The book is about the eternal struggle of mankind to know the reality of one’s existence. It concerns the reality of creation, the faiths and beliefs, the scientific perception, the Vedantic view and the intuitive experience in the search for truth. It describes the essentials of Vedic spirituality and makes a case for combining the reasoning faculty of intellect with the scriptures to have personal experience in knowing the truth to avoid superstitions and unfounded beliefs to take hold of one’s religious thinking.
The book discusses the aspects related to religious practice such as universalism, traditional knowledge, myths and legends, scriptural wisdom and the afterlife existence. This book is about a rational approach towards religious practice, about applying one’s own mind to other’s opinion and traditional thought in order to know true from false.