Ajay Kansal is a professor and consultant in Clinical Pathology. He studied anthropology and history of religions to understand the human tendency of following religions as he thought that Gods and religion were not doing their part in helping humanity. He then decided to share his knowledge with the world.


‘In dark ages people were best guided by religion, as in a pitch black night a blind man is the best guide; he knows the roads and paths better than a man who can see. When daylight comes, however, it is foolish to use blind old men as guides.’


Ajay Kansal is working as a professor and consultant in clinical pathology. During his medical practice, he encountered many suffering patients, which drilled a hole in his faith. Besides, he noticed terrorism, poverty, inequality, exploitation, injustice, crimes, etc. Gradually, he realized that gods and religions are doing nothing to resuscitate the suffering humanity. Rather priests’ promises make complacent to the sufferers; they do only worship in place of struggle.


Ajay began conceiving that gods and religions seem to be human imagination. During the last ten years, he studied anthropology and history of religions to find answers of his questions. That knowledge attested his previous conception. After this, he could not resist spreading the knowledge among others and wrote this book.


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