Unposted Letter (Telugu)

Author:

Mahatria Ra

Publisher:

Manjul Publishing House

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Publisher

Manjul Publishing House

Publication Year 2018
ISBN-13

9788183222501

ISBN-10 8183222501
Binding

Paperback

Edition Fifth
Number of Pages 188 Pages
Language (Telugu)
Dimensions (Cms) 21.2 X 13.7 X 1.2
Weight (grms) 192

In the book Unposted Letter, author Mahatria Ra has compiled selective articles picked from his edited magazine InfiniThoughts or Frozen Thoughts. Each article is written on various themes of attitude, life, and personal circumstances. The idea behind each article is to guide the readers to a self-directive lifestyle and a strong and thoughtful mind. The content of the book helps the readers in simplifying tough situations and handling them easily.


Be it personal advice, suggestions related to one’s profession, or handling certain circumstances, the author has brought together the best articles that revolve around such topics. Readers can find a significant number of articles suiting their way of life.


Included are ideologies and philosophical ideas of various world-famous leaders. Intellectual textual excerpts from the Bhagavad Gita and Bible help list down desirable sets of ideas, concepts, and actions that help the readers progress in a wholesome way. Numerous inspirational quotes are included as well in the book. The magazine from which these articles are picked focuses on self-awakening and spirituality.

Mahatria Ra

Mahatria Ra is a spiritual leader. He founded Alma Mater, which focusses on the holistic and fulfilling personality development of an individual. This organization is not affiliated to any political or religious group and only aims at the betterment of the being, hoping to lead to a more prosperous society. His annual retreat called Higher Deeper Beyond is a conference for few selected students, who have proven themselves to be more mature and responsible citizens of the world. He is fondly called the voice of love. He encourages meditation and self-healing in his magazine called Frozen Thoughts.
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