus and Buddha.
Sadhana is one of those rare books that must be read slowly, because each sentence contains a huge amount of wisdom!
Finally, Tagore’s captivating and rational explanations make you feel at ease, happy and full of peace, happiness and joy.
“The true liberation of man is liberation from ignorance.” Rabindranath Tagore
The relation of the individual to the universe
The Consciousness of the Soul
The matter of evil
The question of the Self
Completion in Love
Completion in Fact
Perfection in Beauty
Perfection in Infinity