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The Sarasvati Civilisation & Thank You India (Pack Of 2)
“Citizenship” maybe today’s buzzword; but it is only a subset of civilisation. Read two books to know the vast expanse and old existence of the Vedic civilisation, still prevailing in various corners of this great land.
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Major General Gagan Deep Bakshi SM, VSM or G. D. Bakshi (born 1950) is a retired Indian army officer. He is from the Jammu and Kashmir Rifles. He was awarded the Vishisht Seva Medal for commanding a battalion in the Kargil War. Later, he was awarded the Sena Medal for distinguished service in commanding a battalion during counter-insurgency drives. He subsequently commanded the Romeo Force (Part of elite Rashtriya Rifles) during intensive counter-insurgency operations in the Rajouri-Poonch districts of Jammu and Kashmir and succeeded in suppressing the indigenous armed movement in the area (These districts come in Pir Panjal Range and have significant Muslim majorities. He has served two tenures at the Directorate General of Military Operations and was the first BGS (IW) at HQ Northern Command (India), where he dealt with Information Warfare and Psychological Operations.
Maria Wirth is a German and came to India on a stopover (that's at least what she thought) on her way to Australia after finishing her psychology studies at Hamburg University She visited the Ardha Kumbha Mela in Haridwar in April 1980 where she met Sri
Anandamayi Ma and Devaraha Baba, two renowned saints. With their blessings, she continued to live in India and never went to Australia! She dived into India's spiritua/ traditions, sharing her insights with
German readers through articles and books. For long, she was convinced that every Indian knows and treasures his great heritage. However, when in recent years, she noticed that there seemed to be a
concerted effort to prevent even Indians (and the world) from knowing how valuable this ancient Indian heritage is, she started to point out the unique value of Indian traditions also in English language.