‘Storytelling’ has been an important and integral part of Indian Philosophy and schools of thought. Most of our Puranas, Upanishads and other scriptures are filled with such non-fictional memoirs and true stories. Superficially, they may seem to be simple tales, but deep inside, they have great hidden wisdom and meaning.
Ramayana and Mahabharata, for instance, are also true chronicles from the past, that have been enlightening our future for thousands of years. Such is the charm of stories.
“मातृमोदकवत् सर्वं प्रवृत्यर्थमुदाहृतं”
Like a mother glazes medicines with sweets (Matru-Modakam) to tempt the child into merrily ingesting the bitter, yet life-saving drug, the verses of our shastras (scriptures) too have a concealed divine intention. They give some bitter, but true insights in the form of sweet and interesting tales.
This book too contains some stories flavoured with riveting twists, suspense, thrill, emotions, absorbing dialogues, which are analogical to or exact out of some real incidents of life of Arun Singh KRANTI. The underlying mission of these snippets is to enlighten the consciousness of readers.
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