Autobiography of a Yogi Setting & Symbolism

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Gorakhpurappears in non-fiction

Gorakhpur is a district of north eastern India near the Himalayas where Yogananda was born in 1893.

Himalayasappears in non-fiction

The Himalayas are the rugged, craggy mountains in India where many saints and sages have dwelled in caves for centuries, meditating and seeking God.

Kashmirappears in non-fiction

Kashmir is a beautiful city near the Himalayas in India that is visited by Yogananda, Yukteswar and a small group of disciples.

Serampore Collegeappears in non-fiction

Serampore College is the university in Calcutta where Yogananda received his education and AB degree.

Brindibanappears in non-fiction

Brindiban is the busy Indian city where Mukunda and his friend, Jitendra, purposely spent the day with no money or food, and were able to eat lavishly and had their train fare paid for.

Ranchi Schoolappears in non-fiction

Yogananda founded the Ranchi school for boys, which had a focus on kriya yoga, math and spirituality...

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