Gian Kumar was born into a traditional Hindu family, in Burma (present-day Myanmar). From childhood, his life held paradoxes which he struggled to understand. While he was educated at a Christian boarding school which observed strict religious practices, these were diametrically opposed to the Hindu traditions and customs which were the norm when he went home for the holidays. A thinker by nature, the inherent confusion and dogmas underlying religion, gradually impelled him towards spirituality. Today, he is deeply grateful for a journey filled with opportunities to learn about existential riddles such as: Who am I? What is my purpose in Life? Is God an illusion? Gian hopes to share his own experiential learnings with others through the medium of his books. Gian lives with his family in New Delhi.

Science and spirituality are compatible

Carl Sagan, the well-known Cosmologist said, “Science is not only compatible with spirituality, but it is also a profound source of spirituality.” Spirituality professes that the universe and mankind are in a constant state of flux and evolution. The more Science advances, the clearer it is especially now that everything is constantly in motion; nothing is stable. New discoveries are being made every day.

Why should i believe in God? Do we really need Him?

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