Hidden Horizons: Unearthing 10,000 Years of Indian Culture | Authors: David Frawley and N.S. Rajaram (2007) | Publisher: Swaminarayan Aksharpith, Amdvad | Pages: 179 | Type: Hardbound | ISBN: 81-7526-331-8
The Swaminarayan order has large temples in Chicago, Houston and Atlanta and centers in Newark, New Jersey and San Jose, California, as well as a large temple in London (Neasden). In India, they are widespread with their main center in Ahmdebad, Gujarat. Their Delhi temple is the largest to come up in India in modern times as well as the most beautiful. The temple has been recognized in the Guiness Book of Records as the largest Hindu temple in the world. The book was originally written to accompany their Sanskruti Vihar historical display. So far nearly thirty thousand copies of the book have been distributed.
The book was released in February of 2007 by Pramukh Swami, the head of the Swaminarayan order, shown below with Vamadeva HIDDEN HORIZONS has been endorsed by many important spiritual and cultural leaders of India, listed below.
The book shows recent research of Frawley and Rajaram not found in earlier books, particularly relative to genetics, natural history and the importance of Southeast Asia for human culture and populations. Shows the ongoing connections of India’s peoples going back to the Ice Age period. Argues for an indigenous development of civilization in India based on spiritual and yogic principles.
Required reading for our Vedic teacher training programs.