The Last White Man
Rs. 350/-
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Genre: Fiction and Literature
Publisher: CinnamonTeal Publishing
Publication Year: 2013
ISBN: 978-93-83175-56-7

A fast-paced thriller guaranteed to keep you wondering what comes next!

About the Book
Stephen Parkhurst enjoys a cosy lifestyle in India, working as PR man for an IT company. But when his American partner disappears and Steve falls in love with Sakshi, wife of a wealthy industrialist, he gets pulled into a world of mystery. As the affair deepens, Steve has flashbacks of past lives and discovers there are powerful forces involved, including Kali, the Dark Mother Goddess of Kolkata. About the Author Anand Subhuti is a former UK political reporter who worked in the Houses of Parliament and also lived for many years in an Indian ashram. He has been a regular visitor to India for 38 years and brings the country alive in these 50 humorously-told anecdotes. 300p/Paperback/5.5×8.5″ ISBN (EPUB) : 978–93–83175–61–1 ISBN (MOBI) : 978–93–83175–60–4 ISBN (PDF) : 978–93–83175–62–8 Buy Paperback | Buy EPUB | Buy MOBI | Buy PDF
About the Author
Anand Subhuti

Anand Subhuti is a former UK political reporter who worked in the Houses of Parliament.
For the past 35 years he has been a disciple of Osho, the controversial spiritual mystic, formerly known as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh.
Beginning in 1976, Subhuti lived with Osho at his ashram in Pune, working mainly in the mystic’s press office. During this time, he met India’s Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, and also toured the country with the Rajneesh Shakespeare Company.
In 1981, he went to the USA with Osho to create 'Rancho Rajneesh' on a huge 64,000 acre ranch in Oregon, building houses, driving trucks and founding a newspaper called The Rajneesh Times. He broke the news story about Osho's ever-growing collection of Rolls Royces and also met President Ronald Reagan in the White House.
Subhuti returned to India in 1987 and lived with Osho at the Pune ashram until the mystic died in 1990. Subhuti now lives mainly in Europe, but visits India every year to pay homage to the country he loves.