Shri Satya Sanatan Dharma (Hinduism) unlike other denominations, does not profess one text. There is a very large library of text which when examined carefully, there is not leave left un turn when it comes to Dharma, culture, spiritual enhancement and family values. Amongst the these text, the Bhagawad Gita – Divine Song, stands out because it relates closely to the our everyday life. In today’s world there is much need for peace and promotion of culture. Peace in every direction and culture with every respect regardless of one’s caste, creed or color of the skin. The Bhagawad Gitanhas been a constant source of inspiration and strength to the Indian Diaspora. It is one of oldest and the most popular epic of the Hindus.
The central philosophy of the Bhagavad-Gita characterizes in many ways the central theme of Hinduism even in today's context. It contains the message of divine centered living based upon right knowledge, faith, devotion, self-surrender, detachment and dispassionate performance of tasks as opposed to the ego centered living that is characterized by incessant striving, self-centered thinking, egoism, and suffering arising out of non-attainment of desires, or union with the undesired objects or separation from the desired objects. The book is a discourse of immense spiritual value, for people engaged in daily battles of life, symbolically or even truly reflected by the episode of Arjuna, who was stricken with sorrow and confusion, being taught and assisted by God himself, in the middle of the battle field of Kurukshetra   where good and evil forces stood in confrontation with each other.
The Gita is not meant for any one person or creed or nation; it is meant for humanity. It speaks to a mind that has fought in life, a mind that is dissatisfied with constant want, a mind that is alert and thinking, and that has many conflicts. This scared scripture contains all the ingredients necessary for a safe and healthy world. It contains the mind of God, the...