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By: S Chakravorty | Date: Oct 29, 2012 |
one more thing i want to say is, that these Godly people of humanity don't go to Africa? Interiors and poors of India?
but will go west , why? that's a very simple question .
Soulful orgasm is not we are born for. We humans are born individually for our individual purposes.
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By: S Chakravorty | Date: Oct 29, 2012 |
Jayanti
Thanks for writing this book and breaking free.
If you hadn't been free, who would come out to disclose the truth?
my country India is filled with such Quakers, I dont know how these people get the confidence of really learnt people and use them for name, fame and power.
thanks again for this.
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By: MyB | Date: Oct 28, 2012 | BlueTimeLine
Jayanti, your book is an excellent, albeit sad, account of how wrong a path parenting can follow. I got the feeling that you're still in touch with your mom. Do you ever see or speak with your dad? I knew him briefly.
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By: DAyna | Date: Oct 5, 2012 |
Hi Jayanti,

We never met, but I was a member of the scc, against my will, from the age of 13, until I finally got myself kicked out at age 19.

I was in the process of healing when I read your book and I think it was the last thing I needed to clear my head of everything that happened while I was there. You're a life saver and on top of that it was really well written.

Thanks so much!!!
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By: Marnie | Date: Oct 2, 2012 |
Thank you so much for writing "Cartwheels in a Sari" Jayanti and for sharing the first 25 years of your life with us.

I am someone who has also just emerged from a cult. Having been a devotee of Mata Amritanadamayi - the Hugging Saint - for 8 years.

Another false guru who has recently been outed in Rolling Stone magazine:
http://www.rollingstone.com/culture/news/the-hugging-saint-20120816

Marnie
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By: Tim McCarthy | Date: Sep 1, 2012 | From Bodhgaya to the Cuyahoga
Dear Jayanti:

I just finished "Cartwheels in a Sari" and felt compelled to write to you how deeply moved I was.

I hope you don't mind that I ask if you or perhaps some of your students would be interested in submitting to a journal my group has started. It can be viewed online at:

www.fbttc.org

I will be looking for more of your writing. Do you do any poetry? As an MFA person myself that is my main focus.

Tim McCarthy
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By: viliam | Date: Jul 23, 2012 |
Hi, Jayanti! Your book is fantastic, but why do u not give us news about yourself - through the blog or by another way? Still very busy with your new book and second child? We would love to know what is going on, please...
Thank you, Viliam
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By: windows 8 | Date: Jun 1, 2012 | windows 8
the book is excellent. thank you for everything.
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By: Sultan Somjee, writer | Date: May 22, 2012 | http://thebeadbai.blogspot.com/

Jayanti:

I would exclaim 'wow!' turning over the page. How could this happen in the heart of New York?

I have become a writer struggling to understand the religion I was born into: Indian
Ismailism. Cartwheels ... helped.

I would urge my three children to read this book so their impressionable minds keep questioning. But then they would intentionally not read it.

Thak you, Jayanti.
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By: Karen | Date: May 2, 2012 |
Jayanti, I just finished reading "Cartwheels in a Sari and thoroughly enjoyed it. Your story was very interesting.
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