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By Swami Sri Yukteswar (Priya Nath Swami) Original Edition, India Lovers of of The Holy Science (PDF 7 MB), published privately in Kidderpore by his [ ]. The Holy Science book download (PDF) Written by Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri in under the title Kaivalya Darsanam. Sri Yukteswar states that he wrote. Sri Yukteswar Giri - The Holy Science - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt ) or read online. Great Book by Swami Sri Yukteshwar Giri.
As my gurudeva has explained in his introduction, these pages were written by him in obedience to a request made by Babaji, the holy gurudeva of Lahiri Mahasaya, who in turn was the gurudeva of Sri Yukteswar.
I have written about the Christlike lives of these three great masters in my book, Autobiography of a Yogi. The Sanskrit sutras set forth in The Holy Science will shed much light on the Bhagavad-Gita as well as on other great scriptures of India.
At the request in Allahabad of the Great Preceptor Mahavatar Babaji near the end of the th year  of the present Dwapara Yuga, this exposition has been published for the benefit of the world. The purpose of this book is to show as clearly as possible that there is an essential unity in all religions; that there is no difference in the truths inculcated by the various faiths; that there is but one method by which the world, both external and internal, has evolved; and that there is but one Goal admitted by all scriptures.
But this basic truth is one not easily comprehended. The discord existing between the different religions, and the ignorance of men, make it almost impossible to lift the veil and have a look at this grand verity.
The creeds foster a spirit of hostility and dissension; ignorance widens the gulf that separates one creed from another. Only a few specially gifted persons can rise superior to the influence of their professed creeds and find absolute unanimity in the truths propagated by all great faiths.
The object of this book is to point out the harmony underlying the various religions, and to help in binding them together. This task is indeed a herculean one, but at Allahabad I was entrusted with the mission by a holy command.
Allahabad, the sacred Prayaga Tirtha, the place of confluence of the Ganges, Jamuna, and Saraswati rivers, is a site for the congregation of worldly men and of spiritual devotees at the time of Kumbha Mela. Wordly men cannot transcend the mundane limit in which they have confined themselves; nor can spiritual devotees, having once renounced the world, deign to come down and mix themselves in its turmoil.
Yet men who are wholly engrossed in earthly concerns stand in definite need of help and guidance from those holy beings who bring light to the race.
So a place there must be where union between the two sets is possible. Tirtha affords such a meeting place. Situated as it is on the beach of the world, storms and buffets touch it not; the sadhus ascetics with a message for the benefit of humanity find a Kumbha Mela to be an ideal place to impart instruction to those who can heed it.
Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri
A message of such a nature was I chosen to propagate when I paid a visit to the Kumbha Mela being held at Allahabad in January As I was walking along the bank of the Ganges, I was summoned by a man and was afterwards honored by an interview with a great holy person, Babaji, the gurudeva of my own guru, Lahiri Mahasaya, of Banaras.
This holy personage at the Kumbha Mela was thus my own paramguruji maharaj, though this was our first meeting. In the last year of his life, Sri Yukteswar turned over all his properties to Paramhansa Yogananda, asking him to find someone to maintain them.
Sri Yukteswar left his body on March 9, Soon after, he appeared to Yogananda and described to him the nature of the afterlife. This description can be found in Autobiography of a Yogi. It is the Spirit of God that actively sustains every form and force in the universe. The Lord has created all men from the limitless joy of His being.
Guru of Paramhansa Yogananda
In Blessed Lanfranc, Richard Salva highlights scores of fascinating similarities between these two famous incarnations of a great spiritual master. Softer than the flower, where kindness is concerned; stronger than the thunder, where principles are at stake. Though Babaji has no known birth or death date, he is occasionally seen wandering the Himalayas with a small band of followers.
Lahiri also had a family and worked as an accountant, but would spend most nights teaching his disciples. To fulfill the mission set to him by Jesus Christ and Babaji, in he left to make his permanent home in the United States of America.As the gross matters of the creation are entirely absent fr'orn this sphere, and it is conspicuous by the presence of t he fm e rnatters onl y, it is called Su.
The objects so attracted are the objects of pleasure, for which an Attachment, Raja, is formed. Some of them, though famous for their investigations in the realms of science and philosophy, do not recognize the essential unity in reli- Paramguru, literally, "guru beyond," hence the guru of one's guru. Maharaja Yudhisthira, together with all the wise rneri of his court, retired to the Himalaya Mountains, the xu paradise of the world.
On attaining this liberation, man becomes saved from all his troubles, and all the desires of his heart are fulfIlled, so the ultimate aim of his life is accornplished.
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The Lord has created all men from the limitless joy of His being. Each of the great Yugas has much influence over the period of time covered by it ; hence, in designating the years it is desirable that such terms should indicate to which Yuga they belong.
Lahiri also had a family and worked as an accountant, but would spend most nights teaching his disciples.