ADI SHANKARACHARYA: HINDUISM’S GREATEST THINKER

Jagad Guru Adi Shankracharya (788-820 CE) was born in Kerala and died in Kedarnath, traversing the length of India in his search for the ultimate truth. In a short life of thirty-two years Shankracharya not only revived Hinduism, but olso created a organizational structure for its perpetuation through the mathas he established in Sringeri, Dwaraka, Puri and Joshimatha.

Adi Shankracharya: Hinduism Greatest Thinker is a meticulously researched and comprehensive account of his life and philosophy. Highly readable, and including a select anthology of Shankracharya's writing, the book also examine the starling endorsement that contemporary science is giving to his ideas today. A must read for people across the ideological spectrum, this book reminds readers about the remarkable philosophical underpinning of Hinduism, making it one of the most vibrant religions in the world.

Presentation of first copy of the book to Honorable President of India at Rastrapati Bhawan