This work presents to the reader a rare opportunity to delve ito the fundamental mysteries of the universe.It covers various aspects of creation and cosmos.How did the cosmos originate and what is it's future? Of what is it made? Who is the 'I',the individual self,and what is it's place in the universe? These questions have,at one time or other, troubled each one of us. The book is an exploration of the Vedic knowledge. It takes the reader beyond "the Universe of Physics" as expounded by our modern day scientists, and fathoms the secrets that lie beneath. This book is directed as much as the specialists as it is at readers who have a keen interest in the secrets of the universe.
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Rishi Kumar Mishra, a disciple of Pandit Motilal Shasti,was shaken from his deep- rooted "modern beliefs" of atheism and Marxism and was ushered into a "new" lease of life.The author worked as a journalist and also was a Member of Indian Parliament.He has a rich and varied experience as a trade unionist,social activist and political adviser.The present work is an initial expression of the author's life-long quest and mission,so long hidden from the external world.Review:
"The book compels admiration and provokes thought." --The Sunday Observer
"The book refutes negative stereotypes of Hinduism by correlating teachings of the Vedas with the deductions of modern science.The author argues that ideas shuld not be rejected as unscientific merely because they are associated with religion or mysticism.A useful addition to any library." --Indian Review of Boks
"Juxtaposing progress with happiness,Newton with Einstein while equating knowledge and the Vedas,the autor writes a befitting companion to the Gita...A deep study which takes us beyond the physics of the universe to explain the mechanics of the same." --First City
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