A fascinating account of a courageous woman's search for Truth carried to the very heart of Buddhism and Hinduism. Suzanne Alexandra Curtil, a dancer, doctor and diviner left her native France in 1925 for India. There she became a Buddhist priestess, the first woman to enter the Southern Buddhist or Theravada religious order in 800 years. On a mission to the Himalayas, she met and was instructed by the renowned Tibetan Buddhist Teacher, Tromo Geshe Rinpoche. In 1936 she went to visit Sri Ramana Maharshi who dwelt on Arunachala, known as the Hill of Fire, in Tiruvannamalai, southern India. She remained in Tiruvannamalai for many yearsto practise the Seer's teachings.
The Hill of Fire