Autobiography of a Yogi - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary and Analysis

As Mukunda finds himself more involved with inspirational studies, he tends less to his high school studies that he has promised to pass at the Hindu High School. He feels sure that his faith would save him from failure. His friend, Nantu, offers to help him study for the final exams, and drills him on the questions that he expected might be raised in the tests, however, they forgot to study Sanskrit. The next morning, taking a different route to school, Mukunda happens to see some papers on the ground that contain Sanskrit verses. He finds someone to interpret them and is able to pass the Sanskrit exam, as well as getting minimum passing grades in his other subjects.

Although he is now free to leave home and join a hermitage in Banaras, Mukunda realizes how close he has grown to...

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