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Technology for Revolution (eBook)

Opportunity for a New Religion and a New Society
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Genre: Politics & Society, Religion & Spirituality
Language: English
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“Technology for Revolution: Opportunity for a New Religion and a New Society” is a treatise on religious and social reform. It is an attempt to create a blue print for the route map to a happy, healthy, peaceful, progressive, prosperous, creative and constructive world. The book advocates that ultimate social peace and individual mental bliss and freedom cannot be achieved without adopting a spiritual way of life with a sense of justice. It explores the issues with which the human society is afflicted at present and then goes on to suggests a new model of governance and administration utilizing the opportunity made available by the changes in the information and communication technology.

The author suggests that the root cause of almost all the sociopolitical issues are linked to the degeneration and corruption in the religious and spiritual values which results in an overall degradation of the social ethics. It delves deep into the issue of corruption and degeneration of all the religious practices across the globe. It exposes how religious practices have completely abandoned Truth, God and spirituality and has embraced blatant commercialism in the name of God and faith. It then explores the effects of this spiritual and religious degeneration in the sociopolitical and administrative arena taking examples and references mainly from the Indian society.

Having explored the problem and its root cause in detail, the book presents a comprehensive universal and global manifesto for governance and administration applicable to the humanity as a whole. It combines the concepts of social and economic justice of Karl Marx, the concepts of Ram Rajya of Mahatma Gandhi, the concepts of human equality of Mandela and Martin Luther King Jr and the concepts of universal brotherhood and global citizenship. It, then, blends them all with the spiritual teachings of Buddha, Socrates, Kabir and Osho Rajneesh.

The universal and global manifesto for humanity as a whole presented in this book envisions the creation of a happy, healthy, peaceful, progressive, prosperous, creative and constructive world. The ideals and optimism projected through this manifesto might initially appear to be “Utopian” in nature however considering the opportunities made available by the advancements in technology in general and information and communication technology in particular and after going through the detailed explanations presented with every point in the manifesto, a reader may feel compelled to add his own efforts towards the goals envisioned in this book. The innovative solutions suggested in the manifesto eliminates the need to have departments like the anti-corruption, vigilance, election observers, tax collection departments etc. in government and administration and would automatically cleanup the muck in politics and public life.

The book also has the potential to generate controversy as it has ruthlessly dissected the commercialism, irrationality and evils in almost all the major religious practices across the globe. The author seems to be aware of the dangerous consequences as a result of his direct attack on the people running their massive business empires in the name of religion however he seems to be prepared to face the treatments similar to what Socrates, Meera or Mansur al Hallaj had to face. Considering what Salman Rushdie or Taslima Nasreen had to go through for much more subtle expressions, the author seems to be inviting a serious trouble for himself despite his pious and altruistic motives behind writing whatever he has presented through this book.

About the Author

Mithilesh has been an engineer and business manager with 25+ years of post qualification professional experience. He has worked with some of the globally reputed large business organizations including the companies like Lurgi, Jones Lang LaSalle and Fidelity Investments. He has worked in the areas of engineering, construction and project management, corporate real estate, IT infrastructure services and related fields. He has held senior corporate leadership positions for more than a decade.

Besides the numerous professional and corporate training seminars and conferences, Mithilesh has attended a number of other personal effectiveness and empowerment programs. He has attended a number of courses on NLP, Hypnosis, Pranic Healing, Yoga, Zen and Holistic Healing. He has also participated in a ten day Vippassana meditation retreat. Additionally, he has also attended the forum and advanced course of the Landmark Education and the basic course of the Art of Living. Besides, he has attended a number of other spiritual retreats and camps. He considers himself to be the richest person in the world. He defines the richest as the one who needs the least and not the one who accumulates the most. He also claims to be spiritually enlightened.

Mithilesh believes in the unlimited potential of the human mind. He has been helping people through his self designed personal empowerment seminars wherein he helps people realize why they do what they do and how to move away from as is to the desired states of physical, social and professional environment.

Book Details

ISBN: 9789382821502
Publisher: Nayee Kitab
Number of Pages: 248
Availability: Available for Download (e-book)

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