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Bisuddha Siddhanta Darpan [Reflection on Supreme Principles] Volume 1: The Etymology of Guru Beneath Vedas

Reflection on Supreme Principles
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Genre: Religion & Spirituality, Theology
Language: English
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• This script is part of a book series, to be published gradually.
• The series and this book will put questions in the reader's mind regarding the validity of various traditions and customs we perceive
nowadays in Hinduism.
• The first volume, the first edition, focuses on the ‘Guru theory’ and associated tradition in Hinduism.
• It is surveyed, whether the Guru concept is a coup against Vedic Hinduism.
• This book will question: whether this Guru tradition did any good to the Hindu society.
• This script critically analyzes ‘How’ and ‘Why’ the concept of Guru came to Hinduism.
• Vedic alternative to Guru theory is investigated.
• Various slokas of different Vedas are examined to demystify the Guru theory in Hinduism.
• The Script will argue the finest critically conceivable conclusion under Vedas.
• The narration of this book inherently promotes Vedas and Vedangas, the core of Hinduism.
• In the discussion, Smritis i.e. Vedanta, Gita, and Puranas are assessed.
• Stories and characters from Puranas are considered to explore various reasoning.
• This book is not intended for profit-making by the author.
• Any revenue earned by selling this book and the series will go towards silent charity and social causes across India.
• This book is not limited to Hinduism and all other religions can explore it for insight.

About the Author

He ‘labored’ in the field of the IT industry for various MNCs over a decade. Now lives a life of serenity. The author doesn’t indulge in social media. Leading a humble life and enjoying vegetarian cuisines. Doesn’t desire to make profits from his publications. Anything he earns from the sales of his books funds his silent charity and social causes across India.
He is a nature, Indian architect enthusiast and explored many trails with his 14-year-old motorcycle 135cc. He is native to Eastern India, residing in a small village in the state of West Bengal with a family lineage of 21 generations. Has a degree in Indian classical vocal music and a diploma in arts & crafts.
During his studies, published 17 technology research papers in various national, and international journals and conferences. He was a peer reviewer of research papers for an internationally acclaimed journal house, focused on Computer vision, Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, and Prediction systems. Invested time developing Android apps.
He expresses his gratitude towards the reader who has invested time to read his scripts and appreciates all the feedback he receives. He encourages reading across all genres and asks people to be involved in the oldest medium of thought transfer. The genres he prefers are Spirituality, Philosophy, History, and Culture. He is working on a series of books, under the same title with different volumes, along with a few other titles. All to be revealed gradually!

Book Details

ISBN: 9789334021769
Number of Pages: 107
Dimensions: 6.00"x9.00"
Interior Pages: B&W
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

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