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The Gita for the Twenty-First Century

 
Satya P. Agarwal (Author)
Synopsis

This latest version of Bhagavad-Gita explains how the message of social service has been derived from this universal scripture. Written in a simple style, it will enable common people to obtain a clear understanding of the teachings of the Gita so that they can work efficiently for the good of the society.

Keeping in mind the inter-connected nature of the various chapters of the Gita, ample cross-references are given in this book to help the readers identify the main points of this scripture's basic message. Furthermore, a ten-point summary of this message is also made an integral part of the last chapter, in response to the feedback received from readers who had gone through an earlier draft of this book.

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About the author

Satya P. Agarwal

Dr. Satya P. Agarwal is a social scientist.  His academic honours include five gold medals and numerous merit scholarships and research fellowships at various universities.  The Governor of the State of Maryland conferred upon him “The Governor’s Citation”, and also “Pravasi Bharat Sevak Award”, in recognition of his pioneering books as also his contribution to social service.  He is the author of ten books besides the present one which are widely acclaimed and appreciated by the discerning readers.  Some of these books are being translated into other languages too.  Other honours conferred on him include: (i) Kunti Goyal International Award, (ii) Special Award of Manas Sangam and (iii) International Tulasi Award.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Gita for the Twenty-First Century
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2003
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher New Age Books
Language: English
isbn 8178221535
length 185p., 8.5" X 5.5"