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This book attempts to provide a non-academic exposition of the Bhagavad Gita and Hinduism in simple and jargon-free language. Giving the background information about the basics of Hinduism and the Gita, it describes the essential messages that humankind can derive from them. Narrating how a Hindu mind is made up, it focuses on what everyone should know about Bhagavad Gita and Hinduism.
About the Author
Nilesh M. Shukla (b.1951), an engineer by profession, has worked in some leading organizations in India and abroad including Bhabha Atomic Research Centre. He took early retirement from active jobs to pursue his other interests. His areas of interest include philosophy, history and geography. He has to his credit a number of articles and research papers published in various journals of repute. He is very impressed with the Swadhyaya Movement, spearheaded by Pandurang Shashtri Athavale.
Table of Contents
Ideas Surrounding the Bhagavad
Place of the Bhagavad Gita in Hindu Scripture: Ancient Hindu Scripture
The Messages from the Bhagavad Gita