Following in the giant footsteps of Swami Vivekananda and Paramhamsa Yogananda, Kinkar Vitthal Ramanuja travels from India to the U.K. Accompanied by an intimate disciple and the greatest living Bauls, armed with spiritual literature and musical instruments, the band of disciples work to spread the gospel of Naam Avatara Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath abroad. The diaspora come homing in to the Guru, and, many human interest stories emerge as the Guru counsels them.
About the Author:
Raj Supe, aka Kinkar Vishwashreytananda, is a poet, storyteller and a novelist. He is a seeker and a Bhakta – a follower, nay, an instrument of Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath. His works include Three No Trumps (a noval, 1998) Sagarika Anusagarika – Echoes for Nine Rivers (poetry 2001) and translations of religious texts such as Cloudburst of Thousand Suns and Jai Jai Ram Krishna Hari. His writings convey the passionate intensity of a seeker, the sincerity of one who hopes to bring about an ideal mix of traditional mythic imagery and the urgencies of postmodern life. In the words of a leading poet, “ he has the anonymity of the saint-poet on the one hand and the self-expression of the modern writer on the other”.