The Puraanic Gods Goddesses & Their Incarnations - II

The Puraanic Gods Goddesses & Their Incarnations - II : Divinities of Today's Popular Hinduism - II

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While working, both in industry as well as academia, I came across the fact that young Hindus have no recourse to centralized information about Original Hinduism which leave them with a feeling of not being adequately connected with their roots. The same problem was voiced by Non-Resident Indians and other Persons of Indian Origin, abroad wherever I interacted with them, during my professional career. Thus this book has been written to fill that gap. The subject matter has been taken from the original texts, as far as possible. The language has been kept as close to spoken one, as possible. This second volume in the Divinities covers Gods and their Avtaars.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 262 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 15.24mm | 353.8g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514828804
  • 9781514828809

About Prof Ram Nath Mishra

Prof. Ram Nath Mishra is pharmaceutical technologist, both by education and practice. He has served the pharmaceutical industry for more than three decades and contributed in R & D, Value Analysis, in-house HRD, Works Management, establishing Greenfield projects, export of technology and projects, in addition to establishing joint ventures abroad. He has also been associated with the academia as Director / Professor in two pharmaceutical colleges and guided post graduate research in Rejuvenating Herbs / MegaHerbs. He is member of editorial boards of two international research journals, namely IJRPBS and IJRPC. While working, both in industry as well as academia, he came across the fact that young Hindus have no recourse to centralized information, in concise form, about Original Hinduism which leave them with a feeling of not being adequately connected with their roots. The same problem was voiced by Non-Resident Indians and other Persons of Indian Origin, abroad wherever he interacted with them, during his professional career. Thus this Encyclopedia is being created to fill that gap. This book is the first step in that direction. Prof. Mishra is also author of 'Encyclopedia of Original Hindu Contribution' (Under publishing).show more