The Erotic Principle And Unalloyed Devotion

The Erotic Principle And Unalloyed Devotion

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Book Specification

Item Code: IDH164
Author: Nisikanta Sanyal, M.A.
Publisher: Vrinda Book And Art Store Vrindaban
Pages: 32
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 7" X 4.9"
Weight 40 gm

Book Description


An erudite scholar like late Dr. Bhandarkar erred when he gave vent to his expression that the worship of Rama has a more ethical representation than that of Krishna, especially, in reference to the latter's Amorous Exploits. So it is no wonder if the observers of the West are naturally found to subscribe to a wrong opinion when they deal with the ethical merits of Oriental Theism. When men like late Raja Ram bohan Ray or late Dr. Bhandarkar are apt to commit bunder in respect to the transcendental Pastimes of Krishna, men of less intelligence are always expected to be persuaded to follow the same track when they try to acquaint themselves with the Supreme Lord Krishna's Lila. With a view to remove a long-felt want, that was keenly experienced, of justifying in English language the rational faith of a true Krishan-worshipper. The writer of this brief pamphlet has pioneered some convincing reasons which it is hoped may to a great extent appease the hunger of an honest enquirer. The author has dealt with many points which can elucidate and clear off the dubious knots that easily puzzle and moral men to accept the accounts of the Transcendental Hero busy with his on amorous achievements. This pamphlet will therefore suit best those able scholars who are very eager to examine the comparative merits of religions based on true moral principles. The reader. The reader will surely find in the few lines many unexplored explanations during his progress of study of the book till the concluding line.

The author begins to assure his readers that the greatest ethical teacher-The Supreme Lord Sri Krishna Chaitanya has offered His theistic observations to the best intellectual societies who are thoroughly and perfectly moral. A brief index therefore will, no doubt, impede in a great measure the hostile criticisms of an empiricist that are likely to be showered upon the defence, in a much as the former is always expected to give out his biased sentiments.

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