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Yoganandaji's Spiritual Interpretation of this Scripture, (Original Unedited commentaries) extracted from His East & West Magazines 1937-1944
Yoganandaji brings out the Spiritual Radiance and Divine Fragrance of Khayyam's Rubaiyat which, till now, was appreciated only as a beautiful literary expression, oft misunderstood by the multitudes who study it. The deep, soulful commentary of every quatrain by Yoganandaji reveals the essential, profound oneness of India's Yogic Science and strong metaphysical undertones of the Rubaiyat.
Omar and other Sufi poets used popular metaphors and pictured the ordinary joys of life so that the worldly man could compare mundane sense pleasures with the superior joys experienced in the spiritual life.
To the man who drinks wine in order to forget temporarily, the unbearable sorrows and trials of his life, Omar offers a delightful alternative, the Nectar of Divine Ecstasy, which leads to divine enlightenment, thereby obliterating human sorrow permanently.
The author screens the text through His sublime vision which, otherwise, would seems as a lustful indulgence of wine and transient Earthly pleasures, as a Celestial Hymn to the transcendent Bliss of the Divine Spirit.