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Maj Gen Sinha and Mrs. Manjula Sinha
January 28, 2020
The book has just arrived and uncle interrupted his second passion of Hindustani classical music after Golf ,to read your book.
He is overwhelmed with your clarity , originality and vast vision which is put in words. This is his opinion after reading only page one.
He says to me …. tell Dhyan ….I’M PROUD OF DHYAN’ with blessings and best wishes from him.
I think I will get an opportunity to read your book after Uncle has read it.
I will surely tell my friends in india and US , to read this book. God bless you.

Joe Britto
January 25, 2020
Dear Dhyan, Been through your amazing work. Congratulations is a small word. It’s something out of the ordinary. You have touched upon most vital issues facing Bharath. The only hitch is that the one who bells the 🐱 must ensure it’s implementation in toto. This is easier said than done. But it’s a question of time.. As the younger generation is in a hurry and will surely be able to field capable leaders. The Davos meet has seen a sample of the young talent. Sooner than later they will be at the helm. On my side, I will be Sharing and spreading the message to my links. I will be going through the amazing book again and again.

Santhosh Cariappa
January 25, 2020
Thank you once again for your book, sent to me with your sign and lovely message and letter. I have been telling my friends and family about the goodness of the book , a lot of work and creativity has gone into the making of it. A lovely work of art ! I too hope as I dwelve into it will find all my answers 🙏🏼

Adhyansh Jadli
December 28, 2019
I really want to appreciate your work. I was quite impressed with the way you put your thoughts on India in your articles. I can’t resist my self to congratulate you on creating such beautiful content. Keep up the good work. Bookmarked. Thanks Adhyansh jadli

Dr Mandira Adhikari Dubey
7th May 2020
I was really intrigued by the title and decided to take up this 600 plus page book (which is incredibly tough in my scenario) However the topics are so interesting that I finished reading quite soon.

What I loved about this book was that the writer is very progressive yet is deep rooted in the ancient principles of our country.

The book is a labour of extensive research, knowledge and logic. One would really gain a lot after reading this book.

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Sarath Babu
30th April 2020
I was totally amazed because the book is a confluence of most of the religious texts/books/literature since author has mentioned that he has read the religious book more than once.

I do not know the possibilities of application of a book to a greater extent but if it was done, it would surely lead to a Utopian Society where there is no religion and all the subjects would be following the highest order of Dharma called Arya Dharma.

There were lots to learn from this wonderful book. I am trying to mention few of them which I found it interesting/appealing.

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Dr. Manoj Dubey
9th May 2020
This book is very different as to what all I have read in the past. I am usually a reader of fiction and self help books but this one is of the most meaningful reads of my life. If you love your country and make some difference to the world, then you should definitely try reading this. This book is not easy, it’s 600 pages but it is definitely a fast read.

The author has tried to find a solution to every problem of today from our rich heritage. The ancient texts of Upanishads, Manusmriti, Arthashastra, Neetishastra etc seem to have the key for the questions of today. They may have been written thousands of years ago, but are truly timeless in their content.

This book has really opened my eyes as to how to make our lives more meaningful, how to work for the welfare of the world and of course the secret to happiness.

A tough read because of its volume but absolutely worth the time and effort.

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Pratibha Malav, Author
May 28, 2020
“Arya Dharma: The Noble Dharma” isn’t like any book. It’s a different, informative and excellent work. It’s a need of the hour!

Don’t get confused with the title. The book isn’t about Hinduism alone but other religions too.

Arya Dharma is based on ancient Indian culture, ancient democracy and ancient literature.

The book gives the readers a quick tour of the history of incredible India.

Indian culture and its civilization are two things which are very precious and oldest on this entire planet.

Arya Dharma: The Noble Dharma” is a result of a very deep research. It must have taken a lot of time to come up with an idea of writing a book of such genre.

The book gives an excellent idea on how we can reform our flawed democracy in India.

Not just it, the book also talks about researching on ancient democracy to make today’s world a better place to live.

The book covers all existing aspects of Indian civilization.

It will deeply make you think about life, democracy and history of Bharat. Reading Arya Dharma was like a journey down the memory lane.

The book is just wonderful.

If you are interested in knowing the history of Bharat, I must recommend it to you…

Isha Singh, Blogger, ibooksta
May 18, 2020
The author tried hard to convince everyone that once thousands of years ago there existed a perfect state where people were free to speak and the government was ready to listen to them. It was Ram Rajya.

Thus, if the same is built and brought today, it’s going to make the world a much happy place and free from the realms of FUKUS, it means following blindly collectively the hollow ideologies of three nations namely France, United Kingdom, and the USA.

The book is about how Ram Rajya was perfect. How can we build it? How to shun FUKUS system – which nothing substantial but based on money and money…and so on.

