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The necessity which any religious adherent or spiritual seeker would feel for a book of this kind should be obvious.Generally,religion goes by rituals and performances of general routines come by way of tradition,but the mind of man,being what it is,also moves with the routine and does not always feel competent to visualise the vital role that religious observances play as vehicles which embody a deeper significance that may best be described as spiritual.There is a meaning behind every act or ritual in the religious field,even as there is a hidden purpose behind the implementation of any project or the doing of any work.Rarely are religions seen to awaken themselves to the spirit that they are expected to convey-the living flame which they enshrine and without which they remain forms without content. Here is a precious gift to everyone who seeks the assistance in probing into the philosophical depths and spiritual values behind the injunctions of the rreligion of man.
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Swami Krishnananda Saraswati (25 April 1922 – 23 November 2001) was a disciple of Sivananda Saraswati and served as the General Secretary of the Divine Life Society in Rishikesh, India from 1958 until 2001. Author of more than 40 texts, and lecturing extensively, on yoga, religion, and metaphysics, Krishnananda was a prolific theologian, saint, yogi and philosopher.
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