The Great Hindu Tradition, authored by Sri Sarma Sastrigal has an insight into Vedic Principles, Sastras and Heritage. It is a hand-book on Vedic Dharma and is very relevant in these days’s context. The primary aim of the book is to bring out more clarity about the ancient customs and traditions that are performed.
This is an engaging book, indeed. The essense of ritual, their primary significance, the practical aspects and the required attitude of the performer have all been very nicely brought out in up to date idioms by the learned creator. Commencing with a brief sketch of Vedas and Upanishads and proceeding on to Maharishis, Mahabharata and probably the most Samskaras, the book takes up many FAQs for answer. The FAQs cover a variety of subjects in the Hindu tradition.
The book has several chapters that come with
HUNDREDS of FAQs on HINDU CULTURE and ANUSHTANAMS.
There has been a great demand for such books among Hindu community people settled out of the country, particularly above the age of 30.