The Gita Way is an irreligious take on the tenets of the
Bhagavad Gita. Without delving into either mythological or
God-centric discourse, the book attempts to understand
and explain various insights from the Gita through, in the
author's words, derived theory and application. The Gita
Way attempts to shed light on matters of self-realisation,
and identifying and following the path to achieve the
purpose of life.
Within the framework of Vedic philosophy represented by
Gita, this book explores:
How to discover the swa-bhava, the inherent natural
strength of our real-self?
Is my profession aligned with my swa-bhava? What is my
purpose of life?
Shweta Chandra, 34, a post graduate in organic
chemistry, is a self-employed consultant. After working
with Birla Shloka Edutech, she left the promising career
in corporate world to prioritise family goals. With an
inclination to learn human behaviour, she call it human
science, she discovered writing on it as her full time
hobby. Besides writing she is a passionate cook and a
travel buff who loves travelling to places known for
its heritage and cuisine.
Santosh Srivastava, 38, an MBA from S P Jain Institute
of Management and Research, Mumbai, is a marketing
professional, currently heading marketing services in H
& R Johnson (India) based out of Mumbai. He found
himself fascinated about science of spirituality from
early childhood. Along with maintaining consistent
focus on professional priorities, he actively writes on
various topics ranging from management to spiritualism
through his blog.
I am playing with moist sand and trying to make a home,
The shores are wet and the waves are near,
When I try to save home I waste time,
When I try to save time, I need time,
The sun reminds me to pack up,
With a success or without,
Because, a home of sand is not to live,
Finished or unfinished,
I have to leave,
What is the loss or what is the gain,
It is fun only if it's a game.
Can the journey of life be a fun throughout? Am I wasting
Time making a castle of sand?
The Gita Way tries to discover the secret recipe of knowing
our real self and achieving supreme purpose of life.
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