Vedanta Philosophy. How to be a Yogi
by Abhedananda, Swami
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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Calcutta: The Ramakrishna Vedanta Society A solid book with a few binding conditons. Front pastedown ep bubbled slightly but edge near spine has not been glued leaving the spine and board free. ( can be glued) However, binding is still solid and hinges intact, no cracking of the fep. No marks or inscriptions other than very tiny intials at top corner of ffep. Solid Green cloth covered boards with the emblem for the Ramakrishna Vedanta Society on the front board and the title in black. The spine of the book is solid and appears to have been clear varnished. The front board has what would appear to be a faint white crayon mark. Very little other shelfwear.
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- Vedanta Philosophy. How to be a Yogi
- Abhedananda, Swami
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- Used - Good
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- Ninth Edition
- The Ramakrishna Vedanta Society
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- 12mo - over 6¾" - 7&
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