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The Joy of Giving: The Life of Narayanan Krishnan (Paperback)

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About The Book

This book is the story of Narayanan Krishnan. He is a man whose acts of kindness and compassion send ripples out into the world that are magnified by every life that he saves - and he has saved many lives. He has helped people transition from a world of back-breaking destitution to a world of compassion and dignity. My attempt in this book is to highlight his great work so that you can see, feel and be a part of his noble mission at www.akshayatrust.org

About The Author

Digvijay Singh was born in a Kshatriya (warrior caste) family in central India. He belongs to the Raghuvanshi clan (Raghu is derived from King Raghu - the great grandfather of Lord Rama and vansh means clan). His father followed the Kshatriya tradition and became a general in the Indian army. Digvijay was more fascinated by Shakespeare and chose literature instead of the world of guns and tanks. He has a Master s degree in English literature from Punjab University in India. Later, serendipity placed him in Sweden from where he earned a Master s degree in Information Science. Since childhood, he has been nurtured on the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Gita, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. The Hindu scriptures left an ineffaceable impact on his mind and so did the words of Jesus, Buddha, Ramakrishna Paramahansa and Swami Vivekananda. He has devoted more than three decades to fathom the world of Sanskrit literature.

100 PER CENT OF THE AUTHOR S PROFITS FROM THIS BOOK WILL BE DONATED BY THE AUTHOR TO AKSHAYA TRUST

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