The Philosophy of Hindoism Four Spans Of Human Life
by J.M. Mehta
Hindu Ashram Vyavastha
FOUR SPANS OF HUMAN LIFE
Four Spans of Human Life is based on the most popular Indian Philosophy of Ashram Vyavastha: Brahmacharya up to 25, Grihastha up to 55, and Vanprastha on the condition that the person must have son/sons and each son must have at least one son, and the most revered, Sanyasa, only if a person is completely detached and has no lust. It is the best arrangement that prepares one for the journey of life and leads one to pleasure, happiness, bliss and beatitude. Read and follow Four Spans of Human Life for a complete life after getting well acquainted with each Ashram.
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The author, Mr. J.M. Mehta, M.A. in English, served Punjab Education Department for a short period, then was selected for Indian Foreign Service. He held various responsible posts both at the headquarters and abroad. His postings saw him in Russia, Kenya, Vietnam and Philippines. Since his retirement from the Ministry of External Affairs in 1993, he has devoted much of his time in reading and writing. Besides Four Spans of Human Life, Hindoology Books has published his two other books: Essence of Maharishi Patanjali Ashtanga Yoga and The Wisdom of the Gita.