InkDia Books releases book on Vivekananda
Posted on Jan 29 2014 | IBNS
Kolkata, Jan 29 : InkDia Books, on Monday published the book, 'Man Without Frontiers: The Ultimate Concern of Swami Vivekananda', as a tribute to the Indian Hindu monk and chief disciple of the 19th-century saint Ramakrishna, Swami Vivekananda, here.
The book penned by Fr. Maria Arokiam Kanaga, was released on the occasion of the just-concluded sesquicentennial birth anniversary of the leader.
Fr. Maria Arokiam Kanaga is a Roman Catholic priest belonging to the Congregation of the Salesians of Don Bosco.
The books was released by Fr. Joseph Pathickalat, Rector of Don Bosco Park Circus, here at the Abanindra Sabhagriha.
Swami Vivekananda envisioned human beings to transcend all confines of religion, nationality, culture and gender, to comprehend the universality and unity of God, residing within them.
A complete compilation of Swamiji's philosophy from the epistemological, metaphysical, religious, social and educational points of view, the book is a critical study of his philosophy.
The book intends to promote secularism and universal understanding.
Shyamal Baran Roy, publisher of InkDia Books said, "We feel extremely privileged and proud to be able to publish this book from InkDia Books. The concept has intrigued me to take up Fr. Maria Arokiam Kanaga's doctoral thesis and publish it."
The book is priced at Rs 525.