He is a young writer. Right from his childhood he is after true spirituality and a serene social structure. He had read many books on this and observed the truth as follows: ‘The Truth is the same for everyone; it’s the same in everyone. But, the distance we travel mentally from it varies from person to person. That’s why, there prevail thousands of revelations about the Truth. When the distance of the mind reduces and completely nullified, we realize that we are not distinct from the Truth’. He says: ‘Confusions are not created by the doctrines; they are created by those who wrongly understood the doctrines.’ He supports true secularism. He was inspired by the teachings of Sri Paramahansa Yogananda and took initiation from his Master’s Yogoda Satsanga Society of India.
Though he had penned more than ten books, the one which he wants to promote and to get translated in other languages is ‘God is in our land’. The word ‘land’ in the title, doesn’t refer to any geographical region; it refers to the intuitive inner space of each and every being. He himself had translated this book into his mother tongue Tamil. This book got released in the World Tamil Conference held at Cambodia in the year 2018.
He also has a Trust organisation by name PUTLI to spread the work ‘God is in our land’. He expands the Trust name as follows: ‘P’ stands for Purity; ‘U’ stands for Unity; ‘T’ stands for Truthfulness; ‘L’ stands for Love; ‘I’ stands for Introspection of ‘I’.
He says: ‘When Purity is established in mind, it results in Unity of thoughts, words and actions. This harmony is known as Truthfulness. When it is applied to the wellness of all, we call it Love. This love (which is based on Purity, Unity and Truthfulness) transforms one’s consciousness from limited body bound ego to the omnipresent ‘I’.
He is a family man; a simple being. He is the one who has been trying to execute the principle ‘Do your duty and don’t look back or forward for the results’. But he too has some wishes. He wants to see a ‘scams and abuses free’ nation filled with unity, unbroken culture and unexploited nature; he wants to see the above throughout the world. He wishes that India should act as a role model to the world in preserving and enjoying the world peace. By practicing one’s own religion truly and correctly, one achieves purification of mind and thus realizes the brotherhood of all souls despite linguistic, sectarian and religious differences. He strongly believes that through this common sense of brotherhood and love, one can attain unwavering peace in the self and also can encourage the universal peace. His books are written only on this context in various dimensions and depths, over a period of two decades. The condensed version of common morals which he calls ‘the moral tablet’, tries to support the universal peace through the attainment of individuals’ peace.
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