* Pawan Kalyan, in his foreword, admitted that his companion Raju Ravitej contributed major portions of the content of the book.
* Earlier Pawan Kalyan used to practise ‘Atheism’. However, he gradually started believing in god.
* The book evidenced Pawan Kalyan’s positive perspective on Indian philosophy.
* Pawan Kalyan quoted the literary works of Tagore such as ‘Where the Mind Is Without Fear’, Vivekananda and Bhagavadgeetha’s quotes.
* Pawan Kalyan urged nature’s balance in the world.
* A man has to introspect positive and negative energies within him.
* Pawan Kalyan described the terms ideology, igotism etc.
* Selfishness of a person leads to nature’s imbalance.