Tuesday 29th December 2020 01:17 EST

On Monday, 28th December, best-selling author Amish Tripathi launched his second non-fiction book titled "Dharma: Decoding the Epics for A Meaningful Life". The book offers practical, philosophical lessons drawn from ancient Hindu epics and is co-authored by Amish's sister Bhavana Roy.

Written in the form of conversations between characters set in modern-day India, the book provides different practical philosophical lessons from great Hindu epics. In this genre-bending book, the first of a series, Amish and Bhavna dive into the priceless treasure trove of the ancient Indian epics, as well as the vast and complex universe of Amish’s Meluha (through his Shiva Trilogy and Ram Chandra Series), to explore some of the key concepts of Indian philosophy.

What is the ideal interplay between thought and action, taking and giving, self-love and sacrifice? How can we tell right from wrong? What can we do to bring out the best in ourselves, and to live a life with purpose and meaning, not just one fuelled by the ego and material needs? The answers lie in these simple and wise interpretations of our favourite stories by a lovable cast of fictional characters who you’ll enjoy getting to know.

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