Ashram Diary Paperback
In India with Bede Griffiths
by Thomas Matus;
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Ashram Diary by Thomas Matus was published by John Hunt Publishing in February 2009 and is our 63004th best seller. The ISBN for Ashram Diary is 9781846941610.
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Ashram DiaryIan Gibbs, via The Good Book Stall
The Ashram of the title was begun by two French priests, Jules Monchanin and Henri Le Saux, who became Swami Parama-Arubi-Ananda and Swami Abishiktananda respectively. The latter has begun to be well known in the West through his writings. After they moved north, Dom Bede Griffiths – Benedictine from Prinknash – ‘took over’ and developed the Ashram – Shantivanam – until his death in 1993. Thomas Matus – Benedictine from Camaldoli – lived as a ‘pupil’ of Bede Griffith’s for nine years. Thus three generations have developed the life of this place of meeting between Christians and the religions and culture of India. This interesting book, among many other topics, chronicles that encounter.
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|Author / Artist||Thomas Matus|
|Publisher||John Hunt Publishing (February 2009)|
|Number of Pages||176|
|Page last updated||2nd June 2017|