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About the Book:
Both the volumes are less about Sri Vaishnavism as a creed and far more about a modern Sri Vaishnava’s outlook on life.
Understanding the ancient Indian spiritual and religious tradition of Sri Vaishnavism can never be complete without some acquaintance with its scriptural literature that is found written mostly in the Sanskrit and native vernacular. In India today, English-educated modern youth, as well as young Indian communities at large in the global diaspora, lacking mastery in either language, completely miss out being able to appreciate and experience life, and the world itself, in the many rare, brilliant and quite “unusual” ways in which their distant ancestors saw it all and recorded their experiences too as scriptural insight.
Both volumes have collection of 36 delightful essays in truly felicitous English, each one of which enables and then vividly brings to life for readers a deep and fresh understanding of the ancestral verities of India.
About the Author:
M. K. Sudarshan is a graduate of the Madras University from Loyola College, Chennai and a qualified Chartered Accountant. After a 35-year old long and successful international career in corporate finance, he now lives with his wife in Chennai, pursuing wider interests in Indian philosophy, world history and comparative religious literature, studies and writing. His related interests are classical South Indian music, the history of Hindu temples in India and travelling worldwide.