Publication of Second and Enlarged Edition of ‘Sujata Nahar: Loving Homage’.



Dear Friends and Well-wishers of Overman Foundation,

It gives me immense pleasure to inform you all that Overman Foundation has published the second and enlarged edition of ‘Sujata Nahar: Loving Homage’ on 18 June 2012. Edited by Nirmal Nahar and Anurag Banerjee with a foreword by Samir Kanta Gupta, the new edition of this tri-lingual book of tributes comprises of the following:

  • The Mother’s Views about Sujata Nahar.
  • Sujata Nahar’s correspondence and conversations with the Mother and extracts from her notebook.
  • Description of Sujata Nahar’s occult dreams and visions.
  • Tributes paid to Sujata Nahar in English, Bengali and French.
  • Several unpublished letters of Sujata Nahar.

This new edition also includes nine unpublished photographs of Satprem and Sujata and five rare photographs of Sujata with the Mother.

This book is available for Rs. 235 (Two Hundred and Thirty-Five) only.

Those who would like to place an order may write to us at the following email address:


Payment can also be made online.

With warm regards,

Anurag Banerjee

Founder and Chairman,

Overman Foundation.



  1. June 27, 2012 at 4:34 pm

    Reblogged this on The Mother's Lasso.

  2. Sandeep said,

    June 27, 2012 at 8:55 pm

    Memorable observations from an interview with Sujata Nahar which appears in Satprem’s “My Burning Heart”

    Towarnicki: (To Sujata:) You lived in the ashram from the age of twelve, didn’t you?

    Sujata: Yes… from the age of nine, actually.

    Towarnicki: And how long did you know the Mother?

    Sujata: Until the end.

    Towarnicki: Until the end?

    Sujata: Yes, for almost forty years of my life.

    Towarnicki: It’s through a woman’s eyes that you saw Mother, then?

    Sujata: Oh, no! I saw Mother through a child’s eyes. (Laughing) Absolutely. Until the end, I remained her child.

    Towarnicki: And how did she appear to you?

    Sujata: Mother… Well, I’ll tell you.

    Traditionally it is said that the universal Mother escapes all knowledge. She has a TERRIBLE power, you know. But for me, all that has taken the form of a mother, you understand?

  3. Anurag Banerjee said,

    June 28, 2012 at 7:07 am

    Dear Sandeep-ji,
    This is an excellent discovery. Thank you.

    With warm regards,

  4. Hariharan S. said,

    August 2, 2012 at 5:14 pm

    “Sujata Nahar” gets to my mind a researcher of supreme quality. I am reading “The Mother’s Chronicles”. What a rendition! What kind of an obvious erudition! The one “not ordinary” – Extraordinary! A disciple of first order. My head at her feet for helping mankind at large through her voluminous well researched books(Chronicles of The Mother) and story telling. I bow down to Thee for allowing me to read such works and allowing me to pray the Masters.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Hariharan S

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