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Eternal Bharat: Truth, Meaning & Beauty

Eternal Bharat: Truth, Meaning & Beauty

by   Subhash Kak (Author)  
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"Eternal Bharat" delves into India's rich civilization, showcasing its profound insights into reality through art and culture. Authored by Subhash Kak, a renowned professor, the book explores the essence of Indian wisdom, mapping cosmic processes through the lens of timeless texts like the Vedas and Upanishads. Praised by scholars and thinkers, it serves as a gateway to understanding India's profound knowledge and civilizational past, offering a bridge between ancient wisdom and modern understanding.

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ISBN 13 9798885751537
Book Language English
Binding Paperback
Publishing Year 2024
Total Pages 276
Edition First
Publishers Garuda Prakashan  
Category History   History of Civilization & Culture   Holi Offer   Featured Books  
Weight 300.00 g
Dimension 15.50 x 23.00 x 1.80

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Eternal Bharat

Fascinating book to read.
Review by - Anjali, April 04, 2024


Eternal Bharat is a superbly written book from one of India's most well-respected authors. Subhash ji showcases the greatness and eternal characteristics of Bharat in this book. Definitely recommend one and all to read this brilliant book.
Review by - Manikandan, April 04, 2024

Eternal Bharat

Absolutely awesome!
Review by - Praveen, April 04, 2024

Magnificent, just like Bharat

Dr. Subhash Kak has written several brilliant books over the years, but this one is really special. Reading this book really makes you proud to be an Indian, and the amount of knowledge which has been presented categorically in this book is outstanding. Kudos to Subhash sir!
Review by - Siva Kumar, April 25, 2024
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About the Book:-

Eternal Bhārat describes India's civilizational engagement with the eternal and how this led to amazing insights into the nature of reality; insights, which got mapped into Bhārat’s art and culture—across literature, theatre, music, dance, painting and architecture, and much more. Exploring consciousness via three aspects of will, knowledge and action, Bhāratiya art and culture essayed how life is meant to be lived to the fullest in the domains of ambition and desire, even while staying within the guardrails of ethics and morality, and freedom and renunciation.

Subhash Kak is professor at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. He has authored twenty-five books, of which the most recent was The Idea of India: Bharat as a Civilisation. Since 2018, he has been a member of the Indian Prime Minister's Science, Technology, and Innovation Advisory Council.


"Subhash Kak presents a clear, concise, luminous yet multidimensional view of what is probably the oldest, most profound and transcendent civilization in the world, that of India, Eternal Bharat, the land of perennial seers and sages."

—David Frawley

Acharya, Author, and Director, American Institute of Vedic Studies

"The book would very well serve as a gateway to Indian knowledge and is a must-read for any serious student of Indian knowledge and its civilizational past."

—B. Mahadevan

Professor, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

"Subhash Kak maps the Cosmic processes represented by Shiva, Vishnu and the Goddess on the canvas of a place called Time using the wisdom of Vedas and Upanishads and what emerges is Eternal Bharat."

—Sanjay Dixit

Author and Founder of the Jaipur Dialogues

"In this beautifully illustrated and lucidly articulated book, Subhash Kak dives deep into the meaning of “eternal” Bharat that is India... Highly recommended!"

—Makarand Paranjape

Author, Critic, and Professor

"This book offers a bridge to profound concepts, inviting readers of all ages, particularly the youth, to explore and understand the depths of Hindu thought in the context of the modern world.'

—Hari Vadlamani

Founder, INDICA

"Quoting extensively from Upanishadic, Vedic and other texts, Subhash-ji explains the Indic view of the nature of consciousness, a question of urgent interest today as many debate whether artificial intelligences can ever become conscious."

—Rajeev Srinivasan

Author and Columnist