The historical handwritten letter of Lahiri Mahasay written to his Chief Disciple, Panchanan Bhattacharya, and to his eldest son, Tinkori Lahiri, who was living with Panchanan Bhattacharya.|
The book contains biography of Panchanan Bhattacharya. The revelations of Sri Sri Chandi (the book of Divine Mother) and traditional worship of Goddess Durga in the Bhattacharya family. It also contains the list of the complete works of Panchanan Bhattacharya and a detailed reproduction of many of the books.
About the Author:
The Himalayan Yogi Swami Satyeswarananda Giri Babaji Maharaj was born in Bengal, India. Satya-Iswara-Ananda: Satya means "Truth," Iswara "God," and Ananda "Bliss." He studied for eight years in the hermitage of Paramhansa Yogananda, where he met Swami Satyananda, initiated by Swami Kebalananda (disciple of Lahiri Mahasay), and chief monastic disciple of Sriyukteswar for the East. (Sriyukteswar selected Satyananda as leader for the East and Yogananda as messenger for the West.)
Young Satyeswarananda was associated with, studied Kriya under, and received his monastic training from Satyananda for the next twenty years.
He worked intimately with Satyananda, managing his affairs while living together with him in a modest lifestyle, sharing a small thatched hut.