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Next 5000 Years Memoir of a Hindu without a Tag

Author Name: Kumar Dipanshu | Format: Paperback | Genre : Religion & Spirituality | Other Details

As the efforts towards rekindling the glory of Sanatan culture gains momentum, the challenges faced on the home turf continue to haunt and threaten us to impede any significant progress. For a Hindu not identifying himself or herself as a ‘Traditionalist Hindu’ or a ‘Political Hindu,’ it becomes quite difficult to find a sense of belongingness and contribute to the process of discovering the grand narrative.  Can this be termed as a ‘cultural hangover’ which renders us incapable to look towards the future and think outside the box? The need for a non-aligned perspective cannot be overlooked in these turbulent times to shake the psyche out of the feeling of being immortal and take corrective measures. As the packetization of Hindus as ‘Raita Wing’ or ‘Dhimmi Hindus’ by own fraternity continues, rarely has an attempt been made to cross over the ancient frameworks of the mind and extend an empathetic hand of sisterhood to our own folks. While majority of existing discourses continue to dwell in the past to look for answers to the challenges of present times, the impending doom of the future has been conveniently buried under the noise of myopic goals. Next 5000 Years is an attempt towards bringing ‘ignored’ topics to the fore and stressing towards the need to have all hands on deck to make sure the ship stays afloat and sails smoothly into the future.

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Kumar Dipanshu

Kumar Dipanshu is a marketing professional with keen interests in Human Psychology, Spiritual advancement and World Politics. He has co-founded a couple of start-ups, runs online Shri Bhagwad Gita Discourses for youngsters and loves mentoring budding entrepreneurs. In his spare time, he can be found either cooking or enhancing his knowledge about Sanatan culture and working closely with young students and professionals, helping them succeed in their career through counselling, job search, soft-skill development and conflict resolution. He is also involved in initiatives focusing on females on a career break to get back to the job market. He dreams of rebuilding the glorious Nalanda Library one day. 



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