“Ashoke’s Soul in Yogic Prose” is a compilation over a span of four decades of Venerable Mahamahopadhyaya Yogacharya Dr. Ashoke Kumar Chatterjee – World Kriyayoga Master’s dissertations at various World Parliaments, of seminars, conferences, of His various articles at various stages, of his various discourses in Bengali, Hindi, English on account of His and Yogiraj’s Advent and Departure Anniversaries in various places throughout India and abroad and so on and so forth.
This book is a veritable guide for Kriyabans and soulseekers of how to juxtapose family, official, social responsibilities with a life of austere sadhana as a householder. None before Him has been able to establish Yogiraj Shyamacharan Lahiri Mahasaya in this manner.Read More
Being a renowned yogi venerable Mahamahopadhyaya Yogacharya Dr. Ashoke Kumar Chatterjee – World Kriyayoga Master’s has selflessly devoted himself for the cause of enlightening mankind for, a yogi of his stature is magnanimous i.e. reorient fallen mankind towards the intrinsic concept of Yogiraj hence Kriyayoga. In other words his objective is to make everyone acquire realization of that one. This book profoundly illustrates this.
“Ashoke’s Soul in Yogic Prose” does not confound man instead makes him realize the rationality hence the science of humanlife; the book evokes a gradual awakening to uplift the values of life; disturbed frustrated man no longer gropes in the dark, instead finds the key to the bounteous wealth latent in him. The book also evokes a steady consciousness to attain self-enlightenment to the much-sought happiness and peace.
Yogacharya Dr. A. K. Chatterjee’s own words and handwriting about [which has been scanned here for the readers to derive the feeling of authenticity and closeness] the literary medium (the yogic one in this context) i.e. prose which includes books, articles, essays, dissertations, verse, drama, one art plays et al is a very profound one.
He states : — “The literary medium which will reach every household and gradually awaken consciousness to posterity about Brahmavidya and yogasastra which is the backbone of Sanatana Dharma.”