Bhopal: ‘Google gives superficial info, read quality books to learn facts’

BHOPAL: To learn the facts of the Indian history, one have to leave the social media and should read quality books, said Sabrimala fame advocate J Sai Deepak, while giving a talk on- Separating facts from Fiction, here on Sunday. In the interacting session students of various universities participated.

He urged the youth to not depend on Google all the time, “Because it gives superficial information, to get the real facts one have to read books written by the eminent authors.” He added that “In coming four months people will going to spread fuss on the social media. People will use indecent language, but you should first get the real fact and reply, or keep quite.”

He asked the youths to learn at least three language including Hindi, English and one other.” He claimed that “If you want to read good books read than get books of Geeta Press, books written by Swami Vivekanand and Maharishi Arvind”. Information commissioner Vijay Manohar Tiwari asked “If you want to know the real India, one have to visit south at least once, because the Indian culture is living in its original form.”

He asked to read the book written by Sawraj Gupta on the Ayodhya issue. The students also raised their questions and Deepak replied their answers. The member of Young Thinkers’ Forum Abhitabh Soni said that on every Sunday they organises discussion session on books.

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