From the Author
As soon as we utter a name of God with a wish to reach him, we trigger our spiritual evolution. As we eventually reach the peak of spirituality, we no longer desire liberation but aspire to love God forever. How does this self-growth occur in the devotional stream? How do our professional decisions, spiritual likings, and interactions with our environment influence our refuge in God? Devotional Hinduism
answers these questions.
While the first three chapters introduce the reader to the popular beliefs and routine practices of Hindus, the later chapters focus on bringing the yoga of selfless action (Karma Yoga) and the yoga of selfless love (Bhakti Yoga) into our lives. This book is an original presentation of Hindu spirituality, knowledge from the Gita, and thoughts from the Bhakti Saints.
About the Author
Mukul Shri Goel is a spiritual writer who integrates lessons from ancient Hindu literature with contemporary relevance. Out of the numerous routes available to reach God, he is attracted to Bhakti Yoga and considers continual remembrance of God the finest way of recognizing our relationship with him. His writings, which focus on how we can approach God through surrender and selflessness, are an attempt to make Eastern spirituality more accessible to the lay person. Earlier, he completed a PhD in Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.