Devotion and devotional practices are part and parcel of our tradition and cultural heritage.
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Devotion and devotional practices are part and parcel of our tradition and cultural heritage. But devotees, in general, do not seek to know what is the true nature of devotion and where should true devotion lead them. The reason is that the object of devotion, namely the Lord, remains invisible and seemingly infinitely distant. Although God is held as Omnipresent, everyone habitually raises the hands up helplessly, implying that God is unreachable, inaccessible, with the result that devotional practices remain unilateral and fruitless. Our shaastras are quite specific in discussing what devotion is, what its object should be, who is a real devotee and what true devotion intends to bring about. But, out of ignorance and more importantly, due to lack of exposure, devotees do not evince sufficient interest in such questions and enquiries. The sooner this plight is redressed, the better for devotees in particular, and for the society in general. True devotion makes one an excellent model for the society. The role of our shaastras is to ensure this. This book comprising selected articles based on Nirvana-Prakarana of Yoga-Vaasishtha on worship is meant to guide and help readers in their devotional pursuits. It integrates devotion with wisdom.