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Where the Life Dries Out

Author Name: Dr Dibyendu Pal | Format: Paperback | Genre : Philosophy | Other Details

The three primeval qualities of nature are Sattva (mode of goodness), Rajah (mode of passion) and Tamah (mode of ignorance). All these three modes of qualities, produced by material nature, confine the immortal soul to the mortal body. Now, the mode of goodness being purest than others confines in the happiness. The mode of passion confines in the material fugitive activities and the mode of ignorance enveloping the wisdom is enamoured in misfortune.

From the material nature is created six enemies of life at every moment: sex-passions (kaam), rage (krodh), greed (lobh), infatuation (moho), vanity (mada) and envy (matsarya). Superabundance and the influence of these six passions sometimes outpoured the emotion of human life and were sometimes devastated. Human life, as influenced by these six passions, was cast off to the earth like dried leaves.

The reason for this short explanation is that the collection of six stories described how the human life is cast off like dried leaves, due to the influence of the six passions.

The readers will get concrete indication about the six enemies of human life, which may help them to adjust their lives in a righteous way.

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Dr Dibyendu Pal

Dibyendu Pal was an eminent Chemical Engineer, during his service life in the Indian Ordnance Factories. He is also a poet and litterateur. He has dedicated his retired life to the field of literature. His poems, articles, and short stories are in Bengali and English and have been published in various newspapers, like Global Anthology (Heaven) and Asian Anthology. 

Several of his novels have also been published in both Bengali and English by Michael Madhusuan Academy, Kolkata and Notion Press, Chennai. His English novels, “Nostalgic Memories” and “Last Days of Dwaraavatii” (Lost Kingdom of Lord Shri Krishna), have been published internationally by Notion Press.

Dibyendu Pal is honoured to be a member of the governing body of Michael Madhusudan Academy.

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