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Arthamulla Hindu Matham, Vols. 1-10

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This book contains all the ten volumes of Arthamulla Hindu Matham.

30 review for Arthamulla Hindu Matham, Vols. 1-10

  1. 4 out of 5

    Boobala Arunachalam

    A Book, which changed my life style. Love it..

  2. 5 out of 5

    Madhu murugesan

    I was terribly upset bcoz of this book. what is he even trying to say? kannadasan is one of the best and my favorite poet just bcoz of that I got the curiosity to try this one. But I got inevitably irritated by this one. If you are a feministic person, you won't accept the points he were pointing out in this book. I barely crossed 100 pages. I thought that this book would be regarding the scientific or psychological fact of Hinduism but this explains the mythical beliefs only. for example, he tel I was terribly upset bcoz of this book. what is he even trying to say? kannadasan is one of the best and my favorite poet just bcoz of that I got the curiosity to try this one. But I got inevitably irritated by this one. If you are a feministic person, you won't accept the points he were pointing out in this book. I barely crossed 100 pages. I thought that this book would be regarding the scientific or psychological fact of Hinduism but this explains the mythical beliefs only. for example, he tells that every women should watch her legs while walking just because of that other men won't get attracted to her. Why can't he just say men too to behave good with all women. He also proves himself as a good one like he was the one who have been cheated by others always and he hadn't cause any hurtful things to others. That may be true too.. But he keeps on telling that all along the book which makes us to reevaluate about that. I expected this book like the Osho's or J.Krishnamoorthy's book. BUT AT LAST I GOT ONLY DISAPPOINTMENT.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Prabhu R.

    A great masterpiece by one of the greatest poets and writers of all times

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sooraj Naga

    The ultimate compendium for living, especially for young adults. Because life excerpts of Kavingar Kannadasan augments the cognizance to understand spirituality from an outsider(nasthik) to Insider (asthik) perspective.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bin Diya

    Must read for every human being. Despite Hinduism author insists us to do righteousness

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ramalakshmi shanmugavel

    We everyone is unique,How are we segregating our needs/wants?it depends upon desires.why do we feel it?Is this a natural or a Refined thought?how are we realizing it?just cause' of being human!we all are having different colours on thoughts!Interalia,to accept our ownself (nature) is a crime?No. its all started when we take our own empowerment to gain wt we want.Eventually it ends Like our consumed food(our lives) which cannot be rise again (with backups)!#words#AIM book#kannadasan. Customary des We everyone is unique,How are we segregating our needs/wants?it depends upon desires.why do we feel it?Is this a natural or a Refined thought?how are we realizing it?just cause' of being human!we all are having different colours on thoughts!Interalia,to accept our ownself (nature) is a crime?No. its all started when we take our own empowerment to gain wt we want.Eventually it ends Like our consumed food(our lives) which cannot be rise again (with backups)!#words#AIM book#kannadasan. Customary desires will never get to know the new things,its all exist here and the way of getting it also doesn't change!(being in the same state we all know the way of thinking of others)we may split it into two pieces,Emotional(love) and Non-emotional(commitments) Although Accepting Emotional fact of existence may be looks simple but never be easy like as Life"#In all the way. we are living in Non-theoretical experience,we cant research before we realizing it,Just like before knowing the ingress purpose of live we are stepping towards the exit.Non-emotional desires such as Food,place,things are flexible. we have to sense about two philosophies,preaching or any other fictional/Non fictional stories may unable to comply us,though its the ally of thinking. It attempts to help us from human being to God (immortal soul)but fortunately still it didnt sculpt a man to live with Humanism!#AIM book#kannadasan worth reading!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Antony Raj

    Best book written on Indian culture and its benefits. Do good to others is the gist of the book. I would like to encourage people from other religions to read this book too. It shows insight into the life.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Karthic Keyan

    all hindus must read this book

  9. 4 out of 5

    Emmi

    It's actually good book, but there are more things that Kannadasan wrote only on his perspective. But actual Hinduism is more than that. Actual Hinduism is unbelievable good that most of us haven't yet realized. I can take only good points where Kannadasan pointed out in this book. But there are more things that Kannadasan missed to point out in Arthamulla Hindu Matham. It's actually good book, but there are more things that Kannadasan wrote only on his perspective. But actual Hinduism is more than that. Actual Hinduism is unbelievable good that most of us haven't yet realized. I can take only good points where Kannadasan pointed out in this book. But there are more things that Kannadasan missed to point out in Arthamulla Hindu Matham.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Siddharth Govindarajan

    Everyday customs - that we are doing in India without realizing the value in it is clearly explained in this book. Author mocks about when an atheist becomes god lover. This book won't bore you even for a single second... Everyday customs - that we are doing in India without realizing the value in it is clearly explained in this book. Author mocks about when an atheist becomes god lover. This book won't bore you even for a single second...

