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Aliens of Ural & Arctic Divinity Extraterrestrial History of World & India

Author Name: Pandit Om Khanduri | Format: Paperback | Genre : History & Politics | Other Details

The book is historical answer to often repeated spiritual question, “Who we are - where have we come from?” In a way history of history attempting renovation of  world history by rediscovering and reconstructing Aryan, as a corollary rewriting setting right Indian history that was deliberately deformed, malafidely writhed and prejudicedly wrung by imperialists exploiting compulsions of Indian slavery. Therefore, the book also is historical challenge to such distorted and contorted history still being taught, aped, written and read. It traces the common origin of mankind in the proximity of divinity establishing ancestral unity and common heritage of human race including evolution of civilisation and Knowledge in the presence of supernals called Aliens by Western world and America. The book in Part -2 & 3 uniquely presents challenging metamorphic solution for all ills and ailments of India and Indian polity once and for all and simultaneously a transformational philosophy for world governance. In one sentence, ‘the truth is stranger than fiction’ is what the whole world knows and this book is only that TRUTH.

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Pandit Om Khanduri

The author, Pandit Om Khanduri, is common citizen who has authored seven books in English and Hindi. He was born and brought up in Chamoli district, abode of Badari - Kedar in Uttarakhand (India), and has served in both public and private sectors for long. He is now settled in Dehradun. The book could be an example of how enjoyably ‘Corona Kaal’ the Covid period could and should have been utilised creatively and constructively at the age of 77 years that may be motivating to the young generations to prove that it is never too late to mend.