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Vedanta: What Can It Teach?

 
B.L. Raina (Author)
Synopsis This book presents the rich material on Vedanta, based on Vedas, Vedangas, Up-Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavadgita, Brahmasutras, Darsanas especially Yoga, and treatises on the related to Vedanta. It gives main aspects of these canons (Upanishads, Brahm Sutra and bhagvad Gita) collectively called Vedanta and also briefly review ancient treatises and rituals; discusses the concept of Brahman (THAT), Universe (THIS), Self (THOU), and THOU ART THAT; the qualifications of the teacher and the pupil; describes Yogas of work, devotion, knowledge and Patanjala/ Raja and explores the lessons of Vedanta for the contemporary world, essential for peace and happiness everywhere and indeed for the sustainable development and the very human survival.
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About the author

B.L. Raina

Dr. B.L. Raina (born, 1911) is a pioneer in the family planning movement, a medical historian, author of several books, especially on population and health science in ancient India. He is recipient of Padma Shri in 1969, among their awards. He served in the Army Medical Corps (1940-56), retired as Lieut. Colonel; served as the first Director, Family Planning (1956-65) and then as the first Director, Central Family Planning Institute (1965-69). He is widely traveled. He was United Nations Senior Family Planning Advisor in Egypt (1970-72; Inter-regional Advisor for Middle East and Affrica Employers Orientation in Population Action, International Labour Organisation (1973).

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Title Vedanta: What Can It Teach?
Author B.L. Raina
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1995
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 817018813X
length xviii+222p., References; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.