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20 Apr: Bhagwadgita Bhavarth – The Song of the Blue Wizard

“The SONG OF THE BLUE WIZARD” is an attempt to render into English the timeless wisdom of Krishna’s incredible message to mankind contained in Srimadbhagawadgita Bhavarth, the highly popular textbook of Lord Jagannath Charitable Trust which has been running 1-year Gita Course in multiple centers in Jaipur for last 13 years.

The word “Bhavarth” means émotional, implied or deeper meaning of a line or couplet of verse.

“Bhagwadgita Bhavarth” means the explication, interpretation, illumination and commentary on the 700 shlokas of Gita.

01 Dec: How to manage business with Bhagavad Gita

Bhagwad Gita is not a religious book. If human being is the creation of the almighty God as one of the life forms in Nature, Bhagwad Gita is the manual for humans to conduct themselves through their life, uttered as answers by Krishna to questions by Arjuna. And hence these philosophic words of Krishna, known as the Divine Song, contain within the eighteen chapters every aspect of conduct of life, leading to realization of the role of self (atma) in this infinite universe and the relationship of the self with the creator (paramatma).

Quoting from the Bhagwad Gita, Shri Bhupendra Tayal answers queries from Shri Veerendra Jaitley, both alumnus of IIT Kharagpur, on different aspects of modern day corporate, personal and family life, also clarifying several other queries raised by IITans who attended this Q and A session on ‘Bhagwad Gita’s Relevance in Business Management’


09 Oct: How to quickly attain God?

The world is perishable and God is eternal. By establishing a relationship with the world one repeatedly suffers miseries whereas by building a relationship with God one remains in a state of bliss, where there is not an iota of sorrow. Dependence on the world is perishable and dependence on God is everlasting.

We have been hearing such things from saints and other great people, we also read such things in vedas and Puranas and also believe in them but even after believing such truths our miseries do not come to an end.


22 Sep: Why do we worship statue?

There is one big question in Hindu Culture that comes to mind Why do we worship statue? According to our eternal Vedic Principles, devotees do not worship the statues, instead, they worship only God. That is to say that they erect a statue of their God and worship the God in that statue and thus keep remembering and meditating upon God.

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29 Jul: How to attain God

Moh or attraction/love towards material things is the biggest source of dissatisfaction amongst most of us. In chapter 2 of Bhagavad Gita, Shri Krishna gave Arjuna the key to control your affection towards things and follow the path of virtue. Read this blog to know more about it.

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14 Jul: The Art of Living

The Bhagavad Gita teaches us the art of living a successful life. From the teachings of Lord Krishna we would get to know how do we behave and perform actions in the practical life in both favorable and unfavorable conditions so that so that we get rid of anxiety, stress miseries, fear and other disorders.