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Reviewed by Gisela Dixon for Readers' Favorite
Downloading Nature's Secrets From Akasa, The Quantum Vacuum Field by Lakshminarayana Gopalan is an extraordinarily thorough book on aspects of the Vedic philosophy. This book combines both the thoughts and teachings of these ancient scriptures with a modern scientific view and laws of physics that prove that the two are aligned in many ways. The book is divided into several detailed chapters on akasa, gayatri mantra and its analysis and meaning, the brahma sutras, consciousness, maya or illusory world, brahman and atman, the meaning behind Hindu scriptures and cosmology, the quantum domain, and much more. There are several references provided in the book as well as acknowledgements.
Downloading Nature's Secrets From Akasa, The Quantum Vacuum Field is a comprehensive review of some key aspects of Vedatic philosophy. Author Lakshminarayana Gopalan has obviously researched the subject thoroughly and knows what he is talking about. The book is well organized and broken down into easy-to-read topics with a flowing continuity. I especially liked that the quantum theory and akasa and several other concepts are reconciled in modern physics as well, and the fact that both ancient and modern laws and sciences are explored. Definitely a book worth reading.