Naina: The Eyes

Partridge Publishing
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How does it feel, when everything seems to adjust itself in order, and then suddenly a small but very important moment turns the flow of time, leading to darkness? Fundamentals of life may be driven by some scientific laws. But in order to move from this abyss of darkness moment by moment can break anyone irreparably. Sameer, a young musician with full of life showering beautiful melodies to this world, was cursed to pay the price of happiness forever. His life was painted with infinite colors, when Naina entered and illuminated it with her smile and charm. But as a true companion, darkness always followed and devoured everything, he nurtured and loved in his life.
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Manoj, a former engineer and IT consultant, changed his path to pursue and celebrate art. Currently, he is active as filmmaker, producer, writer, musician and also running his marketing and advertising consultancy in Mumbai, India.

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Publisher
Partridge Publishing
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Published on
Mar 31, 2015
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Pages
116
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ISBN
9781482844795
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Classics
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Manoj Jain


Imagine a world where no one gets hurt, a world where no one is teased or bullied, a world where there is no fear or anger. Six centuries before the birth of Jesus, in the faraway land of India, there lived a great spiritual teacher name Mahavira (which means “very brave”), who imagined just such a world. He showed kindness to every living being and emphasized the practice of nonviolence, compassion, and forgiveness. The religion of Mahavira was called Jainism.



Mahavira was born a prince, but because he had such deep love and respect for all living creatures, he renounced his wealth and power to become a wandering monk. The Jain teachings of Mahavira became very popular. He taught three important lessons: that one should have love and compassion for all living things; that one should not be too prideful of one’s own point of view because the truth has many sides; and that one should not be greedy and should avoid attachment to possessions.

Today Jainism has more than 10 million adherents throughout the world. In following the example of Mahavira, Jains practice a vegetarian diet and are committed to sound ecological and environmental practices. Mahavira’s lessons on nonviolence and compassion still have a profound impact around the globe, and he is credited with influencing Mahatma Gandhi, who in turn inspired Martin Luther King, Jr.

Beautifully brought to life by the delicate paintings of Demi and the powerful yet simple narrative of nationally recognized writer, Manoj Jain, the story of Mahavira’s life will provide a shining example of how one spiritual teacher’s noble ideals can echo throughout the ages.

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