An educated scientist and businessman, author Ramesh Malhotra seeks to unveil the secrets of nature known to ancient spiritual scholars. In 2013, he published Spiritual Wisdom based on the holy scripture, Bhagavad Gita. And lately, he’s been working to unveil truths buried in the Vedas, composed by spiritual scholars throughout the years before the second millennium BCE and extending into the Late Bronze Age.
In the first volume of In Search of Absolute Truth, Malhotra journeys through complex, ancient Rig-Veda mystic mythology, writings that address various aspects of creation preservation and transformation, covering the first five chapters of the Rig-Veda. He shares that finding knowledge buried in holy scripture is like climbing a mountain. Your judgment and perception are constantly refined as you move higher and higher in understanding the Vedas. You come to know absolute truth only when you reach the pinnacle, look around, and see that many hills make the mountain peak of the absolute truth.
This follow-up work, In Search of Absolute Truth: Rig-Veda Volume II: Spiritual Involution continues where the first volume leaves off.