CHENNAI: Former Union minister P Chidambaram on Sunday released a book titled Arpudhar (My experience with Sadhguru) on Swamy Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev.
Chidambaram said he was inspired by four or five of his teachers. If a man could be inspired by teachers who were in his life for a few years, a writer like Muthaiah who authored the book could have been inspired by Sadhguru with whom he had spent over 25 years, he said. “The book reveals that Muthaiah respected Sadhguru more than his mother, father or God. Muthaiah has written his experience in a powerful manner in a simple language,” Chidambaram said.
BJP senior leader L Ganesan who received the first copy, said literature and spiritualism united people. Explaining the title of the book, he said ‘Arpudhar’ meant God as per the Saiva siddhantha noorpadhippu kazhagam dictionary. He said it is very difficult to communicate spiritual experience, but Muthaiah had done it well. He said silence, cleanliness, discipline and punctuality were the reasons behind the success of Isha Foundation.