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Volume - VIII
Preface Prayer
The path of devotion Uddalaka's advice to svetaketu
The Asramas Image Worship
Yogaasanas Ayurveda
Mathematics in India Warfare in Ancient India
Aurobindo Ghose 1857 Warof Indian Independence
Birth of congress GopalKrishna Gokhale
Quit India Movement Rabindranath Tagore
Major Sections
Culture Course
Volume-I Volume-II

Volume-III

Volume-IV

Volume-V

Volume-VI

Volume-VII

Volume-VIII

Volume-IX

Volume-X

THE PATH OF DEVOTION

The Gita is described thus:the Upanishads are the cow; Arjuna is the calf, Krishna is the milkman and the Gita is the milk drawn by Krishna from the Upanishads cow and wise men drink that milk. It means that the Gita is the essence of the Upanishads.

Learned men down the ages from Adi Sankaracharya, have commented on all these three basic texts.

In modern times Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Mahatma Gandhi and Sri Aurobindo have interpreted the Gita for us.

Sri Aurobindo called the Gita the world’s greatest scripture. Gandhiji called It "the Mother."

The Gita is famous because it has a mess -age for every one of us and its teachings are valid for all times and countries. The Gita occurs in the following context in the Mahabharata.

On the battlefield of Kurukshetra, Krishna was Arjuna’s charioteer. Asked by Arjuna, Krishna brought him to the battlefield on the chariot.

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