The Last Palm

The Last Palm

The Last Palm

This is the last survivor of a renowned trio of palm trees. Stories of occasional visitors to these trees – travellers and
spiritualists from afar, many mysterious and mystical individuals.

On the dark nights of the 1950’s, Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar would sit on nearby Tiger’s Grave,
accompanied by a following of spiritual devotees. Sometimes, people
would arrive at the three palm trees and request to speak with him –
seeking advice and divine insight…

Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dharmasphere/92154003/

Filed in: Cultural Heritage of Jamalpur

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