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Friday, July 8, 2011

It's here! The book is here!

It is available both in print and in Kindle

In Print $14.99
In Print at Amazon $14.99
Kindle $3.99

Eventually it will be on all ebook formats. It is over 400 pages long! So, that's a lot of material that's probably much easier to read in book format than digging through this website.

It would be so awesome if all the regulars here would head over to Amazon and write some reviews! :D There is also a Facebook fan page! And, you know, tell all your friends!

The blog itself will no longer be active. I may, perhaps, occasionally post something that catches my attention, but for the most part I will stop posting. I have come to a point where I have said what I wanted to say, I have engaged and discussed with you all, and arrived happily at a place where I am content with my religion, no longer feeling any need to prove myself to anyone.

I believe the book will be valuable for others who are following a similar path to mine. If you are newly arrived here, all the information is in the archives, but the book packages it together in an easier to manage format.

For all my wonderful friends here, thank you! Thank you for your support and kindness and engagement with this subject.

I love you.



  1. I'll be pissed if I didn't get an honourable mention :(

  2. Um, I don't know if you're in there, my dear. Sorry!

  3. Prolly not, just messing with you.

  4. Please do keep in touch, regardless! I know we've only met once, but I consider you a friend, and don't want that do depend on blogging/not blogging (not that it was, but I figure it's worth saying).

    Congratulations on the book!

  5. AlsoHindu, we should do more emailing! I think that's a good way to keep in touch and I also think that your blog is definitely picking up right where mine left off! I feel like I'm passing a torch :)

  6. Congratulations on the book, Ambaa! I can't wait to read it!

  7. Just don't burn yourself with that torch :D

  8. Congratulations on your book. Its a bit disappointed that you are not going to be actively blogging - though I can understand why.

    Aum Shivaya

  9. Thanks!

    I think two years of material was about all I had in me.

    Who knows though? Something might spark me back to blogging. Like if, in a couple years, I start having kids, that might provide a lot more material for this blog!

  10. Congratulations. My regards.

    Good luck for your future

  11. congratulation on the book.

    and good luck for everything else.
    as a kind of last word ...... :D
    whether i commented on every post or not, I used to read it regularly.
    I have always enjoyed your blog and it cleared a lot of things for me too.


  12. Basu, your comments and insight are in at least a few pages of the book :)

    Kodanda, yes. Yes, I do!

  13. A couple of days ago, I lost my way during my cyber-sojourn and end up here. I find this blog interesting, so decided to stay awhile.
    Contentment should lead to a more interesting and life spurring stories. A contented person is a universe;)

  14. It's great to have you here, cyclopseven. I hope you'll enjoy my ponderings! :)

  15. Nooooooooooo........

    Please don't stop writing :(

    hmm...well, i understand - but i wish all these blogs remain active -- to help ppl - they are the best way to reaching out to people.

    take care :(

  16. Curious, I think you will find A LOT of info here! And I'm still around, available for conversation and questions.

  17. Is it my karma, that the moment I walked into your blog, you ceased to write? :). Hope to see your new articles soon.

  18. Hahaha! Well, there's plenty of material here to keep you busy a while and I'm still chatting in the comments. Also, I highly suggest going over to Also Hindu (see blog list on side bar), she is actively blogging on the same theme. I hope to get the Facebook group a bit more lively too.

    I will have another post soon, once the new issue of Hinduism Today comes out, because they are declaring my parents' guru as Hindu of the year.