Mother of Sweet Bliss
A simplified version of Amma's biography that is appropriate for younger readers. This is the true story of Sudhamani, a girl who grew up in a fishing village by the sea in southern India. From birth she was special. She spent hours singing songs to Krishna. She showered compassion on everyone she met and helped them however she could.
Since her mother was ill, she had to quit school and do all the housework for her large family. In her teens she spent more and more time immersed in thoughts of God, enduring suffering and complete rejection from her family. Still, she continued her spiritual practices until her oneness with the Divine became obvious to the villagers.
Today she is known as Amma or Mata Amritanandamayi to her many devotees. As she tours the world, thousands seek the blessing of her embrace. A wonderful story that will delight your children.
150 pages with black and white illustrations.