There is some unspeakable urge within the author that needs to be heard. I was bemused and confused and relieved at this book. I had really mixed feelings while traversing such a vast work of immaculate observation and a vast vista of thinking. I think the concept of the book appeals for one world and one religion without any prejudices and barriers.

BA Bopanna
May 20, 2020
All those who dream of a better World or an idealist should read this book. Any righteous thoughts emanating from anyone or anywhere in the World needs to be acknowledged & appreciated. This book is one of such efforts to induce people to return to Dharma & the path of righteousness.

Author has covered most important aspects of Dharma & has walked us through what a Ram- Rajya had been then as per Rama Charitra Manas and reminded us to dream towards achieving Ram Rajya.

Agree with the Author that Dharma is beyond religion & applies to every person of any religion and that the entire purpose of all the religions is the same.

Lot of ideas & thoughts are poured in which widens the reader’s horizon of thinking. Book mentions quotes of Bhagavadgita, Buddism, Vivekanand, Sadguru, Ramakrishna, Ramcharitamanas, Vishnupurana & other texts. This book not only suggests ideal way of life but also tells the deficiencies in the present system with improvements required in Education, Politics, Banking, Society, Various Laws, Governance, etc. Reader can relate to the author as he has covered the present scenarios.

Book has touched all the important aspects of Dharma, Bharata, Character, Ideals, Morality, Democracy, Religion, Caste & lot more.

I could have written much lengthier review but I tried to restrict my words. It’s worth reading and reader can take many good messages from the book ‘ARYA DHARMA’.

Kevein Mallik
May 15, 2020
The book holds higher level of philosophy on the stratum of religion and nation building. The author has given, from time and again, examples from Vedas, civilizations, Sanskrit literature, included links to movies, articles, and libraries. The book is like a journal cum research work. Its intensity is high and it sounds well-researched. If it’s understood properly, the book’s teachings and contents can be used as insightful lessons for the generations.

How can India achieve great growth without getting into the clutches of FUKUS system is brilliantly penned down? Other than the main concept of Arya Dharma, the book is a fountain of knowledge and gives various links and hints of resources, the book is good for non-fiction readers and of course for those interested in cultural studies. Overall, written in simple and credible way, the book’s philosophy tries to convince all and appeals to have a world that is not only peaceful but also meaningful.

Review on blog Kevein Books and Reviews (India’s Number 1 Book Review Website).

Mitul, Blogger – The Bookish Elf
May 25, 2020

This book, ‘Arya Dharma’, is a work of very high quality and very deep research for which the author learned nearly all the ancient Indian cultures and all of its ancient literature. The work is polymathic in it’s outlook and covers nearly all known aspects of the Indian civilization from its geography, its literature, governance, religion, philosophy to science and even coinage.

Author Dhyan is a competent chronicler who relies heavily on the available literature of his time as the base for his work. The chapters are broadly divided into politics, religion and theology, culture, laws and social structure. Summed together they give an in-depth understanding of the Indian subcontinent. This work is essential for anyone who is interested in knowing the Indian history. It is a brilliant reference material.

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BD Vijaya
January 22, 2020
Good evening Dhyan. Thanks for the book and will go through during the next month. Its first glance very impressive. Hearty congratulations 😊.

Col ML Shanbhag
April 26, 2020
Your book is really very interesting & fascinating. When did you get time to study such complex subject as Dharm and write such a wonderful book.

Rashi Gupta
26th February 2020
Hi, thanks for the book. Kudos to you for such an enlighting write up. Great going. looking forward to have a great association with you.

Leo Saldanha
24th February 2020
Thanks Dhyan for sending me a copy of your tome. much appreciated. Plenty of great ideas I gathered, as I browsed through. will get back in greater detail duly.

Sridhar Pabbisetty
11th February 2020
Received the book and very glad to see the well finished book.
Will get to read it in the coming month. Look forward to reading the book.

Naganath Bichkunde
6th February 2020
Sir I have received the book it is a Excellent book interesting and more informative. I will surely tell my friends in india and US, to read this book.

Elloji Rao
January 22, 2020
I received the book
Thank you
It is nice and interesting.

Major General MM Belliappa
January 20, 2020
Dhyan received the Book. Cursory reading shows it is an excellent Book. My compliments to you and your wife.

Colonel Jayakrishnan
January 20, 2020
Hi Dhyan, I received the book this morning. I just glanced through it and found it rekindling the deep knowledge of our ancient past. More after an in-depth reading. Thanks again,
Col Jayakrishnan

January 6, 2020
Dhyan, just glanced PDF which you have sent. You have worked very hard to compose. I can’t believe myself that you are the same person with whom I worked in XXXX. God bless you in all your steps of Life.

Akhil Shekar
July 30, 2019
Hi. My name is Akhil and I am truly impressed by your two articles on Kodagu and its history and the path forward. The very main reason I took time to contact you and know you better is to know more about its rich and pristine history.