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I was satisfied to read the book “Munirushi of India”. I would have been happy to have read this book by my late Nana Swargat Anant Mishra, a devotee of Mr. Jagannath, the founder of Cuttack Students Store. His favorite book was by Shri Prabhudatta Brahmachari. Bhagavati Katha ”, which he translated into Bhagavata Katha. Whether intentionally or unknowingly, “Bhagavata Katha is for the readers of India”? The book appears to have been written by Braj Babu. Mr. Braj Kishore Sahu has already been able to attract the attention of Sudhi readers by writing biographies such as “Bhakta O Jagannath”, “Jagadguru Shankaracharya” “Mahamanab Buddha” etc.
The history of Indian culture and civilization is the history of Munirashi’s life. Truth, Treta and Dwapar were dedicated to the life of the three sages of Munirushi. Therefore, the incarnations came to the world to destroy the demons that hinder the spread of religion. As long as there was a gap between the call of the sage and the descent of God, hundreds of sages were sacrificed, the sacred altar was broken, and their monasteries were destroyed. But in spite of all this, they did not hesitate to consider, study, research and observe the mysterious theories of religion.
Mr. Sahu has written in his book, from Sanak Sanandan of Satya Yuga to the biography of Maharushi Chavan. This book does not include judgments about the saints of the Black Age. He has written two of the most famous of them, “Jagadguru Shankaracharya” and “Biography of the Great Buddha,” and many of his devotees have been included in his book “Bhakta and Jagannath.” Some of the Rasi described in the “Munirushi of India” have acted as philosophers, as some workers, as devotees, and as some seekers and as collaborators in the Munirushi incarnations of India. Have you been able to redefine the scriptural and spiritual connection of some and the path of meditation, such as Narad’s “Bhakti Sutra”, Basistha’s “Yoga Basistha” Ashtabakra’s Samhita? , Balmiki’s “Ramayana”, Beas’ Mahabharata and Bhagavata ”
|Bharatara Munirusi(ଭାରତର ମୁନିଋଷି)
|No of Pages
|Sri Brajakishore Sahoo
|Cuttack Students’ Store
|Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1
|Sangeeta Printers, Cuttack
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