Bhagavad Gita in 365 days is a brief and simplified account of the dialogue between a despondent Arjuna and the clear headed sagacious lord Krishna. It extracts the essence of the Gita in an undoubting and user friendly format. With skill Lata Jagtiani has condensed the verses while retaining the philosophical essence of the Gita. It is a pocket size book handy for travelers. It requires a read of only a minute a day time that even the busiest amongst us can spare for a life of peace. A symbolic dip in the Ganges of wisdom it is sure to be an invaluable friend for readers of both sexes across all faiths for anybody given to asking philosophical questions.
Bhagavad Gita in 365 Days is just the book for such individuals. It is a brief and simplified version of the original scriptures capturing the spiritual essence of the Gita in a total of 365 pages. All one needs to spare is less than a minute to read one thought per day. The book opens with an introduction to the Bhagavad Gita by providing its background, quotes on the Gita from famous men such as Mahatma Gandhi and Einstein as well as a brief foreword on the characters of the book. It is ideally suited for today time conscious individuals.
The book is presented in a reader-friendly format, and the wisdom of the verses is skillfully condensed in small nuggets as a dialogue between Arjuna and Lord Krishna without compromising on the philosophical depth of the Bhagavad Gita.
About the Author:
Lata Jagtiani, an English post-graduate, currently lecturers at the Bombay College of Journalism. She has been published by various newspapers and journals including the Times of India which carried her article under The Speaking Tree. She is also the author of the spiritual book Towards Light and the short story fiction, Temple Bells and Other Stories. For city dwellers busy with their daily routines, work qualms and household chores commuting and always on the move; spending some time on religion and mental relaxation is a distant thought.