Autobiography of a Yogi - Chapters 20-21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 20-21 Summary and Analysis

Mukunda has asked his father several times for rail passes and money to go the Himalayas with Yukteswar, but each time Yukteswar has chosen not to go. Feeling sure he will go this time, Mukunda convinces his father to go along. After gathering a small group for the trip, Yukteswar refuses to go. Having lost the company of the master as well as his servant, Mukunda tries to get another servant named Behari to go, but Behari disappears, confirming the master's prediction that he would not go either. Now Mukunda goes to his uncle to employ the services of his servant, Lal Dhari, but his uncle explodes in anger over his selfish wish to take the servant on a pleasure trip and deny his uncle of the servant's help.

Mukunda knows he is working against his master's will. His...

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