A story of a woman’s search for herself in the land of spirituality, India. Adorned with the jewels of eastern philosophy and poetic Sanskrit, her lyrical prose unfolds like a story without a script; a journey from the disappointments of so-called love, to the first scent of eastern wisdom, and finally, the possibility of transcendence...
About the Author
Braja Sorensen is a poet, photographer, bhakti-yogini, cook, and cow lover, hailing from the beaches of Australia but living on the banks of the sacred Ganges River in Mayapur, West Bengal, since the turn of the century. She is the author of Lost & Found in India (Hay House International, 2013), Yoga in the Gita (2016, Dragonfly Press), her first novella, Short Lives: Growing Up to Die (2016, Alankara Books), and Mad & Divine: Collected Writings (2015). She has other published works in the Vaishnava genre: 18 Days: Sri Panca-tattva's Mayapur-lila (2004, Alankara Books), India & Beyond: Plane Reading for Part-time Babajis (2012, Alankara Books), and worked for some years on Nava-vraja-mahima (Lal Publishing, 2013) penned by Sivarama Swami, a nine-volume treatise on the sacred land of India through the Vaishnava perspective of pastime, pilgrimage, and philosophy. Her first poetry book, Tryst: Ghazals of Love, is due in late 2016, along with her first fiction novel, Of Noble Blood. Kavita: Search for Transcendence is her first poetry novella. Find her books at amazon.com/author/brajasorensen