Mumbai Kitchen

by Joan Greenblatt

For one week in June, 1999, we hosted Sri Ranjit Maharaj, a brother disciple of Nisargadatta Maharaj, in our home. We had never met him, but knew it would be a very special visit. He arrived with three dedicated people to assist him. Naleen, Laurence, and Ujjwala. Each had their specific duties. Naleen was Ranjit’s personal assistant, Laurence made garlands for the three daily bhajans and served him meals and Ujjwala cooked for everyone! This skilled team . . .


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