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KUCHH AISE BHI

Author Name: Dr.Naresh Chandel | Format: Paperback | Genre : Philosophy | Other Details

In this book written in Hindi, concepts are explained in various contexts that are not very common. Some concepts appear to be so ordinary that their word forms are used in daily communication without any information about their true nature. ‘Is’ is one such example. It is more recognised as a word only. The nature of concept related to this word evokes a lot of curiosity. In the same manner, common words like why, where, but etc. carry a very interesting nature in the form of concepts. While interpreting varied nature of these concepts the book reveals some new identities of their related explanations. It is really amazing to find the concepts in new contexts.

Concepts are examples of active existence. In their inactive form also the concepts possess potential of invisible energy. They also possess psychological waves with specific frequencies. Once they are active they are influenced by the time of reference, condition and also use the mechanism of fluctuation of frequencies to be more effective. This is true for most of the concepts and this book incorporates such interpretations for the concepts included here. While doing so, their role in the cognitive process is also discussed. Some dimensions are so new that the concepts seem to generate new thoughts in the process. In communication, words are the carrier of our thoughts. Simple and tricky use of words for conveying thoughts makes communication both simple and complex. The inherent nature of concepts at that level is hardly seriously recognised. This background and invisible meaning are explained very clearly in the book.

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Dr. Naresh Chandel

Naresh Chandel, after obtaining the degree of Doctor of Philosophy from University of Rajasthan, Jaipur taught Psychology for a long time. Along-with Psychology he has been interested in scientific spiritualism. He has deeply studied the spiritual and scientific aspects of consciousness along with its theoretical dimension. During this course he developed interest in the interpretation of concepts in different ways. Identification of new dimensions of conceptual sensitivity has been the subject of his theoretical research.

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