Venkata Mohan

Venkata Mohan is the author of Sociological Thoughts: In the Light of J. Krishnamurti’s Philosophy, Ethical Thought– Buddha Damasio, and two other non-fiction books. Hehas also penned his autobiography Marriage of a Monk A Story of My Ideas and Life. A B.Tech. from IIT-Madras,he is the director of Feynman IAS Institute, Hyderabadwhere he teaches Sociology, Ethics and Essay.

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What Is Wrong with Advaita?

Books by Venkata Mohan

This is a book for the students of enlightenment, as well as its seekers. It examines the issues related to enlightenment in the light of Antonio Damasio’s scientific findings. It attempts answers to questions such as ‘Is self an illusion? Is there consciousness outside body-mind?’

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Anthropological Thought

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Praise for Sociological Thought

“Venkata Mohan’s Sociological Thought: In the Light of J. Krishnamurti’s is an exceptional and brilliant contribution of the author whom I consider as a unique academic intellectual of contemporary times. I am sure n

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Sociological Thought

Books by Venkata Mohan

“This book, Sociological Thought: In the Light of J. Krishnamurti’s Philosophy, is an exceptional and brilliant contribution of the author whom I consider as a unique academic intellectual of contemporary times. I am sure no one in the academic sphere has so far attempted to explain Social Thought the way the author has analyzed and presented.”

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Ethical Thought

Books by Venkata Mohan

Why is a certain behavior considered ethical? By what processes does a certain behavior become ethical? Why are some people more capable of behaving ethically? This book discusses questions such as these with the help of the perspectives drawn from three distinct fields: Religion, Philosophy and Neuroscience. Theorists from the ancient to the recent – from the Buddha and Socrates to Antonio Damasio – are covered.

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Marriage of a Monk

Books by Venkata Mohan

An IIT graduate, who always dreamt of becoming a monk, married an IAS officer. Both thought they understood each other, as well as their priorities in life, so well that neither her commitment to work nor his pursuit of Truth would be affected by the marriage.

What they did not know was that life does not oblige mortal’s plans…

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