Hi you guys! I have started reviewing books for a change again.

So recently, I read this book, The Fall Of The Human Intellect by A. Prathasarthy; it’s very different, gives you a perspective, makes you cogitate and is based precisely on vedanta  philosophy.

It talks about anatomy of human beings, human development, the functions and dilemmas faced, how the mind causes havoc, the role of intellect ( how it’s falling and how to build it again ) , role of thoughts and individual thinking, intelligence, and the faults of the education system ( I loved this part the most ).

Precisely the book is very informative and wise, plus provides you with a new perspective of the self, intellect and the world. I personally enjoyed reading it because it made me think and improve, hence I recommend this book to everyone who craves to learn something new each day.


Love and peace! xox