The book seeks to bring out the underlying relationship between
physical reality and the Ultimate Reality. It describes man’s quest for Reality
and how It reveals itself through:
a) spiritual evolution, including ancient Seers who have passed
down through the ages what they had seen and heard in a subtler dimension while
engaged in their austere spiritual practices;
b) the wonders of Creation to those who go beyond mere
appreciation of nature’s beauty; it's not what you look at that matters, it's
what you see;
c) a succession of Saints and Holy Men, whose clear demonstration
of Divine qualities reveals a higher Reality;
d) modern science’s discovery of a new physical reality that
points to the existence of an Ultimate Reality; ironically, the same science
that once denied God is now strengthening mankind's belief in a 'Supreme
e) the role of Consciousness in creating physical reality. Man is
realizing that Consciousness is the unchanging basis of this ever changing
Science is changing western thinking to converge with the
revelations of the ancient Seers. Consciousness is therefore no longer
associated with the human mind but with Divinity. From here on, Nature, Man and
God all seem to converge.
As a small child, the author was sent by his parents to an
American-European Seventh-Day Adventist boarding school in the Himalayan
foothills. The school was situated in a secluded area, on a mountain slope
rising to 8000 feet. Cut off from the outside world, he grew up in the
forest-clad hills amidst sylvan surroundings, which developed in him a lifelong
love for Nature, preparing him to later comprehend the revelation in Creation.
The school had no auxiliary staff. The boys cleaned the buildings,
worked in the bakery and chopped wood for the boilers, while the girls prepared
food and washed dishes. In those far off days, all teachers and almost all
students were from foreign lands, yet only vegetarian food was served; all lived
together like one big family.
In view of the author’s background, his approach to the book and
his choice of revelatory narratives, this humble work should appeal to both
Western and Indian readers.
The author has previously published a book titled ‘Transforming
Humanity,’ also converted into a Kindle eBook. He has translated several books
on various subjects from French, Spanish and Italian languages into
He is a retired Company Executive and ex-Company Director. He
lives in New Delhi.