While the Puranas mention that Lord Brahma becomes an avatar whenever Lord Vishnu comes to Earth to establish dharma, it is in the Dasam Granth (one of the holy books of the Sikhs) that the avatars are actually listed. The common point in Hinduism and Sikhism regarding the avatars of Brahma is that they are seen as great thinkers and teachers.
In this book, the authors, who run the popular website, Scientific Monk, delve into the lives of each avatar, their works and the philosophies presented by them. They explain how the avatars of Brahma help us understand the Indian thought process and India's intellectual heritage, and give readers a view of the works of India's greatest yogis from a twenty-first-century world view.
Avatars Of Brahma: Stories Of India'S Greatest Yogis
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23 October 2023
Kaudinya Arpan is from Sikkim. He is a traditional meditation practitioner and researcher of AI in environment and public health. He has a distinct perspective on Eastern and Western philosophies, and science, with a formal education spanning traditional and modern schools. He runs the popular website, Scientific Monk.
Pareekshit Dahal, from Sikkim, is a medical student with a keen interest in exploring and writing about culture, spirituality and metaphysics. He is also a fitness enthusiast working to spread positivity and a healthy lifestyle in the community.