Human civilisation is passing through one of the most difficult times in the history of mankind. The world is in stress. The situation worsens by the day. Sanatan Dharma: Vaidik Gateway to the Next Century attempts to offer a solution to all our problems.
Hinduism is a way of life-with nature, in nature, by nature. Author Manoj Singh elaborates on the practical aspects of one of the oldest cultural civilisations, analysing how it’s more relevant in today’s troubled age. He narrates the evolution of Vaidik civilisation, elaborating the basics of Vaidik Sanatan dharma. He discusses life in Hinduism, its culture, festivals, rituals, customs, yoga, Vedas and mantras, outlining a broad perspective of why and how these are significant.
This comprehensive work touches upon all aspects of Sanatan life philosophy for spiritual enlightenment. A heritable past, which has been otherwise forgotten, is revealed here, hoping to make human journey viable in the present dynamic complexity. This is for anyone who desires to understand the real meaning of living rather than just existing.
About the Author
Manoj Singh is a student of science, a graduate in engineering, a technocrat by profession and has a deep interest in Vaidik literature. His latest book, Main Aryaputr Hoon, is a seminal work based on the findings from the Vedas, Upanishads and Puranas, negating the Aryan invasion theory. An ardent believer of the healing power of nature, he has also authored Swarg-Yatra, chronicling his journey from Kashmir to Ladakh.
Singh has published three novels-Bandhan, Kashmkash and Hostel Ke Panno Se. His novel Bandhan, based on schizophrenia, has been translated into Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil and English. His collection of articles resulted in two books, Vyaktitva Ka Prabhav and Chinta Nahi Chintan.
Author: Manoj Singh
Publisher: Bloomsbury India