Autobiography of a Yogi - Chapters 40-41 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 40-41 Summary and Analysis

Overjoyed to return to India, Yogananda is met by swarms of people. He reunites with his father and later in the hermitage rejoins Sri Yukteswar in an intense meeting. The meeting is described by Dick Wright in his journal, as well as Yukteswar himself. A picture of Yogananda in Boston hangs on his wall, but his room is sparse and worn. Yogananda is chastised when he offers to provide a new rug for Yukteswar, reminding him of his youthful days with the master. Yogananda, while he is there, has the Ranchi school legally incorporated, as it is now permanently funded by his American students and his father. The school has developed into a well-equipped establishment with several branches of high school in different areas. The ashram, Dagoda Math, and the school at Ranchi are now affiliated with the Self-Realization...

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