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Dyuman-bhai once told me, he was “a perfect gentleman”

Posted on: December 26, 2008

Re: Regarding Peter Heehs’s Proclamation of Suresh Chakraborty (Moni) not Being a Yogi—by Anurag Banerjee
by Raman Reddy on Thu 25 Dec 2008 09:12 PM IST |  Profile |  Permanent Link | Mirror of Tomorrow
I must say that this is an excellent article on Moni (Suresh Chakravarty). It is worth publishing in an Ashram magazine for the sake of putting on record the life of one of the closest disciples of Sri Aurobindo. The portion on Heehs would of course have to be deleted for the purpose. Yogi or not, as Dyuman-bhai once told me, he was “a perfect gentleman”. He was also a wonderful writer in Bengali, according to a Bengali friend of mine, though unfortunately a lot of his writings remained unpublished. As for Heehs, he has always the habit of using the documents that will portray Ashram sadhaks in the wrong light. It has become second nature to him.

Raman Reddy


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