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The three Abrahamic religions trace their common patriarch to Abraham, as referred to by Jews and Christians, and Ibrahim as referred to by Muslims. The origin of all three religions was in the West Asian region around Israel/Jerusalem. The West Asian region has been a flash point from prehistoric times and continues to be so even in the present times. The reason for this starts from the Middle Period of 2200 BCE till the 21st century, a span of over 4000 years, multiple nations, religions, ethnicities and races had been battling out their differences and viewpoints almost continuously, with few periods of peace and stability in between.
For ease of understanding, the author has divided the book into six parts. The first briefly deals with genesis to modern period, the second with the contradictory claims and counterclaims of the three religions, the third with the holy books and scriptures of Judaism and Christianity, the fourth with the phenomenal survival and growth of modern Israel against heavy odds, the fifth with a historical timeline of Judaism and Israel and the last with an itinerary of a nine-day pilgrimage tour of the holy lands of Jews and Christians.
K Ravindran did his schooling in Kerala and Electrical Engineering graduation from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. He joined the Indian Air Force in 1963 and worked for over 24 years at various stations all over India in the fields of signals, missiles, radar and communication systems. He took voluntary retirement in the rank of Wing Commander in 1988 and settled down in Vadodara, Gujarat. Thereafter, he pursued his interests in Yoga, spirituality and writing. He has authored four books titled Happy Living (2006), Yoga 360 degrees (2015), Sabarimala (2018) and Twelve World Religions (2022). He is widely read on varied topics. He has extensively traveled all over the world, including many of the religious pilgrimage centers. He is associated with many social and philanthropic organizations. He is a member of the Retired Officers’ Forum, Vadodara – a senior citizens’ fraternity that promotes social causes and organizes seminars on holistic and healthy living. He is a devotee of the Ramakrishna Mission and is a practitioner of Yoga Asanas and Pranayama for the past three decades. He spends his time reading, writing and a bit of gardening. He has two sons. The present book is his fifth publishing venture.
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