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GITA for Gen A to Z Volume II of III

Author Name: Ram Prakash Singhal | Format: Paperback | Genre : Religion & Spirituality | Other Details

Yog Vaashishth: ‘Action and knowledge are two wings of bird that must flutter in harmony to reach the horizon of liberation.’


A practiser controls his Indriys as a dog controls his wagging tail; otherwise, the tail may start wagging the dog.


Achieving personal liberation is not the finale of Gita; fulfilling duties is also important.

God is the beneficiary of all good works as the government receives all taxes.

Mountaineers practise regulated breathing. Similarly, Krishn teaches Praanaayaam to enable practisers to climb upwards in the rarefied atmosphere of spirituality.


Equality is the Acropolis where different streets of Yogic practices converge.


Attaining Yog through meditation is like operating a bank locker. Its customer, the meditator, holds the first key of relentless practice. Banker, the God, applies His key and opens the locker only after the customer applies his key properly.


An expert tennis player practises same shot repeatedly to make his muscles memorize it, and respond accurately in real play. A Yogee should similarly keep his body, mind and soul fit.


A spark ignites a firecracker that causes more fireworks. Similarly, every spark of Sakaam Karm generates a chain of reactions. We must extinguish such sparks with water of self-control.



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Ram Prakash Singhal

It is difficult to imagine a mechanical engineer, from Jodhpur, Rajashthan, India in his eightieth year, writing a treatise on Gita after 55 years of professional service, but this is what Ram Prakash Singhal has done. Simplicity & modesty are the hallmarks of his work. His deep insight, literary flair and succulent narration of a highly spiritual, and at times intriguing scripture like Gita, punctuated with abundant examples, similes, short stories, anecdotes, real life situations, quotes of saints & great people, film songs, clarifications, and drawing moral lessons from the subject matter of discussion, have made the difficult task of understanding Gita very easy. Shedding orthodox, dogmatic, conservative and sectarian attitudes and cutting across the boundaries of different religious faiths and cultures that often pose hurdles in global acceptance and application of Gita’s teachings for entire humanity, lends exceptional value to this treatise. His dogged perseverance of seven years to explain Gita in simple and interesting manner, and providing down to earth solutions for strife-torn common people, is commendable.

Gita is a dialogue between Arjun and Krishn in which Arjun asks many questions and Krishn answers them. Singhal adopts the same style, speaks to his readers directly by raising very pertinent questions, and answering them in first person with utmost modesty. Thus, he establishes rapport & fellow feeling with them instantly.

His unique style makes it an almost compulsive reading even for persons not interested in spirituality.

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