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Personal Development & Self-Help
The real God is 'Self'; and only 'The Self' is real God. It's only Self, which must be invoked for living a blissful life in a true sense.
The supreme knowledge in Bhagavad Gita is widely regarded as ever new. Inarguably, it's no exaggeration that this ancient book is the most imperceptible work in the known literature of entire human race. The esoteric attribute of Bhagavad Gita however creates a quandary upon the modern age people; that they consider the holy book as merely of theoretical application in life and not practical.
It is indeed the grave need of hour to not only simplify the great message of Krishna but also to relate the interpretation of mystical verses (of Bhagavad Gita) with the modern tendencies of our human life. Such simplification becomes even more particularly 'necessary' because the newest age of our 'materialistic wisdom' shouldn't be left cursed and ever deprived of the supreme wisdom of mind, body and soul. Only this supreme wisdom lies at the heart of entire Bhagavad Gita.
Sudhir Mittal's elucidating book 'Invoking The Self' is not a merely a translation or a 'verse-to-verse' commentary of Bhagavad Gita, but it is entirely about the practical need and application of such mystic holy science in our very day to day modern life.
This book is not about 'Hinduism', but it's about 'The Humanism'. Pray, you find in Invoking The Self your 'Ever New Joy' and also the divinely blissful way of your life here.
About the Author
Sudhir Mittal was born in 1978 in a small town Ballabhgarh, around 25 miles in southern inroads from Delhi. He started his writing career in early 2012 and came out with seven books in the following year and half. Earlier to his writing career, he had worked as Assistant Vice President in a corporation headquartered in Gurgaon. In academics, he is graduate, an MBA and has also done an executive program from IIM Calcutta, India.
In writing and lecturing, Sudhir Mittal has chosen the self-help and philosophical subjects. Through his books, he bestows his readers and fan-following a great life of contentment and also the realization of eternal happiness which is hidden in them.