Prernatmak Vichar | प्रेरणात्मक विचार
विश्वभर में गुरुदेव के नाम से विख्यात रवीन्द्रनाथ टैगोर कवि, लेखक और चित्रकार होने के साथ-साथ दार्शनिक और विचारक भी थे। वह सही मायनों में पूर्वी और पश्चिमी संस्कृति के अद्भुत संगम थे। अपने काव्य-संग्रह ‘गीतांजलि’ के लिए नोबेल पुरस्कार पाने वाले वह पहले भारतीय थे। इस प्रेरणात्मक पुस्तक में दिए गए टैगोर के विचार उनकी गहन अंतर्दृष्टि और संवेदनशीलता की झलक प्रस्तुत करते हैं।
Prernatmak Vichar | प्रेरणात्मक विचार
|Dimensions||8.66 × 5.57 × 1.57 in|
Author –Ravindranath Thakur
Publisher – Rajpal and Sons
Language – Hindi
Pages – 104
Binding – Paperback
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At a young age, Finnish film director, adventurer, and author Taavi ‘Rishi’ Kassila started to look for a spiritual master. He was seeking someone who could introduce him to the deepest mysteries of life. On the journey to find his teacher, he learned the art of meditation from an Indian yogi and met the world-famous spiritual teacher J. Krishnamurti. He hosted a television interview with the guru of the Beatles, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. He interviewed the Nobel Peace Prize winner His Holiness the Dalai Lama at his administrative palace in the Himalayas, as well as the Meditation Master Jeshe Lama. Kassila sought out many famous spiritual masters, including Sai Baba, and Mother Meera of Germany. He was also able to interview Annamalayi Swami, an enlightened disciple of the famous Ramana Maharshi. He met and interviewed remarkable scientists, such as brain researcher Matti Bergström, a man who was able to pinpoint which part of the brain experiences God, and the professor of atomic physics K. V. Laurikainen, who explained how he found proof of God’s existence by studying the movements of light particles. Kassila met over thirty masters of their fields and finally, he found what he was looking for – his own master – the South Indian saint, Amma, Mata Amritanandamayi. He traveled to South India to make a film about her. Now, in this rare book, Amma’s and her father’s interviews are published for the first time. This amazing and unique story takes the reader on an exciting spiritual journey to the inner landscape of the greatest thinkers and spiritual teachers of our time.
महाकवि श्री सूरदास जी के द्वारा विरचित 309 पदों के इस संग्रह में वैराग्य, अनित्यता, विनय, प्रबोध तथा चेतावनी आदि विषयों का सुन्दर वर्णन है। पुस्तक में आये हुए मुख्य कथा-प्रसंग पुस्तक के अन्त में परिशिष्ट के रूप में दिए गये हैं।
“On 15 August every year, PFI cadres dressed in uniforms similar to paramilitary organisations stage a perfectly synchronised march in cities across Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. The 15th August Parade is also a tactic for hiding their extremist ideology and an attempt to portray themselves as a good, nation loving and law abiding citizen group.” “On the other hand, proselytisation of innocent tribals continued unabated under the sponsorship of the colonial regime.” “It is a joint action plan and well-coordinated effort of all the four (Islamic fundamentalism, Christian evangelicals,Urban naxalism and media -NGO-human rights nexus) which forms the recipe that poses gravest threat, where one helps the other to achieve the Common Minimum Programme i.e. to bleed India” “These elements use finance coming to them in any form, to further their agenda….not bound by national boundaries…” The activities of the PFI, the Rohingyas, the Patthalgadi in Jharkhand, or the proposed Khalistan Referendum; or even the blasts in Sri Lanka may look like disparate events, fuelled and supported by different people for different reasons. But are they? With six case studies of events in our recent history, Author Binay Kumar Singh gives a unique perspective as to how forces inimical to India’s growth and civilisational ethos work in tandem to inflict injury on her. Read the story of how Islamic fundamentalism, Christian evangelism, urban naxals and the media-NGO-human rights nexus have come together in what appears to be a common goal –to make India bleed. Are we paying heed?
India’s independence from the British on August 15, 1947, was preceded by its partition on religious lines having a murky history of dangerous antics and shenanigans of the likes of Muslim League, Jinnah and others; supported, either by accident or design, by Congress and its leadership. That Nehru failed miserably to control the situation, in which there was bloodshed, communal hatred, brutalization of women and loss of India’s territory, is a well-known story. The question is what would have been the status of India’s political borders had, say, Nehru been in charge of ‘unifying’ India – that is bringing together more than 500 princely states within the Indian union? We could well have been left to wishful thinking – “Had Sardar been the in-charge of the department handling unification of princely states within the Indian union”. This book, a well-researched document, takes the reader step-by-step on how Sardar went after the task; and how diligently he completed them. Of course, the story of Hyderabad and Junagarh is slightly more well-known. But do you know how Chhattisgarh and Orissa (now Odisha), or even Lunavada (in Gujarat), Deccan States and so many others were included in the Indian union? Do we today ever realise that these states were ‘not part of independent India’? That is why we say it is not only a book for history enthusiasts but all students, who ought to know the real political map of our country when it became independent.