''The author invested his life in giving this comparative study of Western, Chinese and India philosophies. It is an interesting book because he want to see that all the philosophies lead to the same goal-self realization.'' --The Spokesman weekly
''This book is held to be a classic of comparative philosophy... the author deals with essential characteristics and general trends. Analyzing and comparing these features within the respective traditions he has explored the parallels and dissimilarities among them.'' --Poona, Annals, Vol. LXXV (1994)
''The author's clear presentation along with supplementary material is an immense help, in understanding the traditions individually and also, in arriving at a comparative evaluation. The volume should prove useful to general readers and regular students alike.'' --Ramamani, The Mountain Path, June, 1996.