Rev. Dada J.P. Vaswani and Ruzbeh Bharucha together announced the release of the new book – ‘Conversations with Dada Vaswani – a Perfect Disciple, A Reluctant Master’, penned by Bharucha, on August 31, 2016 at Sadhu Vaswani Mission, Pune. It was a rare conference with both of them together in interaction with the Press.
The book has been released by Penguin India – that says – ‘In this book, Dada Vaswani shares his innermost thoughts and ideals with Ruzbeh Bharucha….Their discussions, punctuated by Dada’s trademark sense of humour, are filled with laughter and joy and yet, within them, lie ancient truths and the wisdom of life.’
Ruzbeh Bharucha is one of the most influential spiritual writers. He is the acclaimed author of the Fakir trilogy and author of fourteen published books and a documentary filmmaker. His documentary films – Yamuna Gently Weeps, I Believe I Can Fly and Sehat Wings Of Freedom were screened at the Asian Film Festival Pune.
Ruzbeh says, “I interviewed Dada over a period of a few months. I had a great time talking to Dada. Dada and I shared a lot of laughs. He is one of the wittiest and humorous people whom I have met and I am a Zoroastrian, trust me, I have met my share of humorous and witty folks in my life and Dada stands tall even here.”
Their talks cover a range of topics – from the power of prayer to how to live in the world and not to be imprisoned by circumstances; from true surrender to the role of the Guru and the disciple; from the concept of karma and free will to life after death and positive acceptance.
Dada J.P. Vaswani, one of the most loved spiritual luminaries, is India’s renowned Life Guide Masters. His easy to follow teachings are his hallmark. A scientist by training, a visionary, and a widely-read scholar, Dada amazes you with his incisive wit, his delightful repartee and his brilliant sense of humour! Dada is author of 150 books, his writings run into multiple editions, in 17 world languages.
‘Conversations with Dada Vaswani’ is a spiritual journey, but most importantly, it is a dialogue between a Master and a seeker.