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Kundalini, A Unique Vedic Perspective: The Life and Teaching of Swami Pranvanada, Pranvananda Saraswati

 
G D Bakshi (Author)
Synopsis Swami Pranvananda Saraswati, d. 1991, sage from Bengal, India.
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About the author

G D Bakshi

Brigadier G D Bakshi, VSM is a graduate of the National Defence Academy. He did his early schooling from St. Aloysius School Jabalpur. He holds a Masters degree in Defence Science and an M.Phil in Defence and Strategic Studies from the University of Madras. He taught for three years each at the Indian Military Academy Dehradun, and the prestigious Defence Services Staff College at Wellington. He is an Associate Member of the Institute of Defence Studies and Analysis and is a prolific writer on matters military. He has authored six books and written several papers for prestigious defence journals which include the Strategic Analysis and Indian Defence Review. He has done two tenures at the prestigious Directorate General of Military Operations at New Delhi. He commanded his unit in Kargil and was awarded the Vishist Seva Medal in 1991. Currently, he is commanding a Rashtriya Rifles Sector in J&K. In this book he brings to bear his thirty years of military study and experience to an analysis of the military content of the Mahabharata Epic. The central theme of this book is the assertion that there is an historic Indian Strategic Culture and today we need to rediscover these historical roots of our military inheritance.

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Bibliographic information

Title Kundalini, A Unique Vedic Perspective: The Life and Teaching of Swami Pranvanada, Pranvananda Saraswati
Author G D Bakshi
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788177697414
length 353p., illustrations; Maps; 22cm.