Monday, January 4, 2010
My book, "Bhagavad Gita and Hinduism, what everyone should know"
My book has gone in for printing and hopefully first copies would be despatched to me by the publisher.
We understand the world around us (including Hinduism, Hindus and Hindu Literature) using logic at our disposal. Imagine for a moment, if the logic for which we are proud and what makes our personality was flawed?
This book clarifies many topics. One can then view the world in a different light. How does your computer feel, once the virus and bugs are removed by your virus scan.
Did you know for example that there is no 'Satan' in Hinduism and that 'good' and 'bad' are so utterly confusing?
And that Hindus do not have concept of 'Lord' or 'Malik' who 'owns' and 'controls', who gives 'commandments' and whose instructions are 'inviolable'?
And that there are no commandments in Hinduism? And that they are not needed?
And why is it that Cow is holy?