Living Dharma in the 21st Century

Author :Varun Khanna

Category : Religion & Spirituality

ISBN No :9781618130037

Language :English

Formats: ePub



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Varun Khanna, a budding spiritual researcher with deep roots in Western society and a solid foundation in Indian customs and traditions explains in simple terms the modern rules for living a life full of Dharma. The word Dharma is a "combination of righteous living and duty". Varun explains the meaning of living a righteous life in the 21st Century. You are living in a world that is full of contradictions and choosing the right path to lead one's life is not always easy. Varun lays down some simple rules for righteous living. A beautifully written truth from a scholar and researcher... a must read.

Varun Khanna was born in the United States, and was raised to appreciate Indian culture and values by his parents. After completing the Pre-Medicine course and majoring in Mathematics at Saint Louis University while pursuing his interest in Neuroscience, he became fascinated by Sanskrit and its potential applications in modern science. He proceeded to travel extensively in India and pursued his study of Sanskrit in many centers of learning there. He stayed for a year in Sringeri, Karnataka to learn more Sanskrit and got in touch with the traditional method of learning the language. He went on to attend Cambridge University to pursue his Master of Philosophy degree in Sanskrit, and is currently there.

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