Part 1: Glimpses of Eternity Part 2: On the Trail of the Infinite

by Mukteshwar & Gauri Kshirsagar



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/08/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 190
ISBN : 9781664157026
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 190
ISBN : 9781664157033
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 190
ISBN : 9781664157019

About the Book

Crystal Lighthouse Productions presents a never-before literary offering - two scintillating accounts on one subject in one book by two writers who are a husband-wife duo. Mukteshwar takes the readers on a pilgrimage to the holy Mount Kailaas, which he has visited thrice. He portrays the Kailaas he actually saw and lists his learnings during the voyages and how those moments of Divine Experiences impacted his persona and convictions. This part is titled "Enigmatic Kailaas: Glimpses of Eternity." Gauri visited on four occasions the Kailaas-Mansarovar region in Tibet, which is a revered land for billions of followers of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Tibetan Faith. In her work titled, "Enigmatic Kailaas: On the Trail of the Infinite," she unveils a host of information and exotic details about this heritage of mankind through the prism of evolution, geography, scriptures, and folklore. While part 1 has the potential of igniting a desire in a reader to undertake this ultimate yatra (pilgrimage), assimilating part 2 can make the voyage immensely rewarding. This book carries with it a foreword by H.H. The Dalai Lama and blessings by H.H. Shri Shankaracharya of Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham and P.P. Swami Tejomayanand of Chinmay Mission - all great spiritual authorities. The cover page captures that moment on the banks of Mansarovar when the authors, in a meditative state, received the divine message to write about the treasures found in the environs of the ENIGMATIC KAILAAS.

About the Author

Mukteshwar Kshirsagar, a career technocrat by profession, is a writer at heart. An alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technology and J. Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, both in Mumbai, India, he has worked as a corporate executive with a career spanning thirty-three years, half of it at the Times of India Group, which is the largest media conglomerate in India. He was Deputy Director (Production) when he relinquished office in 2007. In his own words, he has been on a journey of discovery since then, going from identity to anonymity. He expresses his worldview of human affairs in short stories, essays, and poems in English, Hindi, and Marathi. His last offering, titled Being Aum, is a collection of English verses translating exotic spiritual poems of the Bengali saint Minoti Roy. Prof. Gauri Kshirsagar, former head of the Department of Mathematics at the prestigious R. Ruia College, Mumbai, India, is a gold-medalist in mathematics at both graduate and postgraduate levels. She is also an accomplished Sanskrit scholar (Visharad). After excelling as a banker for thirteen years, she took up a career spanning twenty-four years in university teaching. An ardent advocate of holistic education, she has strong spiritual leanings. Her literary repertoire includes textbooks in mathematics and Marathi translations of teachings of Indian mystics as well as ancient scriptures in Sanskrit.