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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Book Review of Kardaliban – A Spiritual Divinity

Kardaliban is a dark, dense and alienated forest situated in Andhra Pradesh. There are high mountains and thick forests and some parts of it are permanently shrouded in darkness. The trees are 200- 300 feet high. There are many ferocious beasts and venomous reptiles. The ant hills are 10- 15 feet high. The atmosphere of this forest is highly spiritual as it is the beloved abode of Lord Dattatreya, where his incarnations emerge in and stay in subtle form all over the space of Kardaliban. In this forest Sri Narasimha Saraswati disappeared and Swami Samartha manifested. As soon as one enters the forest, one feels the sanctity of the place. This place is full of divine waves that helps in the cleaning of one’s consciousness. The dormant spiritual powers are awakened and one experiences supreme peace, bliss, ecstasy and enlightenment. 

It is one of the holiest places of India. It is the favorite of sages, monks, friars and all such pursuers of divinity. This book tells about the divine Kardaliban Panch Parikrama which consists of a tour of five important places i.e. Vyankatesa Coast, Akkamahadevi Cave, Datta Paduka – Sri Swami Samartha Incarnation Place, Markendeya Rishi Tapo Sthali- Bilvavan and Akkamahadevi Temple. This parikrama helps one to realize the ultimate truth and facilitate one’s work on earth. It increases one’s capacity, efficiency, energy and zeal for work and opens the new path of success and removes obstacles coming in the path of fulfilling materialistic and spiritual desires. It gives all sorts of worldly and unworldly pleasures, prosperity and happiness. It gives inner joy which can only be experienced and not expressed. According to author, Lord Dattatreya opens the new path of success and removes obstacles coming in the path of fulfilling materialistic and spiritual desires. It gives all sorts of worldly and unworldly pleasures, prosperity and happiness. It gives inner calmness, peace and joy which can only be experienced and not expressed.

The book explains about this journey in great detail, Lord Dattatreya shrines across India, sixteen incarnations of Lord Dattatreya, Information about Kardaliban Seva Sangha Trust and a collection of rare Lord Dattatreya’s mantra, strota and aaratee. Photographs are very attractive and informative. This book is also available in Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada, Sanskrit, Telugu ad Tamil. For more information you can login to www.kardaliwan.com.

Prof. Kshitij Patukale, the author is Director Insurance Academy, Pune. He is a well known author, columnist and social worker. His writing style is simple and impressive.


In the last pages of the book there is ‘An Appeal to the Readers’ to take this book to as much readers as possible by informing one’s relatives, friends, colleagues and acquaintances about this book, sharing the information about Kardaliban with one’s friends on social networking sites, giving it to employees, giving it as gift, selling this book, distribution of book by influential people or becoming Kardaliwan Seva Parivar member. I will be donating this book to Ashish Library, Ashish Shopping Center, T.P. Scheme No. 9, Rewari, Haryana so that the members of library can read it and be benefited from the valuable information.  


Kardalivan-Ek AnubhutiKardalivan-Ek Anubhuti by Kshitij Patukale
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Kardaliban is a dark, dense and alienated forest. There are high mountains and thick forests and many ferocious beasts and venomous reptiles. The atmosphere of this forest is highly spiritual as it is the beloved abode of Lord Dattatreya, where his incarnations emerge in and stay in subtle form all over the space of Kardaliban. In this forest Sri Narasimha Saraswati disappeared and Swami Samartha manifested. This place is full of divine waves that help in the cleaning of one’s consciousness. The dormant spiritual powers are awakened and one experiences peace, ecstasy and enlightenment. It is one of the holiest places of India. This book explains about the divine Kardaliban Panch Parikrama which consists of a tour of five important places i.e. Vyankatesa Coast, Akkamahadevi Cave, Datta Paduka – Sri Swami Samartha Incarnation Place, Markendeya Rishi Tapo Sthali- Bilvavan and Akkamahadevi Temple. This parikrama helps one to realise the ultimate truth. It gives all sorts of worldly and unworldly pleasures, prosperity and happiness. It gives inner joy which can only be experienced and not expressed. This is written in a very lucid and impressive way.

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