Anupam Srivastava decodes spirituality, religion, and ritualism, offering clarity to what each of these terms means on a journey toward the truth.
Written especially for young people, this book introduces the logical, rational, and scientific nature of spirituality, religion, and ritualistic practices, within the context of Hinduism.
Find out how to:
• bring logical, rational, and scientific traits back into ritualistic practices and the observance of religion.
• imbibe religion into daily life for personal development—and help others do the same.
• recognize your true sense of self and your innate strength and potential, which is the real purpose of spirituality, religion, and prescribed ritualistic performances.
Young people must gain more insight into spiritual, religious, and ritualistic concepts. To help them do so, this book highlights etymology and epithets, nomenclature, symbolism, iconography, and attributes of some commonly worshiped gods and goddesses.
The ancient Rishis prescribed various scientific methods and procedures to help us prepare the equipment of our body, mind, and intellect to comprehend our own supreme nature. Discover how their wisdom can help you find your path.