Wednesday, July 1, 2009 9:34 PM
As you may know, the Children Helping Children Tennis Tournament is held every fall in Plano, Texas to raise funds that benefit the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Dallas Children's Medical Center.
As such, Dharma Vision is pleased to announce that we will be a sponsor for the tournament. As a sponsor, we have agreed to contribute $5 to the tournament for every copy of the novel, "The Courtesan and the Sadhu, A novel about Maya, Dharma, and God" by Mysore Prakash, sold through our website (www.dharmavision.com) during July, August, and September.
"The Courtesan and the Sadhu, A novel about Maya, Dharma, and God" is the first novel by Mysore Prakash, a resident of Plano, Texas. Below is a brief synopsis of the novel along with some reviews. Please visit www.dharmavision.com for more details.
Please help us raise money for this worthy cause and feel free to forward this email to your friends.
Dharma Vision LLC, www.dharmavision.com
This is a novel about Empire-building and God Consciousness with a love story intertwined between the two.
This novel is set in ancient India just after Alexander the Great's invasion, taking the reader through the spiritual journey of two seekers. Kautilya, the first seeker, is a Vedic scholar very close to finding The Truth.. However, his life takes an unexpected detour, and he ends up building the Mauryan Empire. Although successful in re-establishing dharmic values in the Indian Subcontinent and getting rid of the vestiges of Alexander's invasion, he continues to have inner struggles about the path he has chosen. Manu, the other seeker, is an elite warrior in the Mauryan Army but ends up becoming a seeker of Truth at a young age. Disappointed in love, he tries to find answers to his spiritual questions, first as a Buddhist monk and later as a Sadhu. In this story, the author takes the reader through the intriguing journey of the two seekers as they finally overcome Maya to reach Moksha (emancipation), but was it the path specified by The Enlightened One or was it God Himself?