Author – S. Hari Haran, M.D.
Rating – 5/5 star
Number of Pages – 425
Publisher – Amaryllis
My congratulations to the author for writing such a beautiful book in a simple and understanding way. It is a smooth and intriguing read. The book is a new way of learning Bhagwat Gita in a completely fascinating way. I am sure you will relish this book.
This is a story of two childhood friends, Venki and Sandy and their last assignment given by their favorite Barath Sir; their Big B. The assignment is to go through the few verses of the Gita and give a write-up for the school magazine. Reading The Gita seems an impossible task to them and they abandon it altogether.
Few years down, they came to know that their Barath sir died due to a heart attack. Guilt engulf Venki for not completing the last assignment the sir gave to them with much hope. He decided to fulfill the promise they made to the sir years ago. He started reading The Gita and entail Sandy into it, who was reluctant at first to complete the assignment and finds the idea foolish and The Gita irrelevant to the present time.
The book is a work of fiction and the fictitious reproduction of The Bhagwat Gita. The book does not intend to teach you the whole Bhagwat Gita and it’s every verse or to make you an enlightened one. It’s an effort by the author to help to soothe your life a little and solve the day’s problems with reference to The Gita. The book presents real-life example we face in our everyday life.
If you have an inclination towards religion, spirituality, Self-help books and Bhagwat Gita then this book is for you. Don’t miss it. I like the ease with which the author narrates the Gita verses and how effortlessly he related them with the story of two characters. The best part is anyone can read the book with equal easiness. If you don’t like to read Spiritual books, that’s ok, the book has an interesting story of two buddies for life packed with humor, drama, and banter.
The Gita is a collection of 700 verses of conversation between Arjuna and Krishna in the battlefield of Kurukshetra. The Gita is the discourse given by the Krishna to Arjuna just before the war is about to begin. The Gita was exposed to the world through Sanjaya who is Dhritarashtra advisor and also his charioteer and narrate the war to his blind king Dhritarashtra.
S Hari Haran is a dermatologist and an alumnus of Government Tirunelveli Medical College and Rajah Muthiah Medical College. A native of Tirunelveli, he resides in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, with his wife and son. An avid reader of books of spiritual wisdom, he is a saadhak belonging to Sri Ramananda ashram of Palakkad, Kerala.
You can write to him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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‘I received a copy from Author in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.’