Wellness in Indian Festivals & Rituals: Since the Supreme Divine Is Manifested in All the Gods, Worship of Any God Is Quite Legitimate.
In this book Wellness by Festivals, Customs & Beliefs Mr Mohapatra has revealed various rituals and traditional beliefs with interesting incidents of God worshipping and observations followed by all communities living in India. India is the land of great tolerance and every Indian is allowed to worship any religion freely. There exists one Supreme Divine who is manifested in all the Gods and all religions of men. He is real, omnipresent and exists in nature as well as inside the human. Rituals are followed for psychological and physiological health, longevity, prosperity and wealth. This book shall impart knowledge about various customs and rituals being observed by different communities in India. Righteousness, religion, duty, reponsibility, virtue, justice, goodness and truth are treated as Divine law. It is a way of life and is called as Eternal Religion. In Indian philosophy it is believed that every act or deed must necessarily be followed by its consequences, which are not merely of a physical character, but also mental and moral.
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