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Hey Anuradha. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I hope 'interesting' meant readable :-) I have read this book a while back. Didn't the author win the Nobel prize too? I'd have to agree that the book was really profound. I think your second paragraph quoted the unique Indian problem. Aren't we social animals weighed down in tradition, accustomed to the ways of life as dictated by generations previous to us? Yes, we are. At the same time, there is a rebellious streak that prods us to live life on our own terms. As always, equilibrium is somewhere midway. Interesting stuff, I'll be visiting often.
hi anuradha,wandering on the web i came across your blog. though i zipped through it i wanted to write to you. it was during my college days made 2 friends from b'lore called rubina and shailja. haven't been in touch but b'lore holds a special place for me.sidhartha was one book which touched me to the core. it actually opens you up to the fact that what we call life is actually an illusion. life and death is a great continum and somehow in the process of so called development we have got all confused. we tend to give emphasis to things which are irrelevant.as soon as we start living in now and the past and future hold no relevance we can realize true joy. though this involves a phenomenal mind control. anyway will be in touch.cheers/abhay
Hi Anuradha,I've been following your blog for the past few weeks. I'm very interested and keen to read more of your blogs. You've also posted some of the books regarding Travel. Nice. If you can give some travel information like transport, accommodation, etc. would help others to travel. Keep going. If you have interest please read my blog and post your comments about how good or bad it is. And suggestions to improve. Thank you,http://uday-travels.blogpsot.com
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