Rijiju unveils world’s first philosophical novel on God in Delhi
In a rare feat, a young Indian IAS officer, Haulianlal Guite, who hails from country’s most remote areas of Manipur state has recently published a book titled “Confessions of a dying mind: the blind faith of atheism” in New Delhi.
The book was unveiled by Union Minister Kiren Rijiju in presence of David Syiemlieth, Chairman, UPSC in august gathering at Civil Services Officers’ Institute
The book billed as “the world’s first philosophical novel for God”, whose author is arguably the first Indian civil servant to write on philosophy since John Stuart Mill published On Liberty way back in 1858.
The book explores the nature of science, religion, evidence and even love in light of leading developments. It makes use of the latest findings of modern science and the most solid theories in philosophy.
Confessions of a Dying Mind” also presents some interesting arguments against atheism by using the theories and findings of atheists themselves.
“Confessions of the dying mind” is the first of the three volumes and arguments and storylines of the novel are yet to be completed, the author disclosed.
The book is published by Bloomsbury Publishing, a British independent, worldwide publishing house of fiction and non-fiction.