These and more subjects are eloquently dealt with in the recently released book titled “Hinduism: beyond rituals, customs and traditions” by Vancouver-based writer Promod Puri.
The 122-page book on Hinduism written in a concise and clear manner is an easy reading of all aspects of Hinduism for every level of reader. Also, it is for those whose knowledge of the faith is limited to its rituals, customs and traditions.
In the modern society belonging to a faith and its acceptance must be based on reasoning. Hindu thoughts and philosophies in the book are explained with logic.It emphasizes that Hinduism is not just a way of life, it is also a multi-disciplinary academy.
The book recognizes Hinduism’s liberal fundamentals as well as its history, rituals, mantras, moksha and metaphysics, meditation, yoga and music, scriptures and sciences, the controversial laws of Manu, Amdekar’s reforms and more.
The book is both educational and provocative in the areas of rituals and casteism. It makes quite a sensible reading for rational and contemporary mind.