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Bhagavad Gita & Environment

 
K. K. Dua (Author)
Synopsis The survival of the planet earth is threatened due to man's deleterious activities resulting into loss of biodiversity and smooth functioning of the ecological cycle. An action line is the need of the hour. The book enjoys the opportunity of looking into the various factors through Gita to analyse these factors and to provide possible solutions to mankind. An innovative attempt has been made through this book to discuss the verses of Gita With reference to environmental perspective. The verses of Gita have also been interpreted with respect to behaviour, ecology, evolution, genetics etc. This book act as a guide fro intellectuals, researchers and student of reasons who value science and religion as one. It is through the amalgamation of these two that can bring well-being to human race and make the smooth functioning of environmental cycle possible.
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About the author

K. K. Dua

Dr. K.K. Dua, Reader, Department of Zoology, Dayalbagh Education Institute, Dayalbagh, Agra has more than 25 years of teaching and research experience. He has been a recipient of young Scientist Award from NESA. He has undergone training on Environmental education from International Centre for conservation Education, UK. He has also been a visitor to Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Centre, USA. He has published several papers on "Environmental issue" His work on Bhagavad Gita And Environment has been widely appreciated.

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Bibliographic information

Title Bhagavad Gita & Environment
Author K. K. Dua
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2007
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Koshal Book Depot
Language: English
isbn 8186049037
length xii+146p., Figures; Black Plates; Bibliography; Index; 25cm.