About the Books
Why is the Koran the deeper abstract cause of terrorism? What can Muslims and non-Muslims do about this? How can we help Muslims liberate themselves from medieval ways of thinking? Is there more in the world than Islam, Mohammed and terrorism? What is a real Muslim? How can an anti-Muslim be defined?
Hindu writer Dewanand provides answers to all these questions in a striking and scientific way, trying to present the interests of both Muslims and non-Muslims in a tactical way. Dewanand says he wrote this book to make sacrifices to Altecrea and to show concern for all living creatures. Discover for yourself if he has reached his goal, when you read Koran: Forbid or Rewrite?
In the first chapters, the PV Muslim scientific model scale is revealed. This is a psychological vectored model for classifying Muslims to understand them better. Dewanand says his book is intended to show respect for Muslims and to help them to grow spiritually. “I wanted to reform Islam and end the suffering and violence in many Islamic nations. I was raised as a Muslim by my mother and later on I converted to Hinduism.”
His book is the meeting point of three old civilizations: Islam, Western and Hinduism. That’s why it is so important for the future of Islam and religion.
How will love evolve? In this update to the Kama Sutra the future of sexuality is examined in relation to our evolving world society and increasing mass communication. Global culture and the rise of the internet are shaping our new attitudes toward sex and religion.
The development of a new philosophy of love called Shiwally is essential to finding modern happiness and satisfaction. This book reveals the Shiwally philosophy principle, as well as the relationship between sex and karma. It also discusses interesting ideas about the range of sexuality in women, the Hindu philosophies of heterosexuality, homosexuality, virginity, and the polygamous marriage as well as legal sex in modern Islam.
Combining the wisdom of the Karma Sutra with modern sexual attitudes, A Thousand Ways to Love opens the mind to a new way of thinking about relationships.
“This text will become my mantra and I want it printed above my bed!”
– Nandini, Belgium
In his new nonfiction book Holland: Paradise of Hell? (first book published by AuthorHouse in the year 2010), debut author Dewanand reveals the good, the bad and the ugly parts about living in Holland, a country known around the world for clogs, windmills, tulips, cheeses, dunes , homosexuals, drugs and going Dutch.
Now you can experience the typical fruits of the Dutch paradise first-hand by exploring its real networking economy, its social securities, its caretaking and its rich, historical culture. Moreover, the dark side of the Netherlands is revealed as well in as well as a sandbox of chilling, real-life examples of poverty and crime.
Explore this complicated society and its people with the best inside information about living in Holland and about the unique ways Dutch people live, think, make love and suffer in their paradise, which sometimes ought to be a real hell in Dewanand’s insightful and reliable Holland: Paradise of Hell?, a book which offers quality information as it addresses culture with wit and humour.
About the Author
Dewanand was born in Suriname in 1966. He currently lives in Holland, where he is a full time writer. He has published more than 20 books in Dutch, as well as over 150 research articles. Dewanand enjoys cycling and cooking in his free time. He has published numerous books in Dutch and these can be found on his website, www.dewanand.com.