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Nistraigunya Purusottama Yoga of Srimad Bhagavad Gita

Chhaganlal Lala (Editor) Bankey Behari (Author)
Synopsis There are numerous commentaries on the Srimad Bhagavad Gita. The book Nistraigunya Purusottama Yoga of Srimad Bhagavad Gita is unique in the sense that it gives a mystic interpretation of Srimad Bhagvad Gita in which all the world religions are compared. The main purpose of the Author in giving out this work to the readers is to offer them the greatest insight and experience to which man can be heir, this consciousness of His ever fencing and watching us should make it impossible to sin and make us wish actively and naturally amenable to His (bhajan) worship and prayer, the highest Karma which in the result will get us the highest fruit of surrender to the lotus feet of Lord Krsna, the eternal co-partnership with Him in his Divine Abode.
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About the authors

Chhaganlal Lala

Dr. Chhaganlal Lala was awarded the Ph.D. degree in 1972 and D. Litt. Degree from the Agra University. He served as a Lecturer of English in Sri Nimbark Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya, Vrindaban. He was closely associated with Dr. Bankey Behari and has taken the noble work of editing all the unpublished works of Dr. Bankey Behari. Besides being involved in the study of Scriptures, he is a prolific writer and has published articles in several journals.

Bankey Behari

Dr. Bankey Behari was a scholar of Persian, Urdu and English. In addition to other scholarly books he translated many books on Sufism like Iran Ke sufi Kavi in Hindi, Revival of Religious Sciences by Alghazali in English, Tadkaratula Aulia (i.e., Memoirs of Saints) by Faridudin Attar in English, Fiha Ma Fiha (Tabla Talk of Maulana Rumi), The Immortal Sufi Triumvirate – Sanai, Attar and Rumi, Tuhfa – The Minstrel Divine, Sufis, Mystics and Yogis of India and The Rubaiyat of Sarmad, all in English.. He was awarded the UNESCO Prize on his Paper “Way to Ecstasy” and it was considered as the best Indian work for the year 1973. He renounced his lucrative legal practice and having taken Sannyasa came to Vrindaban in 1940. He adopted the intense spiritual practice and realized God and departed to Goloka Dhama, the Divine abode of the Lord on 7 February 1975 after living in Vrindaban for 35 years.

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Bibliographic information

Title Nistraigunya Purusottama Yoga of Srimad Bhagavad Gita
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2000
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 817018956X
length xii+604p., Bibliography; 22cm.