except redemption of indefetedness to the agencies both visible and invisible
remains undone and it is beseeching my attention now. Expression of gratitude is a must and it only , registers one's inner maturity and refinement. Its
converse, does it require elucidation'? At the mere thought of this piece of
work, there stand before my mental eye the Triple Deities. First comes Mother
Sarada, the jnana sakti aspect of Omkaraswarupini Adiparasakti, at whose kind
bidding alone thoughts welling up in my mind have flowed down though my pen.
Frankly speaking, ideas forming themselves into words surge up, and hand moving
unconsciously fix them up in right places on the paper. I submit, in all
humility that her divine hand holding mine into hers moves on the paper,
beginning with 'AUM' and ending with 'Subham bhuyat' - my habit of taking up any
writing work, since the day of using pen. But for her compassion, nothing could
have been done. I owe all to her and it is with her benign hand alone 25 books
have seen the light of day. Next stands Saptagirinivasi Balaji whose eternal
vigilance and abundant munificence transformed the manuscript into printed book.