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What Ramta Jogi or the Wanderer Says
by Dr. Sulakshna (Shelly) Sharma Bookmark and Share

Rajender Krishan
Paperback ISBN : 978-1-947403-15-4 Amazon ebook ASIN : B08T7VS8DZ
Available on Amazon USA | Amazon India

A wanderer or a ramta jogi is the gatherer of ideas: ideas that are rooted in the experiences of life. He is like a bird in flight: observing the world without judgement. Sitting in a living room fitted with all the possible technologies of the world, one is winged enough to wander.

What come in the mind of such a ‘meditative,’ ‘wandering,’ ‘warrior’ of a mystic in 21st century is well-stated in the Wanderer of Rajender Krishan. He wonders at the enigmatic anxiety of the chaotic world. In his attempt to understand life he acknowledges the ‘vagaries of the human mind’: its weaknesses and its latent potential. He bows in front of the power of nature (even as malign as the Corona Virus) and finds solace in the company of a dog and a tree. As expected, his attempts leave him wiser; and the poet in him just sits and writes, accepting what is being offered, spreading the message of sanguinity. His soul is stationed like the sun and the mind reaches out, wanders: forever a learner. He passes all this in a style that is simple yet hard-hitting.

The brevity of his expression says it all!


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