Item Code: NAC711
by J.P. VaswaniPaperback (Edition: 2011)
Jaico Publishing House
Size: 8.5 Inch X 5.5 Inch
Weight of the Book: 430 gms
Price: $27.50 Shipping Free
The Bhagavad Gita has been hailed as a universal scripture, a Bible of humanity. The song of the Lord, uttered by Sri Krishna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra over five millennia ago, remain even in Kaliyuga, in the 21st century, a tremendous source of faith, hope, inspiration and wisdom, to seekers of the spirit in the East and West.
Dada J.P. Vaswani offers the Song Divine to us as a text that all of us can cherish and love. Countless are the learned and scholarly commentaries available on the Gita: Dada’s unique achievement is to make this great scripture accessible to us; interpreting its momentous message in a way that we can relate to effortlessly; linking its profound precepts to our daily life, work, conduct and personal relationships. In short, making Lord Krishna’s Song Divine, a book for you and me and a thousand others like us. We do have to memorise and recite the Gita; with Dada’s lucid guidance, we can actually translate the Gita into deeds of daily living!
Make The Seven Commandments of the Bhagavad Gita your guide to a better, higher, more joyous, more meaningful life! Let Dada J.P. Vaswani take you to the heart of the Gita and offer you its essential truths as only he can! You are sure to hear the divine music of Sri Krishna’s flute reverberate in your spirit!
J.P. Vaswani needs no introduction to readers of inspirational literature. He is regarded as one of the leading spiritual luminaries of India, a practical philosopher and a man of God whose grace has influenced thousands all over the world. A gifted writer and brilliant orator, Dada, as he is lovingly called, has addressed distinguished audiences worldwide, communicating only as he can, the positive messages of love, faith, joy and peace.
J.P. Vaswani is the recipient of several honors, including the prestigious U Thant Peace Award. He has written over 80 books, many of which have been translated into various foreign languages.
|1. Sri Krishna – The Master and His Message||1|
|2. The Mahabharata||5|
|3. The Composition of the Epic||7|
|4. The Bhagavad Gita: Its Background Why the Kurukshetra War was Fought||19|
|5. The Significance of the Gita||31|
|6. The Essence of the Gita||37|
|7. Sadhu Vaswani and the Gita||67|
|8. The Gita: A Universal Scripture||77|
|9. The Three-fold Path of the Gita||83|
|10. The Symbolism of the Gita||113|
|11. The First Commandment: Thou Shalt Not Identify Thyself with the Body||119|
|12. The Second Commandment: Thou shalt not fail to do thy duty||161|
|13. The Third Commandment: Thou shalt do thy Duty and a little More||201|
|14. The Fourth Commandment: Thou Shalt not Miss thy Daily appointment with God||233|
|15. The Fifth Commandment: Whatever thou doest, Do It for the love of God||263|
|16. The Sixth Commandment: Thou Shalt Seek the Lowest Place||279|
|17. The Seventh Commandment: Thou Shalt Rejoice in Everything that the will of God Brings to Three||307|