I am a spiritual writer. My writings highlight how Hindus search God and integrate lessons from ancient Indian literature with contemporary relevance. Out of the numerous routes available to reach God, I am attracted to Bhakti Yoga and consider continual remembrance of God the finest way of recognizing our relationship with him. Besides Indian spirituality and philosophy, I am engaged in the independent study of classical music.
About My Book
Devotional Hinduism: Creating Impressions for God touches the core of Hindu spirituality by presenting its devotional feel, which involves directly connecting to God through the surrender of everyday actions or a love affair with the Divine. While exploring the spiritual choices that are available to practicing Hindus, techniques for remembering the Personal God, and our relationship with Nature, Devotional Hinduism offers tips to college students and employees seeking to incorporate Eastern wisdom in their professional lives.
The book explains why saints keep requesting for more and more bhakti, why a single chant of the Lord's name is considered sufficient for liberation, how people adore Vishnu and his incarnations, Shiva and Durga, how our style of interaction with society can help us transcend nature, why our approach of selecting a major in college correlates with our spiritual realization, what happens when love becomes complete surrender, and lots more.
This original presentation of Hindu spirituality, knowledge from the Gita, and commonly circulated thoughts from the Bhakti Saints also shares my personal beliefs. It is available online at Amazon and iUniverse (ISBN: 0-595-50524-4).