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Date Posted: 15:46
Author: norman-8May02
Subject: Re: Spelling of Yoganandaji's title
In reply to: Frodo-8May02 's message, "Re: Spelling of Yoganandaji's title" on 15:45

It's my understanding that he signed his names both ways;Paramhansa and Paramahansa. It's never been an issue with me but for some it seems to be. I agree that "The Path" is an interesting book but I couldn't recommend anymore of Kriyananda's publications of which there are probably 50-75 or so.

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  • Re: Spelling of Yoganandaji's title -- Anonymous-8May02, 15:47
  • Re: Spelling of Yoganandaji's title -- ketch-9May02, 15:48
  • Re: Spelling of Yoganandaji's title -- Frodo-9May02, 22:29
  • Re: Spelling of Yoganandaji's title -- Anonymous-8May02, 22:31

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