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AuthorHouse, Dec 1, 2003 - Fiction - 328 pages
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This is a philosophical and a religious book that a reader will be able to read, understand and remember. It should be viewed as a "Pocket guide" for all Hindu temple devotees. The author chose to write this book after realizing the complexity of traditional Hindu temple ceremonies and rituals. It is a fact that a majority of regular temple attendees (Devotees) are not aware of symbolism and significance of multitude of Hindu gods idols and various religious activities. We as parents cannot afford to be ignorant if we need to instill interest and create incentive in our future generation. We were deprived of this subject as we started our education at India. Living in America and raising our family with values must include a sound knowledge of our rich Hindu scriptures

I highly recommend that the reader carry this book and periodically refresh their memory.

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