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: caite.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.
At every point in his mechanical life, he has been nothing but a wannabe, however successful he might have been. Your email address will not be published. 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. It's a message the author wants to convey to the world through this story. How can one find enlightenment? 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. See all customer images.
His journey takes him from New York to a hidden ashram in south India to a drought-stricken village to a freezing cave high in the Himalayas.
And as he goes from cubicle dweller to cave dwelling yogi, he starts to develop extraordinary powers. But will Max, investment banker turned Himalayan sage, find the answers to the questions that led him to India?
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified Purchase. As the blurb says, the journey begins in Himalayas, then moves down south and then again ends in Himalayas. As you read more about the journey, you would feel that you are curious to know more.
You keep reading about it so frantically and when you reach the end, you suddenly realize that this is not a book but an experience.
Yes, you read it right. This is not a mere book. It is an experience. 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.
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