Mahabharata: An Inquiry in the Human Condition
18 chapters about life and living,studied and analysed from several perspectives,approaching problems and questions through the classic questioning and storytelling method of enquiry.This would not work in another writer's hands,but with Chaturvedi Badrinath,you are on safe territory,since it is pretty obvious that he has spent a good part of his lifetime studying the epic. --First City About the Author Chaturvedi Badrinath is a philosopher and was a member of the Indian Administrative Service between 1957 and 1989. Badrinath has been Homi Bhabha Fellow (1971 73) and Visiting Professor at Heidelberg University (1971), where he gave a series of seminars on dharma and its application to our times. His other books include Dharma, India and the World Order: Twenty-one Essays (1993); Introduction to the Kamasutra (1999); Finding Jesus in Dharma: Christianity in India (2000); and Swami Vivekananda: The Living Vedanta (2006).
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