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Book: A Tribute to Hinduism by Sushama Londhe

A Tribute to Hinduism: Thoughts and Wisdom spanning continents and time about India and her culture by Sushama Londhe is a collection of quotations on Hinduism and is the book format of the website www.hinduwisdom.info.About the Book by the authorA Tribute to Hinduism: Thoughts and Wisdom spanning continents and time about India and her culture by Sushama Londhe is a collection of quotations from some of the world's greatest philosophers, thinkers, scientists, and leaders. The book asks us to take a fresh look at Hinduism and her many traditions through the eyes of these great personalities. Organized into 14 chapters including topics such as Science and Art, this hardbound book also contains beautiful photographs and illustrations. It is a great addition to any cultural library, a welcome supplement on any coffee table, or as a great gift for anyone who wishes to learn about their Indian heritage.
The book includes a foreword by Dr. Subhash Kak of OklahomaStateUniversity, who has …

Quotes Swami Suddhananda

Natural happenings have no motive or attribute. It is man’s understanding, interpretation and conditioning that makes something ‘good or bad’,’ right or wrong’, ’beautiful or ugly’. Man in his capacity as a thinker thinks and analyses about everything except his ‘self’. In creation nothing can be created or destroyed. Man refuses to accept that he also is a part of creation who cannot be created or destroyed.No teacher can give you something that you are not. No teacher can make you something that you are not. No scripture can teach you something that you are not.There are two ways of finding strength – either you discover the strength in yourself, the security and immortality in yourself or discover the source of all that you aspire for and IT will lead you to discover the same. Swami Suddhananda