Act IX, Scene 8

(Shanker Chetty’s house. K.V. Rangaswamy Iyengar, the zamindar of Kodailam, comes to meet Aurobindo.)

K.V. IYENGAR (bowing down): I have come to place myself at your feet.

AUROBINDO: How do you mean?

K.V. IYENGAR: My Guru while leaving us for his Heavenly abode advised me to take spiritual help from you.

AUROBINDO: Me! How could he know of me?

K.V. IYENGAR: His words have come literally true.

AUROBINDO: How?

K.V. IYENGAR: He said to me that a Purnayogi from the North would be coming to the South seeking refuge. Now that you are no more in the vortex of the country’s politics and have come here for a life of seclusion, I am sure that you are that very Purnayogi.

AUROBINDO (giving a smile): Is it so?

K.V. IYENGAR: I will come to you again with whatever help I can afford for your service. Pray give me your blessings. (Bowing down he looks up at Aurobindo’s face.)

AUROBINDO: My blessings are already with you.

Chinmoy Kumar Ghose, The Descent of the Blue.First published by Sri Chinmoy Lighthouse in 1972.

This is the 3000th book that Sri Chinmoy has written since he came to the West, in 1964.

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