The Seeker By Karan Bajaj Online. Book Details: Language: English Published Unknown, Edition: Latest, Isbn: , Release Date. Well!!!The answer is very simple. He has already earned more than 25 reviews in Good reads and also a very good rating /5, even before the release of the. Karan Bajaj's latest book The Seeker is Gautam Buddha's story contemporarized. Well, almost, if one just had to oversimplify things. Max, our.
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The Seeker: lesforgesdessalles.info back to The Seeker». i. The Seeker. by Karan Bajaj. book progress: %. Use the link below to share this e-book. THE SEEKER. Penguin Random House India June' SYNOPSIS & EXCERPTS. A violent encounter on the streets of Manhattan forces Wall Street banker. The Seeker Book-novel of spiritual discovery of an investment banker who becomes a Yogi in the Indian Himalayas.
DPReview Digital Photography. Outlook India. By then he has already learned to communicate with animals, walk on water, read minds, etc.. In elegant prose, with an energy that sustains and inspires, Karan Bajaj has written a novel to treasure. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Well, almost, if one just had to oversimplify things.
This is not a cut-copy-paste job where you get quotes and cliche words. This book speaks about experiences, changes that happen,doubts that come up and the attachements that refuse to leave the seekers. The troubles, travails and temptations of the seekers were very well presented. A lot of experience and research have gone into writing the book and one has to appreciate Karan for fantabulous job he did.
I am overwhelmed by the number of things that got covered in the book, yoga, penance, samyama, laws of karma,castigating oneself for the bad karma, attachment with the near and dear ones, the way this turns out to be a block, then the divine powers that come to the seekers and the importance of silence and service.
What did I like? I read, re-read and re-read the ending to make sure that I understood it correctly. The journey starts with man and the universe and they finally becomes one, an awesome way to drive home the concept of enlightenment. The way the author chose the plot and depicts the journey is just awesome. I also liked the way the author painted that vivid imagery.
We experience the harsh winter of the Himalayas, the drought ridden summers down south and empathize with Max as he endures it all. Coming to the characters, again, I did not find a single character that was there with out a purpose.
The author keeps the story centered around the protagonist and we rarely feel distracted. I rarely buy books that have come to me for a review.
Coming to this one, I pre-ordered for two copies on Amazon. I think this speaks volumes about the amount of liking I have for this book. I received a review copy of the book. Actually, I begged him via his Facebook page to send me a review copy because it wasn't out on Amazon yet.
He was kind enough to accept my request.
Thank you. It's a privilege to be one of your first readers. I have been a big fan of Karan since his first book. He is such a modest guy.
The story is about a guy called Max Maximus Pzoras. He travels from New York to India to find himself, to find out the 'true' meaning of life, to be one with the higher energy, to become enlightened. The story forces you to imagine the characters. I imagined Max with a blue and white jacket with a red backpack.
He travels all the way up to the Himalayas to find a blogger who is rumored to have found enlightenment. Then, he goes to a remote village in South India to live in an ashram.
It was hit by drought and he had to live on air literally. He discovers a lot about himself, learned yoga asanas, meditation and the power of silence. He heads back to the Himalayas to live in a cave.
He had frequent encounters with wild beers. By then he has already learned to communicate with animals, walk on water, read minds, etc.. He comes down from the cave to an old shelter and starts helping tourists and travelers.
The plots have been exceptionally written. You will come up with vivid imaginations. It's not one straight fiction. It's a message the author wants to convey to the world through this story. How can one find enlightenment?
Is it by meditating and doing yoga or does it has to do with one's Karma or actions?
What makes a human, super-human? Can anyone become a super-human? I have read a lot of books on enlightenment mostly non-fiction but this is perhaps the first and only fiction book available that talks about enlightenment.
This book has changed my life.
Karan has opened up a whole new chapter in my life with this book. I am not sure what you intentions were with this book, but you have changed one life.
So kudos to that! I am the seeker. I started doing my research on MetaPhysics, the first branch of philosophy that talks about the conscience, the higher mind, or the being. Just yesterday, I enrolled myself for an online doctorate Ph. It's a whole new chapter in my life.
Thank you; Karan, for writing this book. Every one of us has been born to fulfill a particular purpose, to touch lives and you surely have done it with this book in an exceptional way. This book is written for all ages. Make your children read it. They need to learn why they were born, what they should expect from life.
Elders should definitely read it.
Life is not what we perceive. It's much more beautiful. Read this book. It will change your life. See all reviews.
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