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Looking Ourselves in the mirror of Srimad Bhagavat Gita

Author Name: C A Subramanian | Format: Paperback | Genre : Religion & Spirituality | Other Details

Srimad Bhagavat Gita is a scripture for the entire mankind. This scripture which took birth in the middle of a war field as the teachings for a warrior – whose emotions overtook his commitment to duty – is capable of leading us in the right path. It instructs us on the arts of living, working, worshipping, looking at our relationship with Nature (Prakrithi) and, thereby, leading a purposeful life.

Srimad Bhagavat Gita is a mine of treasures for any human being. It enlightens us that we are children of immortality, and exhorts us to discharge our duties and responsibilities with the Fire of Knowledge (Jnaanaagni) as the means to live up to that Truth.

In this book, the reader is taken step-by-step to reach the final goal of experiencing that bliss and seeing the Prakrithi as the cause for performing all bounden duty. The uniqueness of this book is that it gives the entire essence of the teachings of the Gita, chapter-wise, as contained in its eighteen chapters, in a precise, concise and simple form to understand the eternal principles of living without any dogmatic presumptions.

This book explains how the teachings in the Gita are relevant for the present society.

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C A Subramanian

C. A. Subramanian had done his schooling in the Palakkad District of Kerala and his higher studies from the University of Delhi. He had had the fortune of studying the Yajurveda post the school timings under erudite teachers who also impressed on him the message of those scriptures. He has good background knowledge about the Sanskrit language and is well versed in Srimad Bhagavatham, Bhagavat Gita, Durga Sapthasathi, etc. as a fruit of contact with saintly monks of Sri Ramakrishna Mission in New Delhi and other Grihastha scholars on those subjects. He is familiar with the Divya Prabandham of Azhwars.

He had retired from the Central Civil Service as Joint Secretary in the Department of Personnel and Training. He had contributed articles on various facets of administration in various seminars. During his tenure in the Ministry of Defence, the Sections under him were consecutively rated as the Best Maintained Sections for three years. He presently stays in Noida.



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