The Right Thing To Do

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There is a term in Sanskrit ‘samskara’ for which it is difficult to find an English equivalent.

For me, ‘samskara’ means all that is garnered from family and its traditions, teachers, peer group and the very environment one lives in. ‘Samskara’ guides one’s thinking and one’s actions, hence the importance of good samskara cannot be underestimated.

There is a saying in Tamil which means ‘what one does not learn at five will not be learnt at fifty’.

This book is primarily a book of gratitude to my parents, teachers and my good friends who let me know right from wrong. It is an effort to pass on somethings that I was told.

It is written with the hope that the young will create a wonderful new world.

About the Author: Rani Subramaniam grew up in Dehradun and moved to Mumbai to complete her post-graduation in Physics.

She started her career as a high school teacher and since then not only taught at schools across the country, but she also has had her fingers in many pies. She has been a software programmer, has edited books and has also been a content developer for high school physics.

Her primary passion has been teaching and she found that interacting with students in and out of school has been most fulfilling. A grandmother now, she indulges her grandkids in amazing stories and also contributes with voluntary work.

  • Paperback: 16 pages
  • Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (April 2024)
  • Author: Rani Subramaniam
  • ISBN-13: 9781636407845
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 8 Inches

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