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Tulsi Sahib: Saint of Hathras
Tulsi Sahib: Saint of Hathras
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Preface

This is the second in a series of short treatise on the lives and teachings of Saints. It is primarily being written to introduce them to English-speaking people. It aims at making them familiar with the essence of the Saints teachings without burdening them with too many details about their lives.

The saints, or perfect Masters as I should prefer to call them, hold a unique position in the world. Not only do they achieve the highest purpose of life, namely union with God, by going through a course of intense meditation, but, in the teeth of opposition from orthodox religion and at the risk of their lives, they also burden themselves with the duty of instructing sincere seekers how they too can attain God Realization. And they accept nothing in return for their labour of love. Thus, they are the greatest benefactors of mankind.

The teaching of the Saints and their code of ethics and morality are the results, not of any philosophical reasoning, but are based on their spiritual experiences. Consequently of necessity, while their approach may be different the teachings of all Saints are identical in character. A thread of underlying unity runs through all their teachings. Nevertheless, their writings, mostly poetical, by virtue of the circumstance of their lives, the different languages used by them and the literary devices employed, lend a personal flavour which can best be enjoyed in the original.

This book on Tulsi Sahib of Hathras, whose Voluntary renunciation of the renunciation of the princely heritage and adoption of a life devoted to spiritual pursuits lends a romantic interest to his life story contains some of his best known poems ably translated by Professor Janak Raj Puri, assisted by Mrs. Chandravati Rajwade and Mr. Virendra Kumar Sethi. Our thanks are due to Mrs. Marilyn P. Durrant and Mr. Barry Berman for typing the manuscript during their visit to this colony, and to Miss Louise Hilger who as usual has assiduously done the work of going through the manuscript, reading the proof and seeing the book through the press.

S.L. Sondhi
Secretary
Radha Soami Satsang Beas
May 1978

CONTENTS

Preface vii
Life and Teaching of Tulsi Sahib 1
Selected Poems of Tulsi Sahib 19
In Gratitude 21
Glimpse of the Invisible 26
Truth Lies Within 27
Human Form 29
Satsang 30
The Master's Philanthropy 35
Cycle of Karmas 36
World is Ephemeral 38
Role of the Master 41
Wake Thou, Lost in Slumber 42
Concentration of the Soul 44
Futility of Rituals 45
Master the Mariner 46
The vain Pursuit 47
False Distinctions 48
The Sectarians 49
Master shows the path 50
Reverse Your Gait 51
Enter the Temple Within 52
Salvation During Life 53
Maya 55
Beyond the Perishable 57
Eat not Flesh 58
Acquisition and Renunciation 60
Blessings of Satsang 61
The Swan and the Crow 62
The Wiles of the Mind 63
Ritualists Know Not the Lord 66
Sound Celestial 69
Nam 71
It Matters Not 73
The Black Bull 75
The World A Warehouse 76
Behold Thy Beloved Within 77
Cleanse Your Heart's Chamber 78
Keep thy Gaze on thy Master 80
Persecution of Saints 81
Waste not Human Birth 83
From rust to Gold 86
Why did Thou Abandon Me? 89
The Inner Experience 90
Soul at the eye Center 91
The Inverted Well 92
Cast Away Your Veil 93
Longing to Return 94
Pain of love 95
Dance of the Soul 96
The Rainy Season 97
One who Goes within 99
Word- Transcendent and Lettered 100
The Wealth of Shabd 102
Without the Merciful Master 103
The delights of inner Experience 105
Within the Firmament 107
Lane of Love 108
Bibliography 111
Index of first Lines-Hindi 113
Subject Index 115
Local Addresses for Information and Books 119
Books on the Science 126

Tulsi Sahib: Saint of Hathras

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1995
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Preface

This is the second in a series of short treatise on the lives and teachings of Saints. It is primarily being written to introduce them to English-speaking people. It aims at making them familiar with the essence of the Saints teachings without burdening them with too many details about their lives.

The saints, or perfect Masters as I should prefer to call them, hold a unique position in the world. Not only do they achieve the highest purpose of life, namely union with God, by going through a course of intense meditation, but, in the teeth of opposition from orthodox religion and at the risk of their lives, they also burden themselves with the duty of instructing sincere seekers how they too can attain God Realization. And they accept nothing in return for their labour of love. Thus, they are the greatest benefactors of mankind.

The teaching of the Saints and their code of ethics and morality are the results, not of any philosophical reasoning, but are based on their spiritual experiences. Consequently of necessity, while their approach may be different the teachings of all Saints are identical in character. A thread of underlying unity runs through all their teachings. Nevertheless, their writings, mostly poetical, by virtue of the circumstance of their lives, the different languages used by them and the literary devices employed, lend a personal flavour which can best be enjoyed in the original.

This book on Tulsi Sahib of Hathras, whose Voluntary renunciation of the renunciation of the princely heritage and adoption of a life devoted to spiritual pursuits lends a romantic interest to his life story contains some of his best known poems ably translated by Professor Janak Raj Puri, assisted by Mrs. Chandravati Rajwade and Mr. Virendra Kumar Sethi. Our thanks are due to Mrs. Marilyn P. Durrant and Mr. Barry Berman for typing the manuscript during their visit to this colony, and to Miss Louise Hilger who as usual has assiduously done the work of going through the manuscript, reading the proof and seeing the book through the press.

S.L. Sondhi
Secretary
Radha Soami Satsang Beas
May 1978

CONTENTS

Preface vii
Life and Teaching of Tulsi Sahib 1
Selected Poems of Tulsi Sahib 19
In Gratitude 21
Glimpse of the Invisible 26
Truth Lies Within 27
Human Form 29
Satsang 30
The Master's Philanthropy 35
Cycle of Karmas 36
World is Ephemeral 38
Role of the Master 41
Wake Thou, Lost in Slumber 42
Concentration of the Soul 44
Futility of Rituals 45
Master the Mariner 46
The vain Pursuit 47
False Distinctions 48
The Sectarians 49
Master shows the path 50
Reverse Your Gait 51
Enter the Temple Within 52
Salvation During Life 53
Maya 55
Beyond the Perishable 57
Eat not Flesh 58
Acquisition and Renunciation 60
Blessings of Satsang 61
The Swan and the Crow 62
The Wiles of the Mind 63
Ritualists Know Not the Lord 66
Sound Celestial 69
Nam 71
It Matters Not 73
The Black Bull 75
The World A Warehouse 76
Behold Thy Beloved Within 77
Cleanse Your Heart's Chamber 78
Keep thy Gaze on thy Master 80
Persecution of Saints 81
Waste not Human Birth 83
From rust to Gold 86
Why did Thou Abandon Me? 89
The Inner Experience 90
Soul at the eye Center 91
The Inverted Well 92
Cast Away Your Veil 93
Longing to Return 94
Pain of love 95
Dance of the Soul 96
The Rainy Season 97
One who Goes within 99
Word- Transcendent and Lettered 100
The Wealth of Shabd 102
Without the Merciful Master 103
The delights of inner Experience 105
Within the Firmament 107
Lane of Love 108
Bibliography 111
Index of first Lines-Hindi 113
Subject Index 115
Local Addresses for Information and Books 119
Books on the Science 126
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