FRYDMAN, Maurycy

FRYDMAN, Maurycy (Maurice Fr.; Swami Bharatananda). Warsaw 20.10.1901 — Bombay 9.3.1976. Polish Engineer converted to Hinduism. He came to India in the late 1930s as a Jewish refugee from Warsaw and spent the rest of his life there. Worked as managing director of Mysore State Government Electrical Factory in Bangalore, soon interested in Indian thought, became a disciple of Gandhi and participated in the freedom movement in Aundh. In Bombay he supported the career of —> Dynowska.

Publications: The World Federation and the Indian National Congress. Aundh 1944.

– “Man and Machine”, Gandhiji, His Life and Work. Bombay 1944., 140-150

– Edited and translated: I Am That, Talks with Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. Bombay 1973, 2nd ed. 475 p. 2012.

Sources: * with photo (in Polish); Wikipedia.

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