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Essentials of Vedic wisdom for Blissful living is a humble attempt to introduce the eternal wisdom of the Vedic rishis (sages) in a simple yet undiluted form. It seeks to elucidate various Vedic ideas , including Atman, Paramatma, Karma, Dharma , contrary to popular incomplete definitions. The authors endeavor to explain not just the grand design of the universe, but also ...more
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Published March 16th 2017 by VIVASWAAN - An Imprint of Vedic Management Center
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Bhanu
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As the title suggests.....pearls of vedic wisdom and knowledge

Thousands of years old realised wisdom.
Although very basic but for those who haven't read any Vedas and upnishads, it's a good book.
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Udupi Mahesh Prabhu is an internationally published author, seasoned investor, and media, management & political consultant. He is the founder & director of the Vedic Management Center, Vedic Artha Capital Consulting Group and Vivaswaan. His columns have been published in several reputed publications, globally. He is also a fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland, London (UK ...more

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