Man

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Printed at the Huxley Press, Madras, 1937 - Human beings - 61 pages
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The Renowned Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore in this collection of essays has done his best to discover the true essence of man. To do this he has taken recourse to Hindu texts and philosophy to show us the true potentials of man. He takes us to the core of the matter as he discusses the inner conflicts that man has to overcome to reach the levels of consciousness that allow him to achieve harmony with all existence. A book that provides us with much food for thought as well as giving us an opportunity to look inwards to analyze our own shortcomings.

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Contents

Section 1
25
Section 2
45
Section 3
64

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