The historical background of the present study poses an important, academic question. How could the Indian society have protected itself against external attacks during the pre-modern period? Research-based answers to such India-related questions occupy the initial part of this book to which a global dimension has been added by digging deep into Mahabharata innumerable stories.
The results of innovative investigations into the general question - How to face calamities at personal, state, and global levels? Presented here in terms of a modern, scientific framework, and expressed in a non-denominational terminology, relevant to the problems of the 21st century. Readers from all parts of the world can get a strong message of social responsibility from this book, and accordingly make their contribution to the cause of world peace.
About the Author:
Dr. Satya P. Agarwal is a Social Scientist. His academic honors include five gold medals and numerous merit scholarships and research fellowships at various universities. The Governor of the State of Maryland conferred upon him "The Governorís Citation", in recognition of his pioneering books as also his contribution to social service. He is author of several books besides the present one which are widely acclaimed and appreciated by the discerning readers.