Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
Great minds on INDIA
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Great minds on INDIA

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I am pleased to present here my reseach-based book, entitled ‘Great Minds on INDIA’, containing the quotes of the world renowned intellectual giants on ancient Indian literature. This fervent appreciation of classical knowledge and wisdom by the wisest of the wise rational scholars from the West must be a matter nation’s pride and a subject to be made aware to all and one. Yes indeed, it is quite astonishing that all these truths about richness of Indian system of knowledge have been less discussed or brought to light in INDIA. So far our students have not been encouraged to learn in schools or colleges about the timeless philosophies as the Vedanta, Yoga literature, and the likes in any manner which in fact have become a core source of inspiration for many of the secular and rational Western poets, philosophers, scientists et al.

One wonders in amazement why we are not being taught in the schools the fact that Pythagoras came to India to learn Geometry and Spiritualism all the way from Greece who was quite senior to Socrates and Plato.

The publication of this book is intended exclusively for the dissemination of the time immemorial secular and value-based wisdom of this ancient land.

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  • Great compilation. Must read for everyone. God Bless You.
    viswam
    viswam.vangapally@gmail.com
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  • i just went through What is India...needless to say it is amazing... every indian knows the greatness of our country but is shy of talking about the upnishads & geeta in public for the fear of getting ridiculed in the time of technology & science...it is only when someone comes across something like ’What is India’ that he truly understands what is india... thanks for sharing with us this presentation...
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  • India past is indeed glorious, we should be proud of. But we should also be agreeable that people have done so many bad things and the pity is that our own people have involuntarily contributed. The worst is that our own people are exploiting our India now. We should fight against our own people to get India running for the better.
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  • This book will prove to be inspiration to Indians for rediscovering the treasure to which they carry in their genes by the grace of the land on which they stand .I believe India has taken a full karmic circle and time has come back to struck the period of glory ,it will be in favor of our children and their children our action at this time is of most important not to say if we feel proud even after thousands of years to be called as owner of that heritage wisdom just by holding them in scriptures and words (where as no where in action) surly if followed in truth this global world of future will be known as one sanatan Dharma . jai ho
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  • I have nothing to say much, if people from outside India can be inspired from the spiritual teachings of Indian culture, why can't it change the lives of the people in India itself. i think in India the people are too much busy in themselves that they are loosing their spiritual values and what was a 'Gem' to us is lying like a 'Dust covered stone' around us , its time that we whip away the dust and polish our society again.
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