Every major step man takes wreaks its own damage on the environment. Aware of this, man is yet unwilling to forgo the immediate material benefits his actions give. For all his professions of concern about the environment, in reality his concern reduces to nothing more than cosmetic changes in the exterior which are of no value. This calendar monograph is critique on this pervasive culture of ambivalence. The author resorts to the first principles Sanatana Dharma which literally means eternal order. Not environmental engineering but ecological spirituality is the answer. In Fact this is the only religion the world needs.
About the Author:
G.Naganathan, a physicist by formal education and profession, has been a deep votary of the humanities, thanks to a very early tutelage or gurukulavasa under his scholar-linguist-thinker-lawyer father. His passionate conviction in the sanctity of Nature, ahimsa, animal rights and so on led him to write a small booklet, Animal Welfare and Nature, which was first published in USA and later republished in India.