About the Book:
Hinduism frees one from all bondages
Hinduism does not bind to customs, rites and rituals
Hinduism does not confine to one person only
Hinduism does not confine to one place only
Hinduism does not confine to one book only
Hinduism does not confine to one time only
Hinduism transforms every ethical action into worship
Hinduism is compatible with human reason
Hinduism teaches tolerance, humility and gentleness
Hinduism frees us from 'individual-attachment'
Hinduism raises man for 'Love of All'
Hinduism has love as its seed and love as its fruit
Hinduism has no 'Must'
Hinduism is not encompassed by national boundaries.
About the Author:
Chhote Bharany (b. 1925) had his early education in Punjab. He went to Calcutta University where he studied the fine arts and philosophy under the able guidance of Dr. Stella Kramrisch.
Chhote Bharany has already made a name as poet, writer, playwright, drama producer and director. He has to his credit 14 books published in Hindi, English and Punjabi. He has also contributed many articles to important publications, such as the Statesman. He was a delegate to the 'Dialogue Congress, Western Europe-India' held in Austria in 1983.
A connoisseur of fine arts of painting and sculpture, a sensitive student of metaphysics and mysticism, a widely travelled man, Bharany has had a rich experience of life and of the Indian subcontinent.
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