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SAIBABA-THE INVITATION TO GLORY

Publisher: Macmilan Indian Limited New Delhi
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Book Summary of SAIBABA-THE INVITATION TO GLORY

This is the third book by the author, after Sai Baba, Man of Miracles and Sai Baba Avtar in which he gives an account of the philosophy behind Sai Baba’s teachings and his power over natural phenomenon. The author also compares Sai Baba’s teachings with those of Christianity, Buddhism, Islam and theosophy in general.

About the Author
Howard Murphet - Born in 1906 in Tasmania and educated at the University of Hobart, he came to India in 1964 to study spiritual philosophy and became a devotee of Satya Sai Baba.

Table of Contents
Sai Baba and You • Psychic and Divine Healing • Power over Nature • The Sai Forms • Using Other Forms • Changing and Saving People • Sai Teachings and the Sai Path • Meditation • Sai Baba and Christ • Sai Baba and Islam • Baba and Buddhism • Through Other Lamps • Sai Baba and Theosophy • The Divine Mystery • To Look on His Face • Appendices

Details of Book: SAIBABA-THE INVITATION TO GLORY (BSID:75339)

Book SAIBABA-THE INVITATION TO GLORY
Author Howard Murphet
ISBN 0333904354
ISBN-13 9780333904350, 978-0333904350
Binding Paperback
Publisher Macmilan Indian Limited New Delhi
Publishing Date 2006
Number of Pages 224
Language English

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Mrsgaskell November 13, 2010 review from Goodreads

IĆ¢??ve seen a number of Inspector Morse mysteries on television but have never read any of the books. This was a very good read with a few interesting twists. Almost immediately after the arrival of an American group of tourists in Oxford, one of their members is found dead, and a jeweled antique h...

Trawets April 26, 2011 review from Goodreads

One of Colin Dexter's Chief Inspector Morse whodunnits, which kept me guessing until the end. The Morse of the books seems to me a far less likeable character than the Morse of the television series, I wonder if that has something to do with the way John Thaw played him, or a wish on the part of...

"Aubri"/Lisa May 20, 2012 review from Goodreads

The mystery certainly drew me in, but I'm not a fan of Dexter's writing style. Honestly, I prefer watching the PBS Mystery! series more - John Thaw made Morse a lot more complex than just a smart detective with a drinking problem.

George July 13, 2010 review from Goodreads

Another in the Inspector Morse mystery series set in Oxford, England. Multilayered mystery involving murder and theft and an American touring group. A very good read which keeps you guessing.

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