Yogeshwari Srimad Bhagavad Gita - Sanskrit - Tamil | by Giri Publications/ Soft Cover
• The Srimad Bhagavad Gita, also known as the Bagavad Gita or Gita, is a venerated devotional book/spiritual book of classical Indian philosophy and wisdom. It occupies a key position in Hindu philosophy and is regarded as one of the most significant works of spiritual literature.
• The Bhagavad Gita is included in the 18th book of the Mahabharata, often known as the "Bhishma Parva" or "Book of Bhishma," an Indian epic. It is portrayed as a conversation between Prince Arjuna, a talented warrior, and Lord Krishna, who serves as both their spiritual leader and charioteer. The conversation takes place on the Kurukshetra battlefield right before a major war starts.
• Arjuna seeks advice from Krishna because he is distressed and morally torn over attacking his own family members and close friends. The Bhagavad Gita addresses important existential issues through its debate and offers advice on numerous facets of life, including responsibility, righteousness, and spirituality.
• The Gita covers a broad range of philosophical ideas, such as dharma (duty), yoga (the route to spiritual realisation), karma (activity and its results), jnana (knowledge), bhakti (devotion), and moksha (freedom from the cycle of birth and death). It examines several routes to self-realisation and places emphasis on the significance of carrying out one's obligations without attachment to the results.
• Regardless of one's religious preferences, the Bhagavad Gita gives sound advice that be used by people from all walks of life. It teaches that if one's actions, ideas, and emotions are in harmony with the divine will, one can achieve spiritual enlightenment and inner serenity. There are 18 chapters among the 700 verses that make up the devotional book/spiritual book. Each chapter focuses on a different topic or element of spiritual knowledge.
• Yogeshwari Srimad Bhagavad Gita offers profound insights into human nature, life's difficulties, and the pursuit of spiritual development. Philosophers, academics, and spiritual seekers have studied, discussed, and interpreted the Yogeshwari Srimad Bhagavad Gita in great detail. It has motivated innumerable people to live morally upright lives, and those looking for spiritual direction, moral clarity, and personal change continue to find inspiration in its teachings.
• The Bhagwad Gita is still regarded as a treasure of a devotional book/spiritual book that transcends time because of its profound lessons and message of compassion and wisdom.