Divine Whispers by Ravi Valluri is based on the Teachings of H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

A book on quotes is always a treat to read. Quotes are for everyone and they hail from all walks of life. Published by Leadstart, Divine Whispers by Ravi Valluri is a wonderful book of spiritual quotes. This book is special in its stance as it offers 365 spiritual quotes of H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. The author Ravi has good influence of his teachings, owing to that he left drinking and tobacco. It is evident that the teachings of H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar are worth effective and improves the lives of millions of people across the globe.

Through this book the author tries to reach more people that can be benefitted by H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. Ravi is a part of ‘The Art of Living Foundation’ – a foundation inititated by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.

The book has 31 chapters – covering topics like God, Guru, Karma, Love, Loyalty, Anger, Compassion and much more. Each chapter is brimming with smooth yet life-changing quotes. Undoubtedly, the quotes in the book are not only beautiful but also relevant to masses. For instance, see how this quote conveys the message about God’s greatness into humans’ lives:

“If you pray to God with all your heart, (dropping the sorrow which simply means hanging onto the past) then whatever you desire will be given to you.”

Likewise, the book is full of 365 quotes, and it purely touches the deepest chord of our soul. An amazing book that has the capability to provide food for thoughts. 

The book doesn’t merely makes a read rather it is penetrating with its words and underlying meaning. People finding hard to get any spiritual boost in their life can always pick up this book and feel great about themselves and the God they worship. Overall, a remarkable book for spiritual enhancement.

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About the Author:

Ravi Valluri is an officer of the Indian Railway Traffic Service and has worked at several places on different zonal railways. He has also served in Mil Rail (Army Headquarters), where he was decorated with the Chief of Army Staff award. Currently, he is posted at Prayagraj (Uttar Pradesh, India) as the Principal Chief Operations Manager, North Central Railway. The author is also a faculty of the Art of Living Foundation. He conducts the Happiness Programme, yoga and meditation sessions of the foundation, besides helping counsel addicts and undertaking courses for those dependent on alcohol and drugs. He has had a penchant for theatre, public speaking and writing since his school days and continues to fuel these interests. He is a regular blogger at Word Press and Speaking Tree besides writing for the Free Press Journal, Mumbai.

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