Parivar Granth (Set Of 5 Books)
Five reference books ( Parivar Granth) have been made on the topics related to family life. Punarutthan Vidyapeeth believes that education is associated with a person’s life from the very beginning, and it lasts for life. A large part of a person’s development takes place in the family. Home is also an important school. These five texts related to family are the reference texts related to Home Science, Epigenetics, Dietetics, Home Economics and Social Duties of the householder whose jurisdiction is the home and society.
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Grihashastra: This book highlights the family is an essential institution of human society serving as the prime means of ensuring its self-protection (atma samrakshan), enhancement of the dynasty (vansh vardhan) and continuity of the clan’s life (jatiya jeevan). The book delves into details of the family as an organized institution with its own goals, principles and set of defined practises. This book aims to help individuals grow along with their families based on the Vedic principles of Varnashram. The book entails concepts of Yajna, Health & Wellness, Diet, Samskaras, Dealings in Married Life, Raising Children, Dealing with Current Threats to Family Institution, concisely presented as a compilation from over 20 subject experts and authors.
Grihashastra book contains total 384 pages.
Grihastha Ashrami ka Samaj Dharma: The ancient Indian sages’ more profound and complete examination of human life is unavailable anywhere else. First and foremost, they provided the overarching aims of life in the shape of these four Purusharthas and Four Ashrams. The freedom to choose the means based on one’s interests has been granted through these four means of knowledge, karma, devotion, and yoga. Any society’s growth is dependent on its malevolent youth, and their effort is dependent on the principles instilled in them by their parents.
In addition to fulfilling one’s familial responsibilities, the Vedic writings have mandated that one accomplish various tasks for the benefit of society while spending one’s time, energy, and property in the spirit of becoming free of debt of society’s contributions.
The book is split into four sections:
- Philosophy and Tradition
- Current Status of Society
- Adapting to Current Day Composition of Society
- The study material for students of all levels
Additionally, the current generation requires advice on how old values and lifestyles can be rendered acceptable in the modern world by providing them with an epoch-making form. This book, titled “Social Duties of the Householder,” meets this demand significantly.
Grihastha Ashrami ka Samaj Dharma book contains total 384 pages.
Adhijanana: Society must sacrifice individual interests for the collective progress of humanity. There needs to be character, capabilities and competence to ensure this level of sacrifice. To generate this level of qualities, divine virtues need to be invoked amongst the larger populace. This act of invoking a holy and virtuous soul can be systematically acquired through the process of epigenetics (the science of gathering enhanced genetic and metaphysical abilities at birth). The book consists of the following topics:
A holistic view of epigenetics in all its aspects.
The primary causes and mysteries of epigenetics
A compiled representation of the original ancient references of epigenetics and its purposes.
The current social, political, economic conditions, education system, state of the public mind, diet condition, availability of pure dietary substances, medicinal substances for health purposes, environmental conditions, etc., are topics of discussion in following epigenetics.
Adhijanana book contains total 380 pages.
Griha Artha Shastra: Artha and Kama have been accepted as natural in India, but they are not unbridled. Dharma guides the limits of the Socio-Economic systems. True, abundant and eternal prosperity is attained by acknowledging the power of Dharma, and the history of India proves it.
The central theme of the book is centred around home economics. But to understand the nuances of socio-economics, being confined to the home alone will not do. Earning money is the tendency of an individual, family, society and the country in question. Thus, it becomes necessary to understand our country and the world, the role of all these and how they should be. Therefore, if you want to know the Indian economy in context, learning the Indian social system becomes necessary. The subject dealt with in this compilation is how to balance individual wealth and prosperity of the society and country on the principles of Indian ethos with the above reference.
Desires, needs, production, distribution, prices, collection, demand, supply, purchase and sale, market, various taxes, income-expenditure, inflation, unemployment, import-export, business, wages, industry, factory, etc. terminologies made simply understandable. Market trend, economic policies of the government, international inclination and pressure, society’s mentality, economic outlook, economic ethics, causes of corruption and measures for their redressal, and many things that do not seem to relate to the home directly, are still real.
Griha Artha Shastra book contains total 390 pages.
Aaharshastra: This treatise attempts to present a traditional articulation of the fundamentals of nutrition and gastronomy. That is why this book begins with an introductory discussion of food and diet. It is socially and culturally significant. This book attempts to elucidate this concept. Food is a vital part of the path of life because it protects countless lives. As a result, a well-educated person must be knowledgeable about food. This book, in this sense, is not just for homemakers but for everyone.
Our life system revolves around food, health, culture, and environmental protection.
After understanding the food philosophy, the next step is to comprehend the diet, which includes knowing what to eat, how much to consume, when to eat, and how to eat it. Because the diet is directly associated with health, health information should be. This book is entirely based on Indian knowledge stream ideas. As a result, non-Indian scripture language such as protein, vitamins connected to food, and non-Indian classical notions have been omitted from this text.
This book was written with the assistance and direction of numerous Vaidyas, teachers, homemakers, and scholars.
Aaharshastra book contains total 386 pages.
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