Live Happily the Gita Way

Live Happily the Gita Way

by Krishnamurthy V.
     
 
Live Happily The Gita Way
by V. Krishnamurthy

The Gita is considered to be one of the most exhaustive scriptures on the spiritual ascent of man in the form of a dialogue with God. Specially focusing on man's pursuit of happiness, the book attempts to summarise the entire Gita teaching into a two-part recipe for finding the happiness within oneself, namely

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Live Happily The Gita Way
by V. Krishnamurthy

The Gita is considered to be one of the most exhaustive scriptures on the spiritual ascent of man in the form of a dialogue with God. Specially focusing on man's pursuit of happiness, the book attempts to summarise the entire Gita teaching into a two-part recipe for finding the happiness within oneself, namely 'Take lightly all that happens to you. And take all our obligations seriously, without fear of results or favour of rewards.' To arrive at this methodology for action, the author relics heavily on the Vedantic school of advaita (non-duality and its maxim, "The real 'I' is neither the doer nor the experiencer." The philosophy of non-duality itself is explained in the simplest terms through a long conversation. Unusual diagramatical presentations of the core content of the book add clarity to the comprehension.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013660793
Publisher:
Apps Publisher
Publication date:
11/05/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Dr. V. Krishnamurthy (b. 1927), ex-Director of K.K. Birla Academy, New Delhi, and former Dy. Director and Prof. of Mathematics at BITS, Pilani for more than two decades, is an authority on Hindu religion and philosophy. Besides a number of research papers, he has to his credit many books including Essentials of Hinduism; Hinduism for the next Generation; andThe Ten Commandments of Hinduism. Prof. Krishnamurthy was awarded with Distinguished Service Award by the Mathematics Association of India, Seva Ratna award by the Centenarian Trust, Chennai, Vocational Service Award for Exemplary Contributions to Education by theRotary Clubs of Guindy and Chennai Samudra.

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