It lifts your spirits and transports you to the ocean of divine bliss. The deftly wielded pen of the renowned saint-playwright, Sri Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath, brings souls from the earthly and the divine plane together. As you read, an inner revolution starts on its own. Here is a moving account of lives of Nivruttinath, Jnaneshwar, Naamdev, Jana, Gora Kumbhar and Chokhamela, all much-adored saints and prime movers of the Bhakti Movement in Maharashtra. Some are outcasts from the Brahminical fold and some risen from the class of menials. There is Gorakhanath, Adinath and other divinities discussing concerns for spiritual upliftment. It is a miraculous circle of devotees!
Jai Jai Ram Krishna Hari is a tale of Bhakti Movement of Maharashtra extolling the egalitarian practice of the chanting of Naam (name of God) put side by side with the rather elitist spiritual practice of Naadanusandhan (the search and invoking of Naad, the divine sound within each soul).