Seeking God : The Vedic Way

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Author: Ashok Prabhu

9789387676428 | PB | pp.150 | 2019 | CinnamonTeal Publishing

This book is an attempt to explore human curiosity about God and how humans began their intellectual and physical efforts to seek God.

ISBN (Epub): 978-93-87676-43-5

ISBN (Mobi): 978-93-87676-44-2

ISBN (Pdf): 978-93-87676-45-9

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How did the discovery of God progress? What do Vedic scriptures teach us about God? Do humans have the ability to reach God? What do Vedic scriptures teach about the ways to reach God? How did we develop religious practices to reach God? These are all straightforward questions. But the answers to these questions are not that simple. This book is an attempt to explore human curiosity about God and how humans began their intellectual and physical efforts to seek God. The material covered in the book provides a better understanding of human appreciation for God, our relationship with God, the significance of different religious practices, and possibilities for realizing God. This analysis brings into focus some important aspects of ancient Vedic thoughts and current Hindu religious practices to make readers better appreciate the wonderful opportunity endowed upon us in the form of the human brain to make spiritual progress.
Author:

Ashok Prabhu

ISBN:

9789387676428

Binding:

Paperback

Pages:

150

Year of Publication:

2019

Publisher:

CinnamonTeal Publishing

Edition:

First

About the Author

Ashok Prabhu has more than 35 years of experience in the electronics industry. He has a B.Tech degree from IIT Mumbai and a Ph.D. from Purdue University, USA, both in Materials Engineering. Since retiring from his professional career, he has been studying Vedic history, Vedic scriptures, and the teachings of various saints and their enlightenment experiences. He has been analyzing the synergies between Vedic thought and recent scientific discoveries to find ways to harness these connections to further mankind’s spiritual progress.