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Inspiring Reminiscences

Inspiring Reminiscences
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Item Code: NAM859
Author: Surendra Nath Jauhar "Faquir"
Publisher: Sri Aurobindo Ashram
Language: English
Edition: 2004
ISBN: 8188847143
Pages: 153
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 8.5 inch X 5.5 inch
weight of the book: 205 gms
About the Book

Chachaji had a way of recalling events, telling stories and creating a lively and compelling stories and creating a lively and compelling atmosphere; often a little fiction or imagination mingled with facts. But the tale told by him was interesting and often carried a ring of higher truth. He inspired countless people through his unique storytelling art, guiding and leading them towards higher life values-moral and spiritual.

In his chequered life he had seen many ups and downs. But through all his best at the altar of the highest truth he could envision at any given point of time. He was influenced by the teachings of several saints and sages and had imbibed the essence of Indian culture. He had a huge store of experiences which he freely offered to all for their benefit.

His observant eye missed nothing, he had a genius for spotting the unusual, the exceptional ant the droll-and he found the right words to invoke the odd fact that had caught his eye.

We present in this book a selection of his inspiring reminiscences.

About the Author

Born August 13, 1903 at village Vahalee, Distt. Jhelum (now in Pakistan), resident of Sri Aurobindo Ashram, New Delhi. Education at D.A.V. Collage and National College, Lahore; member D.C.C.(1939); member P.C.C. (1934-47); took part in the Civil Disobedience Movement (1930) and the Quit India Movement (1930); defied Martial Law Regulations (1919) and suffered beatings and forced marches under the British Sergeants. In 1930, organized boycott of foreign cloth through the “Katras” of Chandni Chowk; November 14, 1930 read the Congress Independence Day Resolution at the Clock Tower; arrested and tried for six different counts; sentenced to nine months’ R. 1. and Six months’ R.1 in the Central Jail Mulhan; tortured in jail and released in 1931 on account of Gandhi-Irwin Pact;, in 1942; went underground and worked with Shrimati Aruna Asaf Ali and Shri Jugal Kishore Khanna; arrested on September 17, 1942 after fierce fighting at the point of pistol; dragged along with his wife his wife in Connaught Circus followed by thousands of people; in the scuffle, the Magistrate on Duty ordered to shoot him dead, escaped providentially; tried under various counts for about two years and acquitted on May 6, 1944.

Contents

1 My Supreme Discovery 11
2 Faquiri 9
3 Satya Prakash 10
4 Seven Sadhus 11
5 My Shirt 17
6 My Grandfather's Coat 22
7 My Barber 26
8 Elephant 32
9 Insult -Great Insult ! 34
10 University Education 37
11 Standard of living 39
12 An Experience 41
13 Holy Ganga 44
14 Who is the Greater power? 47
15 Locked 51
16 My Friend 55
17 Destiny 68
18 Rats or Daughter 71
19 My Overcoat 73
20 Comb 78
21 Our Mission 80
22 Sannyasin 81
23 White Dog 82
24 Bodyguard 84
25 My Voyage to the Hospital 86
26 Lunch 91
27 Mahashaya Krishna Chandra 94
28 Ma Anandamayi 97
29 Alexander the Great 99
30 Acharya J.B. Kripalani 101
31 Mules- Khachchar 103
32 Pathans 105
33 Bichchhoo Booti 107
34 If Mohammad Does Not Go 113
35 Siddhi 115
36 Faquir's Hermitage 117
37 Ulte Baans Bareilly 119
38 Dollor 122
39 He (God) Managed 123
40 The Snake 124
41 Swami Shraddhanand 125
42 Pt. Madam Mohan Malaviya 129
43 The Key Material in National Reconstruction 134
44 Bande Mataram 137
45 Elections 141
46 Lok Nayak Jaya Prakash Narayan 145
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