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Why Do We Need A Temple?

by Chaitanya Charan Das

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 149541728X, Paperback)

Presented as a lively and lucid conversation centered on the acronym T.E.M.P.L.E., ‘Why do we need a temple?’ provides logical and authoritative answers to common questions about spirituality in general and temple in particular. Do we need spirituality in the age of science? Can spirituality offer any practical solutions to the problems of the world? What is meditation? What is the easiest way to meditate? What are the social services offered by a temple? Is there any difference between a Deity in a temple and an ordinary idol? Does God have a form? As God is everywhere, why do we need to go to a temple?

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