Questions only Hinduism can Answer

Agniveer
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 Why am I?

What to do?

What is the Purpose of life?

Does God exist?

If yes, why did (S)he create me?

Which religion is true?

Every kid raises these questions in their mind. But slowly, they are silenced by the laws of blasphemy. Because in most religions, asking questions is an insult to God. Customs replace questions. Fear of blasphemy replaces the quest for truth.

When you are surrounded with blasphemies and fear, Hinduism comes for the rescue. You may not question your God. But Hindu God invites you to question Her. Talk to Her. Mock Her. And even reject Her. There is no blasphemy. Reject if you don’t get answers. Accept if you like it.

In religions, you are slaves of God. In Hinduism, you are a child of God. In religions, you fear hell and do ‘good’ out of fear. In Hinduism, you love Mother God and do good out of love. Hinduism is all about holding Supreme’s hands and talk, love, laugh, question, joke and walk together. When you get tired, the mother picks you up in her arms and walks. When you get stuck, mother rescues.

This book deals with 170+ questions that every religion tried to answer but failed. And you would know why they failed. Because it’s not about finding answers, It’s about finding mother’s lap where all questions vanish…

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 SANJEEV NEWAR is a Yogic scholar of Vedas, Gita and Hinduism. He has written several popular books on Vedas, Yoga, spirituality and misconceptions on Hinduism. He is the founder of Agniveer - a spiritual movement that works for equality of castes, genders, regions and religions in India and abroad. He is pioneer of Dalit Yajna initiative to bring caste equality in tribal regions. He is an eloquent poet, orator and motivational expert who works to address suicidal or depressive  tendencies. He is an alumnus of IIT-IIM, and a noted data scientist specializing in Risk Management. 

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Agniveer
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Dec 1, 2017
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160
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English
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Religion / Hinduism / General
Religion / Hinduism / Sacred Writings
Religion / Hinduism / Theology
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