By Ramachandra Gandhi,A Raghuramaraju
Eminent thinker, professor and public highbrow, Ramchandra Gandhi (1937–2007) was once considered as a sage in his lifetime. This e-book brings jointly a few of his lengthy essays and hitherto unpublished talks and writings on topics starting from non-violence and karma to svaraj, brahmacharya and smooth Indian spirituality, which are contextualized in an advent through shut disciple A. Raghuramaraju.
Bridging the ethical, non secular and social, the ebook bargains many unique insights: on how Sri Ramakrishna and Sri Sarada Devi’s catholic imaginative and prescient of faith annihilated exclusivism; the style during which Gandhi’s martyrdom broke the existing energy of evil and violence world wide; how going past celibacy, brahmacharya is a joyous renunciation of intercourse; and on svaraj being ‘a fight for the dominion of self and autonomy’, no longer mere political independence.
Brilliantly argued and encouraging, The Seven Sages brings Ramchandra Gandhi’s principles to a brand new viewers, past his admirers.