In the company of a Mahatma, we watch the seeker grow. The Autobiography of a saint is an experience in Truth through which we are introduced to a variety of experiences that constitute the life of a seeker.
Ishvara Darshana narrates the journey of Subramaniam, a young seeker from Kerala who grew into the venerated Rishi Swami Tapovan Maharaj, deftly weaved into the narrative on the natural beauty of the Himalayas, a place that he seldom left and his reminiscences of the spiritual leaders he met.
Narrated in third person, Ishvara Darshan is a book where its author unfolds his own evolution as neutral observer, uninvolved in the proceedings that make up his life. Translated from the original Sanskrit, it is both a learning and a pilgrimage every seeker must take.