|Indian Mystic Verse
Translated by H.P.Shastri
| More than 300 mystical poems drawn chiefly from Hindi and Urdu sources.|
|This collection brings together two great traditions of mystic poetry. Most of the 43 poets represented, like Kabir, Nanak, Nazir and Tulsidas, were steeped in spiritual thought. They sing of their own experience and their one aim is to awaken the 'sleeping divinity' in the hearts of their hearers. |
| ||'Kabir saw a mill grinding the wheat and cried:|
Alas! No grain remains between the grinding stones.
Yet those that cling to the pivot are not destroyed.'
|209 pages, hardback, ISBN 978-0-85424-005-0