Science Underlying Conducts Before Bathing, Science Underlying Conducts Before Bathing Till Sunset (Set of 2 Volumes)
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Science Underlying Conducts Before Bathing, Science Underlying Conducts Before Bathing Till Sunset (Set of 2 Volumes)

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Item Code: NAE074
Author: Jayant Balaji Athavale and Anjali Mukul Gadgil
Publisher: Sanatan Bharatiya Sanskriti Sanstha
Language: English
Edition: 2017
ISBN: Vol-I: 9789384461348
Vol-II: 9789384461478
Pages: 180 (12 B/W Illustrations)
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 8.5 inch X 5.5 inch
Weight 220 gm
Preface
In the earlier times, it used to be impressed upon the minds of the children that 'early to bed and early to rise is the key to a long and healthy life'. Today, the routine of most children is just the opposite; they sleep late and wake up late. The Sages of yesteryears would begin their day at the Brahma-muhurt (Auspicious period before sunrise, ideal for spiritual practice), while today, the mechanised era has forced people to work in night-shifts and rest during the day. The daily routines earlier were consistent with the laws of nature, while today they are not. The more the lifestyle is consistent with nature, the more conducive it is for a healthier life. The human lifestyle today works against the laws of nature, that is why man today has fallen prey to various disorders of the digestive tract, throat, heart etc. Hindus are drifting away progressively from Achardharma (Code of righteous Conduct) prescribed by the Hindu Dharma. Following this Achardharma is the foundation of Spirituality. Everyone should take cognizance of the principle that, `not by the use of gadgets that are the product of modern sciences, but by adhering to Spirituality can man be truly happy'. Every achar (Conduct) in Hindu Dharma has been prescribed to reduce Raja-Tama (See Glossary) components, enhance sattvik (Purity), and get protection from distress due to negative energies through every activity. Indeed, this is the unparalleled uniqueness of Hindu Dharma. Along with other Paths of spiritual practice such as Dnyanyoga (Path of Knowledge) and Karmayoga (Path of Action), Achardharma also leads to God-realisation.

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