Srimad Bhagavad Gita is a narration of the complete Bhagavad Gita in Hindi, which is a 700-verse scripture that forms a part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata.
Summary of the Book
Srimad Bhagavad Gita is acknowledged by scholars worldwide to be one of the most popular books from India. The path to realization of your true self and the process through which one can connect with God in the form of a fulfilling relationship is narrated in a simple, yet profound manner by the Supreme Lord Krishna.
The inherent beauty of this book lies in its sectarian approach, wherein it treats all humans as equal, regardless of their religion or their possessions. Many great thinkers such as Mahatma Gandhi and Ramanuja have contemplated and deliberated upon its timeless message. The age-old fundamental principles that one must follow for the attainment of spiritual and mental well-being are explained here, providing a profound understanding of the arcane truths concealed inside all religious written works.
In today’s world, a thorough comprehension of the shlokas in Sanskrit for the common man is a Herculean task. Upon observing this, Dr. Gupt realised that there needs to be an apt translation of these verses in Hindi in a manner that is relatable, easy to understand, and easy to memorize. The language used here by Dr. Gupt, albeit in a poetic form, is very simple, incorporating several Sanskrit words which are commonly used in everyday Hindi.
Srimad Bhagavad Gita’s primary aim is to help all of humankind understand the true meaning of godliness and self-realization of the fact that attaining the God’s love takes precedence to all and any material possessions. The teachings of this great book are universal, and can benefit anyone and everyone.
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