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Amidrishti - The Divine Attitude
The book was originally written in Gujarati, by Acharya Bhuvanbhanu Suri - A humble devotee of Lord Mahavira and his religious order. Surishwarji was instrumental in bringing about a revolution in Jainism. After years of in-depth study of Jain scriptures, he could explain advanced concepts of philosophy in lucid language to the masses. His motivating and heart-rending sermons created a magical effect on people from all walks of life. This book has very valuable life lessons interwoven into a simple narrative of the saint's own life and his relationships with the members of his family. Amichand promises his dying mother to always take care of his younger brother Vinu, but with Vinu's wife Tara and her poisonous attitude things were getting completely out of control.
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