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Nonfiction Book Award Status: Gold


Marriage is a subject which has mystified and confused people throughout history. In this age when live-in relationships are a fad, what really is marriage? Why get married at all? When is the right time to marry? How do we know the other person is the ‘right’ one for us? Questions like these have confused seekers through generations and the search for the eternal bond of love remains elusive to many.

In the present volume, the Masters speak with undeniable logic and wisdom that touches the deepest realms of our heart and soul. They educate us emotionally, psychologically and spiritually, literally hand-holding us through the dark mire of ignorance into the dawn of wisdom where we begin to view things in the right perspective and start making decisions with a united head and heart to make our marriage joyous and meaningful. The first in the series, this book aims to enlighten readers on the true philosophy and purpose of marriage. It also sheds lights on issues like choosing the right partner by decoding what qualities make a person ‘right’ for you. A must read for all those who want to build the institution of Marriage on a strong foundation. To Marry… Not to Marry… offers food for thought for all – College students, young adults, engaged and newlywed couples, educators, marriage counselors, therapists, parents of youngsters of marriageable age, and even older married couples who have “been through it all.”

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Meenal Gupta is an author/series editor and publisher in the spiritual, holistic & inspirational realm. She is deeply influenced by the writings of the Great Masters and eminent philosophers of India and abroad. She has been compiling their valuable sayings for the past twenty-three years and is dedicated to publishing inspirational anthologies for the benefit of readers worldwide. Her project ‘Timeless Wisdom Series’ has been blessed by many Great Masters of the present era.

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