Petals Of Love
Although ?Petals of Love? is a work of fiction, into its fold have crept in, almost surreptitiously, a lot of Hindu philosophy, and particularly, the Americans? enduring love for Lord Jagannatha of Puri in Orissa. Lord Jagannatha, though regarded as a famous deity in Hindu pantheon, had attracted sincere devotees from all castes, creeds and religions. He symbolises secularism and true love, cutting across the narrow barrier of religion, bigotry and religious fanaticism which have threatened the very democratic fabric of this secular country. Along with the near life portrait of western life, Indian life is also portrayed with benign suggestions for reform and scientific approach to religion and life as such. ?Petals of Love? is an original English fiction, the outcome of intensive research and interaction with foreigners and hippies who have been visiting India, particularly Bhubaneswar and Puri in Orissa, with a genuine quest and interest in the culture and heritage of ancient country like India.
Guaranteed Safe Checkout