‘Temple of Destiny’ by Neeraj Singhvi has a tagline of ‘Faith in Oneself is Greater than any Faith on Earth’. As simple as that. And this single line offers a near-perfect gist to what the author means to express throughout the 182 pages of the book.
The book has the major protagonists in the form of Harod and his Guruji. Harod is a young man travelling to India in search of answers to his life’s mission. That is when he meets Guruji, who acts as his guide to divine guidance and solutions to his problems. The Guruji asks Harod to maintain a strict daily regime of waking up early in the morning and meditating, before starting with the day’s ordeals. He also suggests Harod to set up a fish tank in his room and observe the fishes intently. This observation can only strengthen Harod’s mental strength as well as help him realise the various aspects of community living, interacting with other forms of living as well as interacting within one’s own boundaries. Harod’s feedbacks to the Guruji and in turn, Guruji’s explanation of the various actions of the fishes helps Harod get a better understanding of the deeper aspects of our mind, body and soul.
About the Author: The author of the book , Neeraj Singhvi, is a Post Graduate in Management, a Cost and Works Accountant and has over 15 years of experience in domestic as well as international Marketing. He is currently running a self owned company named Q-Sorts India and deals with Marketing Consultancy, Export Marketing Consultancy as well as career counselling.
Overall Rating: 6.5/10
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