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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best book magazine in the UK“, Nitin Mehta’s new book, Ancient India’s Imprints And Influences On The World presents the history of Ancient India and an in-depth and enlightened look at the immortality of Indian civilisation.

Ancient India’s Imprints And Influences On The World

Contributions to mathematics, medicine, philosophy, spirituality, the arts and literature, conflict resolution, and practices like yoga and meditation are all examples of how ancient India had a significant impact on the modern world. The decimal framework, zero, and Ayurveda have been persuasive in current arithmetic and medical care. The standards of peacefulness, self-acknowledgment, and peaceful coexistence have enlivened civil rights developments.

Ancient Indian legends have impacted writers and artists all around the world, and yoga and meditation are integral to modern health practices.

In this book Nitin presents a history of ancient India unknown to many. Ancient India had its social, profound and civilisational influence on large parts of the world, in areas such science, maths, geology, medicine, legislative issues, engineering, and philosophy.

Because of multiple invasions, India’s rich legacy was smothered and its incredible abundance pillaged by the winners. History was revised by the occupiers and sacred books and manuscripts containing priceless information on nearly every facet of human civilization were destroyed.

Nitin tracks ancient Indian influences from Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas. From Ireland to Germany, Russia, Japan, China, Egypt, Greece, Indonesia, Thailand, Korea as well as South American and Eastern European country’s Indian social, otherworldly and civilisational influence was profoundly felt and invited. 

The book will help people all over the world gain a new perspective on India. It will also assist Indian diasporans, particularly the younger generation, in valuing their heritage.

The immortality Indian civilisation is because of Ahimsa or peacefulness, towards every single living being, including creatures and bugs. It’s about not hurting anyone or using them unfairly in any way, not pacifism or not fighting back against hostility. Peace and kindness are at the heart of ahimsa. India is poised to regain its position as world leader, and its values will serve as a guide for a world that is becoming increasingly violent and unstable. There comes a time in history when India will fulfill its obligations to humanity.

Nitin Mehta on The Table Read Magazine
Nitin Mehta

Nitin Mehta

Nitin Mehta, MBE, was born in Kisumu, Kenya, and speaks fluent Swahili, Gujarati, Hindi, and Punjabi.

He became fascinated by the land of his ancestors as soon as he was old enough to understand that he was Indian by blood. At eight years old, his parents took him to India, and that experience continues to influence him to this day. When he moved to the UK early in life, Nitin delved into the profound, philosophical and spiritual wisdom of India.

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Ancient India’s Imprints and Influences on the World is now available on the publisher’s website: https://www.mlbd.in/products/ancient-indias-imprints-and-influences-on-the-world-9789391024949-9391024947-9789391024475-9391024475. Paperback version available.

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