Title: Of Noble Blood
Author: Braja Sorensen
Publisher: Jaico Publishing House
Price: Rs. 350
Imagine, you are on an expedition to find purpose of your life and you get a chance to meet these characters from the Indian History. What do you think will be your reaction in a situation where characters like Devi, Kali, Lobha, Kama appear before you? Will your pre-conceived notions dominate or will you be able to dare yourself to ask them questions? What kind of patience and concentration level would be required by you to understand their answers and how deep will be the impact of these answers on your life? Will you be able to find purpose of your birth/life with the help of these encounters or will you consider them as an illusion or a daydream?
A young man of 23 named Raj whose life has become, in a matter of months, one that resembled a fantasy, something he still could not understand, that did not merit description, and that only his grandfather and parents new of (if you minus the goddess, Hanuman and Kali).
While Raj is trying to comprehend the conversations he had with all the deities and understand that ‘mind is king of all senses’ and ‘there is always something other than what you see on the surface’, I’d recommend it to those who still hold certain unanswered questions deep within. This book is for them. Even though, the plot and the language could have been improvised here and there. It might get boring a little, so be very sure before you create a space for this one because this book won’t soothe everyone’s taste.
Raj doesn’t only celebrate every moment of his life but also understands that the essence of love is service as he triumphs victory over Kali.