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nithya

    i want to read this book

  12. 5 out of 5

    P.venkatraj

    Good book fro know about religions

  13. 5 out of 5

    Vsr Vinoth

    This is the one of my FAVORITE BOOK.... Actually i love this to read...

  14. 4 out of 5

    Pavithran

    Must Read. The book has changed my way of living. Kannadasan is a Legend.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shrinath Kannan

    As actor Sivakumar said in one of his speeches, the book has got nothing to do with the Hindu religion. The book empowers you to take more of a spiritual journey rather than impose religionism. The book is dated a bit with respect to a certain cultural perspective, especially towards feminism. But culture is something which changes every few decades. Since the book is an autobiography/non-fiction/self-help book, the reader is strongly advised to have a filter of their own in order to feel enrich As actor Sivakumar said in one of his speeches, the book has got nothing to do with the Hindu religion. The book empowers you to take more of a spiritual journey rather than impose religionism. The book is dated a bit with respect to a certain cultural perspective, especially towards feminism. But culture is something which changes every few decades. Since the book is an autobiography/non-fiction/self-help book, the reader is strongly advised to have a filter of their own in order to feel enriched about the values said in the book. P.S: It helped a lot to get through the corona lockdown. And I don't believe the author's notion of Hindusim proposing so many good values first. It's not like moon landing after all. It doesn't matter in the spiritual journey who said what first. If someone said it that is greater than saying nothing.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sudharsan srinivasan

    A very good book for people who are in search of life, philosophy and religion (Hinduism). The essence of Hindu philosophy and dharma is shared in glass of author's experience. Many may think it is against female. Feminist would recommend to avoid this book. JUST KEEP IN MIND THIS WRITING IS ATLEAST 50 YEARS OLD. Please think about author's mindset and the way he grown up. Author has justified all his writing and every piece of writing is for well being of human. Since author is male he might ha A very good book for people who are in search of life, philosophy and religion (Hinduism). The essence of Hindu philosophy and dharma is shared in glass of author's experience. Many may think it is against female. Feminist would recommend to avoid this book. JUST KEEP IN MIND THIS WRITING IS ATLEAST 50 YEARS OLD. Please think about author's mindset and the way he grown up. Author has justified all his writing and every piece of writing is for well being of human. Since author is male he might have portrayed his sayings from men perspective but surely for all. And not only Hindus should read it but all liberal Muslims,Christians, bhudhist, Jains etc.. can read it. Suitable for everyone and worth reading 900 pages.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Hariprasad

    About Hindu religion in Kannadhasan's words with his real life experiences about analogies of Hinduism. Good to read in his views about what every percepts and patterns which we are ignorant about and we follow in our daily life. About Hindu religion in Kannadhasan's words with his real life experiences about analogies of Hinduism. Good to read in his views about what every percepts and patterns which we are ignorant about and we follow in our daily life.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Premalatha L

    This book cannot be ignored, as just talking about Hinduism ( going by the topic).. It tells about important facets of life, how a person should behave, that too coming from a person who become religious after being an atheist..

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kapilan

    I read this book many years before. but I really liked this book. It is a non-fiction book filled with many small and deep meaning stories. (since I was around 10 years old then I considered it as a short story collection😂)

  20. 4 out of 5

    Saravanan Manickam

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  21. 5 out of 5

    Manikandan

    Nice

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tonyradsr

    Life lessons it gives u meaning and peace...

  23. 5 out of 5

    Mukesh Balaji

    Nice

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ruba

    Nice

  25. 4 out of 5

    Balamurugan Balamurugan

    Beautiful Book

  26. 5 out of 5

    Vinaayagamurthy Vicky

    it gives another view of Hinduism which is irrelevant for many understandings. One has to go through all parts to get a better understanding of it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ruban Maniyam

    its helping lot

  28. 5 out of 5

    Deepak Namachivayam

    This book needs to be revisited every ten years of your life. Start the first read when you're 20. There are a lot of insights to be learnt from this extraordinary piece of work. This book needs to be revisited every ten years of your life. Start the first read when you're 20. There are a lot of insights to be learnt from this extraordinary piece of work.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Nalendra

    Stupid app

  30. 5 out of 5

    Anitha Soundararajan

    I picked up this book mainly because the people in my circle kept talking about how great it is and also because of Kannadasan, who has always been one of my favorite lyricists in tamil. The book has some really nice thoughts with real-life incidents supporting the ideology that he discusses. However, the book gets boring and the thoughts seem repetitive after a point of time. Somewhere down the lane the narration loses its crispness and the finishing the book becomes a pain.

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