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How to Organise Life
How to Organise Life
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How to organise one’s life in today’s world of industrialization, fast life and diminishing spiritual values? What Hinduism has to say? The Hindu scriptures are of two types: Shrutis and Smritis. Shrutis deal with Eternal Truths, and the Smritis, with the codes and conducts governing day-to-day life. While Shrutis never change, the Smritis undergo change keeping in view the changing circumstances.

This book discusses not only the role of earlier Smritis but also the need for a modern Smriti, along with a new meaning of Ashramadharma.

Contents

1Swamiji on Shruti and Smritis1
2Universal Codes to Organise Life9
3The Spiritual Background of Indian Polity23
4Some Codes from Manusmriti29
5Ashrama Duties in the Modern Context37
6Swamiji and the Four Purushârthas57
7Do’s and Don’ts for the Modern Age73
8Smritis Down the Ages An Overview86
9What is Dharma?101
10Varna Duties and Castes in Modern Context119
11Swamiji Interprets Sri Ramakrishna’s Teachings130
12Moksha vis-a-vis the Four Yogas145
13Vivekananda Smriti Applied to Daily Life157
14Modern Man, Mind and the Meaning of Mythology168
15Work and Its Goal190
16Smritis and Their Application to Modern Society200
17Universal Application of Karma Yoga209
18Holy Mother’s Guide to Living217
Sources and Contributors226

How to Organise Life

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NAE774
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Paperback
Edition:
2012
ISBN:
9788178235363
Language:
English
Size:
7.0 inch x 5.0 inch
Pages:
235
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Weight of the Book: 150 gms
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Back of the book

How to organise one’s life in today’s world of industrialization, fast life and diminishing spiritual values? What Hinduism has to say? The Hindu scriptures are of two types: Shrutis and Smritis. Shrutis deal with Eternal Truths, and the Smritis, with the codes and conducts governing day-to-day life. While Shrutis never change, the Smritis undergo change keeping in view the changing circumstances.

This book discusses not only the role of earlier Smritis but also the need for a modern Smriti, along with a new meaning of Ashramadharma.

Contents

1Swamiji on Shruti and Smritis1
2Universal Codes to Organise Life9
3The Spiritual Background of Indian Polity23
4Some Codes from Manusmriti29
5Ashrama Duties in the Modern Context37
6Swamiji and the Four Purushârthas57
7Do’s and Don’ts for the Modern Age73
8Smritis Down the Ages An Overview86
9What is Dharma?101
10Varna Duties and Castes in Modern Context119
11Swamiji Interprets Sri Ramakrishna’s Teachings130
12Moksha vis-a-vis the Four Yogas145
13Vivekananda Smriti Applied to Daily Life157
14Modern Man, Mind and the Meaning of Mythology168
15Work and Its Goal190
16Smritis and Their Application to Modern Society200
17Universal Application of Karma Yoga209
18Holy Mother’s Guide to Living217
Sources and Contributors226
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