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Conversation With Lord Krishna

Authored By: Varanasi Ramabrahmam

Publisher:  Authorspress

ISBN-13: 9789387281875

Year of Publication: 2018

Pages: 94

                                       Binding: Paperback(PB)

Category:  Religion & Philosophy

Price in Rs. 175.00

                             Price in (USA) $. 29.95

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Book Description

Book Contents


About the Book


This book is a fictitious conversation in the form of dialogue between a devotee and Lord Krishna in the lines of The Bhagavadgita. The relationship cultivated by the devotee with the Lord is sakhyam – friendship, as Sri Radha, gopikas and Arjuna. Many spiritual, social and current issues are analytically and critically dissected and discussed providing an enlightening spirit and liberal attitude. Articles summarizing Indian spirituality and wisdom are also included. For readers who love jnaana marga, an appendix is given on Sri Ramana Maharshi’s path in conversation form. This book makes one meditate and contemplate and will greatly benefit normal and simple individuals on a gamut of issues and the seekers and meditators find it much interesting and useful.

About the Author


Dr. Varanasi Ramabrahmam is M.Sc., in Physics and Ph.D. in Bioinformatics. He is proficient in Telugu (mother tongue), Hindi, English, German, French and Sanskrit languages. He retired as Associate Professor of Physics from K. M. Center for P.G. Studies, Pondicherry.

He is a poet, academician; researcher, litterateur, translator, philosopher and spiritualist.He does research in cognitive science, philosophy of time, philosophy of science. He writes poetry, short-fiction, scientific papers, literary, scientific and spiritual articles in Telugu, English, Sanskrit and poetry in French, German and Hindi.

He publishes his creation on line. His works can be browsed;;;;, face-book, twitter and other online websites.

Books Published: A book of verses “The Hill-Stream” (Authorspress, 2017)