No other book could ever start with the major premise that 'Man is a facade of Temple' 'in whom all wisdom and good abide' and develop upon that premise so beautifully as this work.
To him, the transcendence of mental power is something extraordinary. Its wake up makes one reach intellectual power of immense height. He would say “The reap of its turn-out hatches Mano Shanti”. The pursuit is a fascinating one and could be called ‘Jnana Upadesam' when the thinking seeks to attain celestial heights.
The words of Thomas Carlyle aptly fit the description of Amarakavi, excepting perhaps the wants and desires – for one with those wants and desires cannot attain great heights, as this book evidently illustrates. May his contribution to the world of thinking, high thinking remain a glittering light amidst the darkness of this word!
- Justice S. Mohan, Former Justice Supreme Court of India