If there is one book in Hinduism that is the most popular in the world today, then it would only be the Gita. An English philosopher once wrote that if an illiterate cowherd of India can write such a book, then from time immemorial until the present, there has never been any other book written like it. When this is the capability of an illiterate, just imagine the capabilities of India’s educated …
India has always been the spiritual capital of the world, with the Vedas as her greatest treasure. The essence of the Vedas is the Upanishads, and the essence of the Upanishads is the Bhagavad Gita, the most well-known spiritual book in the world today.
The teachings of the Gita are truly universal, transcending boundaries imposed by culture, time, caste, and religion, and with secularism inspiring modern India, the Bhagavad Gita has been declared a national heritage.
Jagadguruttam Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj gave many elucidatory discourses using simple language that reveal how to apply the principles of the Gita in our daily life. One such discourse, given by Kripalu Ji Maharaj at the Gita Hall, Mumbai, on 17 September 1980, is the content of this publication.
|Theme||Philosophy / Tattvagyan, Gita Jnana|
|Author||Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj|
|Publisher||Radha Govind Samiti|
|Number of pages||97|
|Dimension||18cm X 12cm X 0.8cm|