Sri Madhava Ashish (1920–1997) was a Scottish-born naturalized Indian spiritualist, mystic, writer, and agriculturist. When World War II ended, he stayed on in India to continue his spiritual searches. He moved to Mirtola Ashram, a spiritual base at the foothills of the Himalayas. He also took up the name Madhava Ashish. When Sri Krishna Prem, head of the ashram, died in 1965, Ashish became the head and oversaw the management of the institution until his death. He was the author of What Is Man?; Man, Son of Man; and An Open Window. In 1992, the Indian government awarded him the civilian honor of the Padma Shri for his contributions to the agriculture sector in India.
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