Item Code: IDH584
Size: 8.5" X 5.5"
Pages: 93 (7 Black & White Illustrations)
weight of book 174 gms
From the Jacket
The Gita which has been translated into almost all the languages of the world, is one of the finest works of literature produced by man. This book is for the present-day generation who is unable to read it in the original Sanskrit. While elaborating on the spiritual and metaphysical teachings of the Gita, the book analyses some vital social issues in the contemporary context, such as the caste system, the position of women in society, religious tolerance and communal harmony. The salient facts abut India's glorious past have been gleaned from the most authentic sources.
About the Author
The late R.K. Chatterjee was an expert of international repute in the field of mass communication. He was the Director of News services; Dy. Director-General, All India Radio; Director of Field Publicity, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India; and the principal Information Officer of the Colombo Plan. He retired as a senior member of the Indian Information Service.
An eminent Sanskrit Scholar from Calcutta University. Mr. Chatterjee was a keen student of India's spiritual and cultural history. His enduring interest was a study of Vedic literature, particularly of the Bhagavad-Gita and the Upanishads.
|2||Meditation on Gita||9|
|4||Immortality of the Soul||14|
|9||Manifestation of God||37|
|11||The Three gunas||51|
|Part I||The Caste System||56|
|Part II||Position of Women||64|
|Part III||Varnasrma Dharma in the Modern Context||70|
|13||Daivi and Asuric Qualities||78|
|14||A Few Fundamentals of Gita's Teachings||83|
|Appendix||Glossary of Sanskrit Words||87|