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The book Devaachya Navana is written by Unique Features and Samakaleen Prakashan, Buy Marathi Books Online

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John Bryant says, religion today hangs on the horns of a dilemma: On the one hand, it is false in the scientific sense, as we shall demonstrate below; but on the other hand, because religion in one form or another has been around as long as recorded history -- and in fact has played a central role in man's social and personal life -- it is almost certain that religion is useful in the sense that it has helped men to survive. The real dilemma of religion, however, is that it must be believed in order to be useful, yet this is impossible when people know that it is false. 

The importance of religion for many people is that it explains how the world came into existence ("Because God created it") and the purpose of their life ("To worship God and do his bidding"). However, these explanations make no sense upon close examination. In particular, 'explaining' the existence of the world as an act of God requires the believer to explain how God was created -- surely he did not create himself -- and this means that the 'explanation' leaves more unexplained about the world than before the 'explanation' was developed. Likewise, 'explaining' one's purpose in life by saying it is to 'serve God' implies that God's purposes are known, whereas in reality we know nothing about "God's purposes" except what is told to us by the babbling of religious fruitcakes. 

This book by Unique Features is a compilation of first account reporting from the most famous religious places from Maharashtra (like Shirdi, Shegaon, Shani Shinganapur etc.). The book gives a factual account of how the so-called 'god-lovers' make a business out of religion. 

  • Author Unique Features
  • Language Marathi
  • Year of Publication 2012
  • Edition First
  • Number of pages 188

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