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गीता एवं आत्मोत्थान

भगवद् गीता के बिभिन्न अध्यायों में अलग अलग प्रकार के ब्यक्तियों के गुणों को एक एक कर बताया गया है: स्थितप्रज्ञ, योगयुक्त भक्त,आत्मचेता,गुणातीत साधक, दैवी सम्पदा युक्त ब्यक्ति,सात्त्विक कर्त्ता.पर हर ब्यक्ति के स्वभाव, आचरण एवं कर्म का बिभाजन भी बहुत … Continue reading

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Gita through one Sloka

Swami Sivananda in his commentary has prescribed the one Sloka 78 of Chapter 18 of Bhagawad Gita as एकश्लोकी गीता. He has also compiled a सप्तश्लोकी गीता with seven Slokas from Gita. One can read, understand and ponder over. I … Continue reading

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Bhagawad Gita is as secular as Yoga

I wish one day the minorities in India accept it. Every educated Indian or for that matter every educated person world over must try to read, understand and practise the clear prescriptions for self improvement provided in plenty in Bhagawad … Continue reading

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Gandhi,Caste and Democracy

With vote bank politics, smaller parties led by the caste leaders are trying to exploit the situation against the interest of the country just for their vested interests.Heads of these parties are demanding more of their candidates from the major … Continue reading

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Gandhi and Congress Party

What Gandhi wanted Congress to do after independence? When Modi in an address talked about the wish of Mahatma Gandhi to wind up Congress, I took it as political statement. But while I am finishing the latest voluminous book of … Continue reading

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Gandhi and Gita

Gandhiji’s first introduction to Gita was in England through two English brothers. Gandhi at that time was studying law. The brothers read Gita regularly and asked Gandhi to join in. Perhaps they thought that they may get to know the … Continue reading

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Gandhi Changed The Course of Post Independent India

I am just completing the latest voluminous book of Ramchandra Guha, ‘Gandhi, the years that changed the world 1914-1948 (933 pages), a very comprehensively documented narration of the time.I am quoting here from the book a controversial issue that is … Continue reading

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