A free ebook featuring K.K.'s commentary on the epic Indian tale, the Ramayana
An exclusive video podcast about the Westerners' first introduction to the Ramayana from Krishna Das, Rameshwar Das & Raghu Markus.
Meet K.K. Sah, Who Introduced Ram Dass, Krishna Das, and Larry Brilliant to their Guru, Neem Karoli Baba
"When I had my first darshan with my Guru, Neem Karoli Baba (Maharajji), K.K. Sah was my translator—the first person I met from Maharajji’s family of devotees.
When Maharajji had K.K. take me into his home, he also had him take me into his heart. K.K. became my brother. I truly felt the bond beyond this lifetime with K.K., something I had never before felt. He was never impressed with my western credentials. Instead, we had unconditional love.
Deva Bhumi, this book from K.K. Sah, is a gift from the immense heart of the region in northern India known as the Kumaon. It’s K.K.’s story of growing up in the lap of the siddhas.
Above all, this book is permeated with the highest spiritual emotion, or bhav as it’s called in India, that leaves us with the feeling of unconditional love and the possibility for our own realization of true kindness and compassion."
- Ram Dass
Praise for the book...
"When you read this book, you will understand why K.K. Sah is my deepest friend and brother."
- Ram Dass, spiritual pioneer, teacher, speaker and author of several books including Be Here Now, Be Love Now, Grist for the Mill, and Polishing the Mirror.
DR. LARRY BRILLIANT
"When Neem Karoli Baba was teaching the mysteries of life in the sacred Kumoan hills, K.K. Sah was at the center of this magic, so he knows what he is speaking about when he writes about other saints, mystics, and masters who have lived in this storied land. Treasure the tales of these great beings in this holy place!"
- Dr. Larry Brilliant, physician, epidemiologist, Chairman of the Board of the Skoll Global Threats Fund, and author of Sometimes Brilliant
"For anyone interested in a delightful tour of the saints and siddhas of the Kumoan region, which reaches beyond the bounds of our ordinary lives, this book will be a joy, full of mystery and wisdom.”
- Sharon Salzberg, New York Times best-selling author of Real Happiness, Faith and A Heart as Wide as the World
"Reading about the Grace, Wisdom and Compassion of the Saints and Siddhas who wandered the foothills of the Himalayas opens the heart and gives us a connection to our own deeper being. It is a rare pleasure to travel back in time with K.K. to the days when Sombari Maharaj shared his Presence and Love with all who came to him."
- Krishna Das, kirtan master (with 14 albums and a documentary film), and author of Chants of a Lifetime
Binu Hari Kripa Milahi Nahin Santa
Without God’s grace, you cannot meet any saint.
Watch Below: K.K. Sah's story of Sombari Baba, the British and the Fish
Watch Below: Krishna Das reflects on K.K. Sah's relationship with the Saints of India...
Listen below: K.K. sings a devotional song of Mirabai, the 16th century mystic saint. Mirabai threw away all the chains of society, gave up her family ties and became an ascetic, composing many devotional songs in her lifetime.
K.K. Sah and Ram Dass, Lake Nainital, India, 1971
Order Deva Bhumi and receive a free mini-ebook on the Ramayana with commentary from K.K. Sah
Remember, if you pre-order the book now you'll receive a free mini-ebook featuring K.K.'s commentary on the Indian epic tale, the Ramayana, as well as an accompanying exclusive video podcast on the Ramayana from Krishna Das, Rameshwar Das, & Raghu Markus.