Chander Khanna's Writings
South Asian Outlook
Of My Ancient Indian Roots in Modern China Chander Khanna May you be born in the Land of the Western Paradise used to be a popular blessing in China. When the famous Chinese monk Xuanzang (Hsuan-tsang) reached Sarnath in the 7th century, he wept uncontrollably at having finally reached the Western Paradise – Tushita Heaven - after traveling almost a year across...
INDIA’S GREATEST CONTRIBUTION TO HUMAN THOUGHT A LAYMAN’S VIEW OF THE UPANISHADS I recently asked someone who is well versed in the Bhagvad Gita if she had also read the Upanishads. She replied that she hadn’t and that in her opinion the Gita was sufficient. Although not said in so many words, her tone implied that with so much to choose from one just didn’t...
Lifelong student of Indic Traditions with a passion for Upanishadic Thought - widely regarded by many of the highly-respected thinkers of the world as containing some of the most Original Thoughts in the History of Human Thought.