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Moments with Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj: Archival Films 1979/1981 - Mumbai India - Fully Subtitled (Used)
by Nauwelaerts, Jozef
Publisher: Neti Neti Films
Book ID: 9780978660857, 0978660854
Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj lived most of his life in a poor section of Bombay, (Mumbai), until he left his body on September 8, 1981. Nisargadatta Maharaj was a teacher extraordinary, absorbed in the Absolute, his teaching have touched the world and spiritual seekers for decades.
Maharaj, as his disciples called him, had many devotees, however one of his closest was Jozef Nauwelaerts of Belgium. Before his passing Jozef and Christiana Braes left to the world a film, which takes the viewer on a journey through Bombay, (Mumbai) and the area of Maharaj’s house, along with a 35 minute question and answer session. Jozef passed this film for use to Neti Neti Films in 2004, and since then has been subtitled in English.
This film is a historical document showing us the actual voice of Nisargadatta Maharaj, and providing us the look and feel of what it was like to be in his presence.
Featured on this DVD:
- The original 97 minutes Jozef's film fully translated and subtitled.
- An additional 9 minutes archival film of a Satsang with Nisargadatta Maharaj, fully translated and subtitled.
- 9 minutes unreleased footage of Bhagawan Avadhut Nityananda.
DVD, 115 minutes, 0 All codes (playable worldwide), NTSC Video
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