The book deals with the problem of death as well as the problem of life. Avoiding the traditional approach to Death which consists of a description of the After-Death condition, the author has tried to find a solution for the problems of survival and reincarnation, of Communication with the dead and of the Interval between two lives. He has also dealt with the problem of separation which Death poses to ordinary man and woman. The author would prefer to call the so-called Dead as only the Departed with whom one can establish links of communication, through a wilful journey into the realms of Consciousness.
About the Author:
Rohit Mehta was founder of the Socialist Party of India. He holds the position of International Secretary of the Society when Dr. G.S. Arundale was the President and General Secretary of the Society for India. Mehta has also been a member of the U.P. Universities Commission. He has travelled widely in almost all parts of the world as a lecturer speaking on Religion, Philosophy, Yoga, Psychology, Education, etc.
The book is refreshingly original in its content and presentation. As Miss Joy Mills, the International vice-President of the Theosophical Society, says in her Foreword: "We most heartily commend this small book as rich in understanding, to all who seek to probe the mystery of Death, a mystery which is also the profound mystery of life itself."