Siddharta in Gujarati (સિદ્ધાર્થ)

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Hermann Hesse, the author, has narrated a lot about Siddartha and his spiritual journey. A lot has been discussed about Siddhartha.He is loved by everyone. He is a source of joy for everybody, but he, Siddhartha, is not a source of joy for himself, he finds no delight in himself.Siddhartha has started to nurse discontent in himself, he has started to feel that the love of his father and his mother, and love of his friend, will not bring him joy forever and ever, will not nurse him, d him, satisfy him.Siddhartha has many queries in his mind like as, Do the sacrifices give a happy fortune?, What about the Gods?, Was it really Prajapati who had created the world? Was it not the Atman, the singular one? Siddharatha meets his father and says, With your permission, my father, I have come to tell you that it is my longing to leave your house tomorrow and go to ascetics. My desire is to become a Samara.His father says-You will go into the go forest and be a Samara , when you will find blissfulness in the forest, come back and teach me to be blissful.This is just an excerpt, the whole book consists of spiritualistic way of narration, thus becomes interesting one. Once you start reading cant resist to leave the book in the mid.

About the Author
Hermann Hesse, (born July 2, 1877, Calw, Germany died August 9, 1962, Montagnola, Switzerland), German novelist and poet who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1946. The main theme of his work is the individuals efforts to break out of the established modes of civilization so as to find an essential spirit and identity. Hesse grew up in Calw and in Basel. He attended school briefly in Göppingen before, at the behest of his father, he entered the Maulbronn seminary in 1891. Though a model student, he was unable to adapt and left less than a year later. As he would later explain, Hesse, who aspired to be a poet, was apprenticed in a Calw tower-clock factory and later in a Tübingen bookstore. He would express his disgust with conventional schooling in the novel Unterm Rad (1906; Beneath the Wheel), in which an overly diligent student is driven to self-destruction. Hesse published his first book, a collection of poems, in 1899. He remained in the bookselling business until 1904, when he became a freelance writer and brought out his first novel, Peter Camenzind, about a failed and dissipated writer. The novel was a success, and Hesse returned to the theme of an artists inward and outward search in Gertrud (1910) and Rosshalde (1914). A visit to India in these years was later reflected in Siddhartha (1922), a poetic novel, set in India at the time of the Buddha, about the search for enlightenment. A deepening sense of personal crisis led Hesse to psychoanalysis with J.B. Lang, a disciple of Carl Jung. The influence of analysis appears in Demian (1919), an examination of the achievement of self-awareness by a troubled adolescent. This novel had a pervasive effect on a troubled Germany and made its author famous. Hesses later work shows his interest in Jungian concepts of introversion and extraversion, the collective unconscious, idealism, and symbols. Hesse also came to be preoccupied with what he saw as the duality of human nature. He subsequently published letters, essays, and stories. After World War II, Hesses popularity among German readers soared, though it had crashed by the 1950s. His appeal for self-realization and his celebration of Eastern mysticism transformed him into something of a cult figure to young people in the English-speaking world in the 1960s and 70s, and this vein of his work ensured an international audience for his work afterward.

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Name Siddharta in Gujarati (સિદ્ધાર્થ)
ISBN 9789355991843
Pages 136
Language Gujarati
Author Hermann Hesse
Format Paperback
UB Label New

Hermann Hesse, the author, has narrated a lot about Siddartha and his spiritual journey. A lot has been discussed about Siddhartha.He is loved by everyone. He is a source of joy for everybody, but he, Siddhartha, is not a source of joy for himself, he finds no delight in himself.Siddhartha has started to nurse discontent in himself, he has started to feel that the love of his father and his mother, and love of his friend, will not bring him joy forever and ever, will not nurse him, d him, satisfy him.Siddhartha has many queries in his mind like as, Do the sacrifices give a happy fortune?, What about the Gods?, Was it really Prajapati who had created the world? Was it not the Atman, the singular one? Siddharatha meets his father and says, With your permission, my father, I have come to tell you that it is my longing to leave your house tomorrow and go to ascetics. My desire is to become a Samara.His father says-You will go into the go forest and be a Samara , when you will find blissfulness in the forest, come back and teach me to be blissful.This is just an excerpt, the whole book consists of spiritualistic way of narration, thus becomes interesting one. Once you start reading cant resist to leave the book in the mid.

About the Author
Hermann Hesse, (born July 2, 1877, Calw, Germany died August 9, 1962, Montagnola, Switzerland), German novelist and poet who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1946. The main theme of his work is the individuals efforts to break out of the established modes of civilization so as to find an essential spirit and identity. Hesse grew up in Calw and in Basel. He attended school briefly in Göppingen before, at the behest of his father, he entered the Maulbronn seminary in 1891. Though a model student, he was unable to adapt and left less than a year later. As he would later explain, Hesse, who aspired to be a poet, was apprenticed in a Calw tower-clock factory and later in a Tübingen bookstore. He would express his disgust with conventional schooling in the novel Unterm Rad (1906; Beneath the Wheel), in which an overly diligent student is driven to self-destruction. Hesse published his first book, a collection of poems, in 1899. He remained in the bookselling business until 1904, when he became a freelance writer and brought out his first novel, Peter Camenzind, about a failed and dissipated writer. The novel was a success, and Hesse returned to the theme of an artists inward and outward search in Gertrud (1910) and Rosshalde (1914). A visit to India in these years was later reflected in Siddhartha (1922), a poetic novel, set in India at the time of the Buddha, about the search for enlightenment. A deepening sense of personal crisis led Hesse to psychoanalysis with J.B. Lang, a disciple of Carl Jung. The influence of analysis appears in Demian (1919), an examination of the achievement of self-awareness by a troubled adolescent. This novel had a pervasive effect on a troubled Germany and made its author famous. Hesses later work shows his interest in Jungian concepts of introversion and extraversion, the collective unconscious, idealism, and symbols. Hesse also came to be preoccupied with what he saw as the duality of human nature. He subsequently published letters, essays, and stories. After World War II, Hesses popularity among German readers soared, though it had crashed by the 1950s. His appeal for self-realization and his celebration of Eastern mysticism transformed him into something of a cult figure to young people in the English-speaking world in the 1960s and 70s, and this vein of his work ensured an international audience for his work afterward.

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