Sustainable Development Driven by Eternal Values
(The biography of Shree Sahajanand Saraswati Maharaj, also known as Shree Digambardas Maharaj)
by Kamalesh Ashok Joshi
ABOUT THE BOOK:
This book describes the gigantic effort of a successful social transformation brought about in a difficult terrain on the west coast of India. It also explores how the success of this effort has been based on the philosophy of eternal values of humanity preached by the saint, Shree Sahajanand Saraswati Maharaj. He has stressed that for any development to be sustainable it must be based on values which are eternal.
The story also explains that, contrary to what is believed by many, success in spiritual and temporal worlds are but two sides of the same coin.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Kamalesh Joshi has been fortunate enough to be the recipient of the grace of Shree Sahajanand Saraswati Maharaj from an early age.
Born in Kolhapur (India), Kamalesh was educated at Mumbai. He holds a degree in Textile Engineering from VJTI and post-graduate study in Operations Management from NITIE. His career has taken him across most of India and to more than 25 countries across the globe. Today, he runs his own venture in Management Consulting and Chemical Trading.
Kamalesh, an avid sports enthusiast, has a keen interest in History, Geography, Economics and Sciences. He is married to Kalindi and they have a son, Sumedh. Kamalesh stays with his family and parents at Mumbai.
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