Kandiah Sivaloganathan’s A Brief Introduction to Hinduism, is a handy tool for all those who yearn to understand the philosophy behind one of the world’s oldest religions — Hinduism. Also known as Sanatana Dharma (or the eternal law), Hinduism took birth in the Indian subcontinent thousands of years ago and is still followed by more than a billion followers worldwide. However, in today’s busy world, it’s nearly impossible to gain an in-depth understanding of one’s faith and pass it on to the next generation. That’s exactly the issue Sivaloganathan tries to address in his book, with regards to Hinduism. It’s a go-to book for all your queries regarding the Hindu faith. The author tries to bring together the various aspects of Hinduism — from its myriad deities, saints, sages, rituals, prayers, scriptures, to modern science and its association with the principles of this ancient religion. This Book attempts to provide answers to: What is Hinduism? Why do Hindus pray to different deities What is the power of prayer and mantras? What does Hindus mean by karma, creation and reincarnation? How is Hinduism connected to nature and science? In today’s world, when everyone is too busy to read and understand their religion, this book provides a basis, a simple reference, to understand Hinduism. It is written in simple, readable language.