Holy Gita (Gujarati)- commentary by Swami Chinmayananda
Author: Swami Chinmayananda
Tapo Geeta Jayanti Fest – Limit 1 per Order
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As part of the Tapo Geeta Jayanti Fest, which is off to a wonderful start, we are delighted to share with you that the commentary on the Bhagavad Geeta by our beloved Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda – “The Holy Geeta” – will be available for free across various platforms (while stocks last).
Please do spread the word and inform all that each one can order a copy free (just pay shipping) via whichever of these sites is most convenient, according to location.
- chinmayamission.com(for those staying in India) – “The Holy Geeta” is available in English / Hindi / Marathi / Gujarati
- chinmayapublications.com(for those staying in USA)
- chinmayabooks.com(for those staying in UK, Europe and rest of the world)
Gratitude to the Geeta Grand Master, Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda, who brought this great scripture into our lives as an inspiring and practical manual of transformation
Donations are welcome and will be used exclusively for free distribution of “The Holy Geeta”.
This is a translation of the commentary written by Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda by the name The Holy Geeta.
— A dialogue between Lord Krishna the divine in us and Arjuna the symbol of our deluded ego (jeevabhava)
— How our mental confusion, delusion, desires, passions etc destroy our inner peace and how to overcome them is indicated
— Geeta is a consolation to the bereaved, disillusioned, disappointed, morally slipped and spiritually fallen
— It is a guidance to a politician, businessman and teenagers. The grand vision of the universe and all pervasiveness of God indicated
— The secret of action pointed out
— How one can step up efficiency, inner peace, concentration, usefulness to others and joy to himself is indicated
— Tips for effective meditation given
— Nature of the perfect man pointed out
— Science of spiritual growth, spiritual fall and impotent stagnation is indicated
— The beauty of the spirit and the ways of reaching the divine goal are indicated and that is the glory of Geeta.