Family and the Nation

Family and the Nation

Family and the Nation

As we aspire for rising economic prosperity and a strong and confident India, this book forcefully reminds us of the...

  • ISBN: 9788172237271
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  • Author A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, Acharya Mahapragya
  • Publisher HarperCollins Publishing
  • Binding Paperback
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As we aspire for rising economic prosperity and a strong and confident India, this book forcefully reminds us of the values that make for a truly sustainable society, at the heart of which is the family. For it is not economic growth or military strength alone that will make India strong. Sustainable success comes from values and these can sustain a society and a nation even in times of hardship. The book expresses an ideal by which Indian society may prosper and speaks of how spirituality can help create a noble nation and a better world. It provides a valuable counterpoint to the modern-day emphasis on consumerism and the philosophy of more is better, highlighting the sanctity of the natural world and its great power to evoke human creativity and love.

Writing on this crucial subject are two iconic Indians. Together, Acharya Mahapragya and A. P. J. Abdul Kalam - one a late Jain muni revered as a saint, the other a visionary, a distinguished scientist and a former president of India-bring their vast experience to bear on this important subject. As the authors put it, its only a strong and happy family that will lead to a noble nation, one that can be a true fulfilment of 5,000 years of Indias civilisation. The book takes up the difficult and pressing task of setting a new agenda in a time of radical social change. It shows us the path we need to follow to take India to its rightful place as a great nation.
Author A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, Acharya Mahapragya
ISBN 9788172237271
Langauage English
Pages 224
Publisher HarperCollins Publishing
Binding Paperback

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