Title: A Thousand Seeds of Joy
Author: Ananda Karunesh
Publisher: The Write Place
Page Count: 370
Review by Amit for Literature News
Men have been men and women have been women except for those aligned moments of the stars when people exchanged the roles – devis killing asuras and devtas invoking them to appear and save them from disaster. A Thousand Seeds of Joy by Ananda Ji reminds us of those moments when women produced exceptional feats of valour, wisdom and maturity – that, for sure, out stumped the men who thought to be smart forever. This book, as the author tells the readers, is a summary of the discussion that he had with Goddesses – Saraswati and Lakshmi.
Through the introduction of Goddesses and their words, the book – which is the first one in a series, throws light on various issues related to religion, spirituality, science and our universe in general. It also deals with many issues which might be concerned (if we take it that way) with the modern issues of feminism. So, it becomes certain that A Thousand Seeds of Joy is a book with vivid facets to offer to the readers.
What will a reader find in this book?
There are seven parts and thirty-three chapters in the book. The seven parts are constructed with chapters which align in their subjects. Talks on Sita, Draupadi, Ramayana, and even outside the ambit of traditional Hinduism, of Mary, of Eve and of ladies from different religions are there. This comes as something new and unique to the readers of spiritual and religious books in India – the convergence of religions – or simply the way of life.
From : LituratLit News