How to Live a Fruitful Hundred Years gives the readers a first hand
account of 'near death' experience four times in the life of the author. These
valuable experiences are reckoned as incentives to live and how it is possible
to escape death by manipulating the events to happen. It includes a paragraph on
intimate conversation with Shri Jai Prakash Narain on the subject of 'Life after
death' and also as to how the 'Soul' which is immortal re-entered the mortal
frame of Shri Narain on a command signal given by the brain which was still
alive although his heart had stopped.
An interesting paragraph is devoted to the conversation which the author was privileged to have with Mahatma Gandhi in January 1934 when a terrible earthquake visited Bihar causing great damage to life and property in Monghyr, Muzaffarpur and Patna districts. The book also gives a glimpse of the role of meditation, the values of balanced diet and exercise in prolonging longevity. Finally, an interesting account of the role of genetic engineering in prolonging human life, based on scientific knowledge emanating from future research is included to give
a finishing touch in this book by building the concept of what may be
called a'Biological Clock'.
About the Autor:
Lala Surajnandan prasad obtained MBBS, DCJ (Lond), FRCP
(Edin), FAAP (Hon), FAMS. He has worked as Director & Prof., Paediatrics,
Prince of Wales Medical College. He has been Editor-in-Chief, Robinson and
Prasad's Textbook of Paediatrics 1974. Pradad's book has been awarded first
prize in category of English medical books; Publications, Research papers, and
was awarded Padma Shree in 1974.