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Essence of the Bhagavad Gita

A prose translation of 42 verses from Bhagavad Gita, selected and set in order, by Ramana Maharshi, for use of those interested in Self Enquiry. In these verses Bhagavan reveals the seeker, that which is sought and the means by which one seeks.

Bhagavad Gita for Dummies

Bhagavad Gita for Dummies - A book Every Human should Read!

(Revised Edition - August 2015)

This Book explains Bhagavad Gita (Sacred Text) given by Supreme God as Summary in English. The Human (Arjuna) had lot of Questions to Supreme God (Krishna) and he got answers from God for all those. Most of the time to understand those complex words, people giving explanations and interpretation with someone's life. We are also very comfortable to listen them and read them, but the moment we are back to our normal life, we forget everything. This book is written for you! Considering a common man life like yours! And how to live our life as per the Supreme God's wordings!

What it offers to you:

>> All the 18 Chapters of Gita in Plain English

>> Interpretations with our Common life examples

>> You have funny and logical questions to god; it's there inside this book

>> Guides you to self evaluate, are you ready for it?

>> How far you are from your God? Check here


>> For the one, who wants to practice and experience Bhagavad Gita in Life

>> For the one, who wants to understand Gita in its real essence

>> For the one, who wants to understand Hinduism in true meaning

You too have these Views, then Read this Book:

>> There can't be multiple gods in one world

>> If my birth is given by god, then why am i not part of God

>> Science is a language to explain his creations and not a mode to reach

>> Belief and honesty can take me to my Supreme Power

>>Why don't new Living beings born as per Darwin

>>How to see others grow in life

>>The Richest and Poorest all have Equanimity with happiness and sadness

And So on.

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The Vachanamrut of Bhagwan Swaminarayan is the most sacred and foundational scripture of the Swaminarayan Sampraday. It contains the profound wisdom of the Vedas, Upanishads, Brahmasutras, Bhagvad Gita, Bhagvat Purana, Dharma shastras like Yagnavalkya Smruti, Vidurniti, and epics like the Ramayan and Mahabharat (Vachanamrut Gadhadha II-28). Bhagwan Swaminarayan says in Gadhadha II-28, "What is this discourse which I have delivered before you like? Well, I have delivered it having heard and having extracted the essence from the Vedas, the shastras, the Purans and all other words on this earth pertaining to liberation."

The Vachanamrut is the essence of ancient Indian wisdom as told by Bhagwan Swaminarayan and compiled by his five contemporary scholarly-sadhus who were known for their asceticism and scholarship in Sanskrit, besides their devotion to him. In fact every statement of the Master is packed with and based on His in-depth religious knowledge, spiritual insights and practical experience. It contains practical and philosophical answers to the sincere enquiries of all types of aspirants regarding life in this world and the life hereafter.

The Vachanamrut is not only a sacred shastra in the Swaminarayan faith, but a shastra of every day study. All the literate followers read it daily and the illiterate listen to at least a page everyday. It is read and elaborated upon daily in the Swaminarayan mandirs the world over. It is a landmark shastra, philosophically and in all other aspects. It is the first modern Gujarati prose work which the noted Gujarati critic and poet, Shri Uma Shankar Joshi, acclaimed as the very pinnacle of Gujarati prose. The Vachanamrut, a compilation of 273 spiritual discourses, is divided into 10 sections. The discourses were delivered by Bhagwan Swaminarayan in the last decade of his life, between 1819 and 1829 CE in Gujarati. They were mostly delivered in ashram-like ambience in secluded places like Gadhada, Sarangpur, Kariyani, Loya, Panchala, Vadtal, Aslali, and Jetalpur.

The book records the dialogues and conversation between the master and his disciples, answering philosophical and religious questions, explaining doctrines, and formulating terminology concerning both theoretical and practical points of view in daily life and spiritual sadhna.

Vachanamrut is a compound word of two Gujarati words, vachan and amrut. Vachan means words or speech and amrut means nectar. Hence the Vachanamrut comprises the nectarine or divine words of Bhagwan Swaminarayan. The Vachanamrut is the amrut (divine nectar) of Bhagwan Swaminarayan in the form of His divine words. This amrut leads the jivas to moksha.

The discourses were transcribed not by a 1 editor but by five contemporary scholarly-sadhus while they were being delivered. These editors were:

Muktanand Swami, the senior most sadhu of Ramanand Swami, 23 years senior to Bhagwan Swaminarayan. He was the teacher of Bhagwan Swaminarayan when he first arrived in Gujarat. Muktanand Swami is the author of Brahmasutra Bhashya Ratnam, a commentary on the Vedanta Sutra of Badrayana Vyas.

Gopalanand Swami, who had mastered ashtang yoga, wrote a commentary on the Dashopanishad and Bhagvad Gita.

Nityanand Swami, a profound Sanskrit scholar, authored the Hari Digvijay Kavya in Sanskrit.

Shukanand Swami, was a well-known Sanskrit scholar from Dabhan and the personal secretary of the Master.

Brahmanand Swami a Jocular Born Poet, by the instructions of Lord Swaminarayan Brahmanand Swami erected three magnificent temples in Muli, Vadtal, Junagadh also as an eminent poet he composed about 9000 devotional songs, which are popular as Brahmanand Kavya.

In one of the Vachanamruts, one of the editors, namely, Nityanand Swami, presents 114 edited discourses to Bhagwan Swaminarayan for his approval. He was pleased with the efforts of the editors and authenticated their compilation.

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Why Upanishads ?

Between say 5000 to 3000 thousand years ago, a lineage of Indians settled in the cool confines of the jungles surrounded by rivers, mountains, animals, birds and trees, developed a language called Sanskrit and carried the same to its pinnacle.

They shifted their thoughts from study of matter as expounded in the Vedas to study of something imperceptibly beyond matter and began writing the Upanishads.

These were a study of 'beyond what we perceive now and here'.

And every important person that had mattered or who had shaped our thoughts in the history of mankind, studied them, wrote commentaries to simplify them and sourced their own thoughts from them.

No one including the agnostic Jewish scientist of the modern world ever ignored them. Subsequent literatures drew heavily from them and helped create our own modern, moral mind.

An astonishing fact is that the brilliant authors of these texts never bothered to leave their names for us to remember and celebrate their birthdays!

Can we go without looking at them? Without looking at what they really wrote? Ignoring the wealth they stored for us to shape our own lives?

Let us read for ourselves what they wrote, in our own simple language.

Here we cover nine Upanishads namely Ishavasya, Kena, Katha, Prasna, Mundaka, Mandukya, Aitareya, Taitareya and Swetaswatara.

The book contains only the English translation of the stanzas. The book intends to offer easy reading to its readers, to help them assess the range of thoughts contemplated by the authors.

I translated it from a Hindi book written by Sri Harikrushnadas Goyandka. He had covered all the stanzas in original along with its forensic meaning.

I am no match to write an authentic book on the Upanishads. I just wrote the way it appealed to me.

I hope I can write the translations of the other two important Upanishads, Brihadaranyaka and Chhandogya, at a future date.

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