InYogananda founded a school for boys in Dihika, West Bengal, where yoga was taught along with the typical curriculum. Autobiography of a Yogi 3rd, enlarged ed.
Completely oblivious to the poor lures of the earth, he was fully awake at all times to the spiritual problems of seekers who approached for his bounty. He would continue to have similar premonitory visions throughout his life.
Yoga is not all about magic and fable that this book makes it out to be. Led by saints and prophets, he eventually takes on that status himself and develops a following that still exists today, as the Self-Realization Fellowship, which is now established globally.
There's a photograph of Yogananda standing alone with a caption, "Yogananda standing with his master, who did not care to be photographed, so he made himself invisible. Entering his little parlor, we bowed before the master, enlocked in his habitual lotus posture. She was helping me with a Bengali primer, what time I could spare my gaze from the near-by parrots eating ripe margosa fruit.
He dismissed his servants and conveyance, and fell into step beside me. Autobiography of a Yogi 4th ed. The gentle and kind-spirited Yogananda is destined to do many wonderful things, including establishing a progressive school for boys, and bringing eastern Indian spiritual teachings to the western world.
After Father had made a few conciliatory remarks, Mother happily dismissed the cab. Rider British editions have been published by Rider since