Autobiography Of An Avadhoota, Part I


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This book presents the incredible journey of Avadhoota Nadananda as he transforms from an inquisitive, young man to one who achieves the highest spiritual awakening under the guidance of his spiritual Master. He takes the plunge into the relatively anonymous world of pure spirituality beyond all comfort zones and emotions that an average human being can never imagine.

Join us on Nadananda’s journey to the unfathomable, unimaginable and unthinkable as he travels across the length and breadth of India overcoming all odds to finally reach Gyanganj (Shambala), the causal layer of earth and the world of Avadhootas located somewhere in Tibet. Walking without money, without shelter, without even any clear destination as a wandering monk surrendered completely to his spiritual Master, he elevates his awareness and establishes himself completely and firmly in the path of Avadhootas. Upon receiving the highest spiritual knowledge, he returns and dedicates his life to serving humanity.

Welcome to the journey of a lifetime that takes us through the mind and life of a simple man, a staunch spiritualist, a man of uncanny tenacity and conviction, a super human, a complete disciple who never asked his Master “WHY?”.

The exceptional story of a living master, Avadhoota Nadananda. The Man. The Vulnerability. The Tenacity. The Determination. The Grace. The Purpose. The Miseries. The Masters!

“A Masterpiece beyond definitions! The journey of a thinking man into the unthinkable realms of true spirituality, guided by his powerful guru, chiseled through unforgiving lifestyles in the toughest terrains of Himalayas, to great heights of super conscious existence! A modern day epic. A must read indeed”

– Mohanji

Weight 0.466 kg
Dimensions 22.0 × 14.0 × 2.2 cm


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