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The Study of Indian History and Culture - Vol - 12 of 18 General Editor - Shripad Kulkarni The Brahman: The Fount of Eternal Human Culture This book is a testimony to the great studiousness of its author His learning is multi-dimensional. His comparative valuation of ideas and objects is wise. He has mature understanding of widely different subjects. His diagnosis of the problem is deeply rooted, and the prescription for its solution is far reaching in its effects. His literary style is pleasant and fluid. Philosophers will find in this book, the old philosophical ideas expressed in a new garb conjoined with science The scientists will feel that it opens their eyes to the unheeded truths and ideas. The religious at heart will find that their faith is strengthened. The general readers will experience a rejuvenation in their own lives. In this book is to be seen sharpness of intellect, height of wisdom, and a silver lining of practicability. The mere reading of it will be no doubt pleasant but translating its suggestive teaching into actual conduct will fill life with happiness We will come to know our defects. This will help us to remove them. We will be able to cultivate new virtues and wholesome ideas. Political thinkers will be stimulated to ponder as to how social order could be built, and how the practice of democracy could be rendered fruitful This book will adorn the libraries of the intellectual, and inspire them at least to think anew This is the success of this vitally important book. Published on 1997 Available in ENGLISH and MARATHI Hardcover, Pages: 366 Publisher: Shri Bhagwan Vedvyasa Itihasa Samshodhana Mandir (BHISHMA)

Vol 12 - The Brahman


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