Gitaji is a treasure house of practical and applied wisdom. It is a true friend, philosopher and guide to its reader. I was introduced to Gita Mata by my father Pt. Rameshwar Vyas. He was a yoga teacher and social worker. He used to hold satsang with learned Sanskrit scholars, and I used to listen to their interpretation on Ved, Upnishad, Ramayan, Mahabharat, and of course, Gitaji. Gitaji does not counter or propagate any ‘ism’ or school of thoughts. It reveals universal, psychological, philosophical and scientific facts to its reader. It says that whatever way you tread, i.e., action, knowledge or devotion, it all leads you to your inner peace and freedom. Gitaji is a brief version of Sanskrit verse translated into English. It tries to simplify as well as co-ordinate related topics dealt within the epic sermon by Lord Krishna.