Buddhiyoga of the Gita and Other Essays Anirvan

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Published: 1991

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190 pages


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Buddhiyoga of the Gita and Other Essays  by  Anirvan

Buddhiyoga of the Gita and Other Essays by Anirvan
1991 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 190 pages | ISBN: | 6.15 Mb

Sri Anirvan wrote almost exclusively in Bengali and only occasionally in English. This is a collection of all his English writings except his letters which he wrote to his western and non- Bengali friends and disciples.The present volume containsMoreSri Anirvan wrote almost exclusively in Bengali and only occasionally in English.

This is a collection of all his English writings except his letters which he wrote to his western and non- Bengali friends and disciples.The present volume contains nine essays, the first on Buddhiyoga being the most considerable. In these essays, Sri Anirvan covers a wide area and touches upon most of the salient points of Hindu spirituality, directly and indirectly.

He roams through the cast territory of Hindu philosophical and theosophical thought with ease and familiarity. He combines scholarship with sadhana supported by an intellect which is analytic as well as synthetic.Beginning with the Rgveda, Sri Anirvan shows how for every Vedic concept or image there is a Puranic or Tantric Equivalent, how the same truths are found in Buddhism, and how they are celebrated by medieval saints. He shows inner links in the truths of different spiritual traditions and sadhanas and relates them to the deeper life of the soul.India would rise through the rise of the great Hindu cultures and the soul of Hinduism is the life of the spirit.

Sri Anirvan has shown the unity and profundity of this culture and to that extent, has become a leader of the Hindu renaissance. He has shows the catholicity ands universality of this culture and how this culture alone can be the true religion of a future, awakened humanity. According to him, science, logic, democracy are all tending towards the spiritual, democratic movement, and when man has learned to be spiritually free from all dogmas….then the Vedic spirit will draw upon him making the heaven and the earth one.



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