About Author: Aditya Satsangi
Aditya Satsangi is an Indian American author who has published six highly acclaimed books on historically correct narratives that helps build faith in dharma and ancient world history. This latest book of his has all the hallmarks of his erudite scholarship on Mahabharat. He also the inventor and founder of Sattology.
Yudhishthir : The Praan Of Dharm
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Maharaja Yudhishthir has been the greatest Samrat(सम्राट) ever in the history to rule this planet. His life has been glorified by all devatas and manushya(humans) alike. The great Rishis such as Narada, Vyasadeva, Asita, Devala and many others have spoken very highly of him. His brothers, relatives and even his opponents trusted his judgement and wisdom. He was the eldest brother of Pandavas but also a father like figure for them. He lived his life to uphold principles of dharma and also left this world while protecting dharma. Yudhishthir inspires the humanity to follow Dharma. When Yudhishthir is respected then, automatically people will be inspired to follow dharma in all spheres of life, especially, politics.
However, in recent years some doubts were created by those who have a malicious agenda against dharma. They tried to paint him as a weak person. This book of mine debunks all that mis-propaganda against him.
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About Author: Aditya Satsangi
|Dimensions||8.7 × 5.51 × 1.57 in|
AUTHOR: Aditya Satsangi
PUBLISHER: Kapot Prakashan
WEIGHT: 300 GMS
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