• Krishna Calling The Bhagavad Gita
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  • Krishna Calling - The Bhagavad Gita

    Publisher: Janani Publications

    Pages: 424
    Language: English
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This is a free rendering in English with commentary and the Gita Text in Sanskrit by Sri Suraparaju Radhakrishna Moorthy.

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Krishna's conch — call is for a different battle. It is a call for the war within, for the battle with the incessant insurgence of the inner enemies, 'my' own senses. It is not a war in the open. It is a battle within. Let us take the war inside, as we ought to take the worship inside. We worship more and more in the open. Let us take the war and the worship inside us. The two, war and worship, are indeed one. ‘Remember Me, and fight‘. This war within is the real remembrance, 'smarana' of God ('maam anusmara’), real worship, worship dearest to God. When you settle for this war and the first arrow flies, you hear the flute, the accompaniment at your worship! War turns into worship.

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The compassionate Krishna is eager to be born in your heart, a dark prison cell. With His birth, the darkness in the cell is dispelled, the shackles snap and drop, and the cell doors and the prison gates open, you realise He was already there. Hidden in every heart.

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In metaphysics, there are no answers. In love, there are no questions.

Preview download free pdf of this English book is available at Krishna Calling The Bhagavad Gita