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‘It is necessary to know about functionality of your physiological and psychological body parts in order to have any wholesome understanding about your life.’ Does this statement have any meaning for you?

If being wholesome is being holy then what is the Journey to it

In all the cultures of the world but Hinduism, there is no concept of rebirth. Only an Indian has to work for stopping his cycle of rebirths.

Does liberation comes to all people but Indians automatically?

Is it so that what is almost impossible to achieve for an Indian, is most certainty, available to all non-Indians?

What is the life beyond love?

About the Author

Ashish Chand, being a designer and a projects professional, has worked with a large number of executives. His work has carried him all over the globe. His contacts with all these executives were half professional and half personal. Slowly and steadily Ashish realized that today's professional is highly qualified but there exists a misnomer in his life - He is As from being satisfied. And this misnomer, this personal problem of the new generation executive is a global phenomenon. Ashish heard the internal cries of one and many... and the society as a whole cannot be stable if its professionals are not satisfied... To Ashish, the solution to this surmounting problem existed in Hindu Ad'dhyaatm. Once the executive was instated... the society was bound to reap the fruits..."this drove Ashish to compile the introduction to basics of Ad'dhyaatrn.

Preface

In the present rapidly modernizing world the fellow executive has become exceedingly busy - still he needs to find his real home. I am wildly driven to acquaint the brotherly friend with the methodology which would enable him to reach his destination. Now I realize that I have hit upon this simple theory because I was destined thus. It is a lifetime game. Sometimes you are driven into it, sometimes you play it.

Mere two hundred years of commercialization and having reached today's market scenario, can only be termed rapid modernization. Two hundred years of this days' commercial existence is a surely a small speck against the backdrop of millions of years of civilization. Extensive commercialization and intense rapidity are the terms of the present times. Whether the connection with heritage is pulling one back or the living with modernisation is pushing him forward is a matter of great concern to the modern executive. There is no firm answer.

Our society is big and expanding- It is immensely complex and intensively perplexing. Our heritage is also huge and expansive, but it is neither complex not perplexing - It is spectacular. To be a successful player in the modern world you need to have knowledge and expertise. To be a winner in the game of life you need to have only knowing and awareness.

The present day executive is already equipped with the knowing, though in a fleeting manner. However, his awareness is not qualified.

This makes the Work my work easy...

In case of any particular field of study or experience you need to know its basic terminologies and their compelling relations. Similarly, in case of wholesome living, it is necessary to know its basic terminologies and their compelling relations. I have only explained the basic terms of wholesome living to the modern executive in his own language, and from his own ambience. I have only tabulated his-own scattered known in the desired chronology. In preparing this work, I have drawn extensively from Hindu Ad'dhyaatm and Hindu Scriptures. There was no other go. My work was only to bring the fleetingly known to consciously known.

I sincerely hope that my this venture helps the brotherly friend enabling him to reach his destination.

May you start on your ...Journey Beyond Love.

**Contents and Sample Pages**















Mahabharata Retold (Part - 1)

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2016
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About the Book

‘It is necessary to know about functionality of your physiological and psychological body parts in order to have any wholesome understanding about your life.’ Does this statement have any meaning for you?

If being wholesome is being holy then what is the Journey to it

In all the cultures of the world but Hinduism, there is no concept of rebirth. Only an Indian has to work for stopping his cycle of rebirths.

Does liberation comes to all people but Indians automatically?

Is it so that what is almost impossible to achieve for an Indian, is most certainty, available to all non-Indians?

What is the life beyond love?

About the Author

Ashish Chand, being a designer and a projects professional, has worked with a large number of executives. His work has carried him all over the globe. His contacts with all these executives were half professional and half personal. Slowly and steadily Ashish realized that today's professional is highly qualified but there exists a misnomer in his life - He is As from being satisfied. And this misnomer, this personal problem of the new generation executive is a global phenomenon. Ashish heard the internal cries of one and many... and the society as a whole cannot be stable if its professionals are not satisfied... To Ashish, the solution to this surmounting problem existed in Hindu Ad'dhyaatm. Once the executive was instated... the society was bound to reap the fruits..."this drove Ashish to compile the introduction to basics of Ad'dhyaatrn.

Preface

In the present rapidly modernizing world the fellow executive has become exceedingly busy - still he needs to find his real home. I am wildly driven to acquaint the brotherly friend with the methodology which would enable him to reach his destination. Now I realize that I have hit upon this simple theory because I was destined thus. It is a lifetime game. Sometimes you are driven into it, sometimes you play it.

Mere two hundred years of commercialization and having reached today's market scenario, can only be termed rapid modernization. Two hundred years of this days' commercial existence is a surely a small speck against the backdrop of millions of years of civilization. Extensive commercialization and intense rapidity are the terms of the present times. Whether the connection with heritage is pulling one back or the living with modernisation is pushing him forward is a matter of great concern to the modern executive. There is no firm answer.

Our society is big and expanding- It is immensely complex and intensively perplexing. Our heritage is also huge and expansive, but it is neither complex not perplexing - It is spectacular. To be a successful player in the modern world you need to have knowledge and expertise. To be a winner in the game of life you need to have only knowing and awareness.

The present day executive is already equipped with the knowing, though in a fleeting manner. However, his awareness is not qualified.

This makes the Work my work easy...

In case of any particular field of study or experience you need to know its basic terminologies and their compelling relations. Similarly, in case of wholesome living, it is necessary to know its basic terminologies and their compelling relations. I have only explained the basic terms of wholesome living to the modern executive in his own language, and from his own ambience. I have only tabulated his-own scattered known in the desired chronology. In preparing this work, I have drawn extensively from Hindu Ad'dhyaatm and Hindu Scriptures. There was no other go. My work was only to bring the fleetingly known to consciously known.

I sincerely hope that my this venture helps the brotherly friend enabling him to reach his destination.

May you start on your ...Journey Beyond Love.

**Contents and Sample Pages**















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