aKsara Bhagavad Gita: Imperishable Bhagavad Gita
Aksara Bhagavad Gita: Imperishable Bhagavad Gita is a more sociable and exciting version of the renowned Bhagavad Gita. The author writes in layman language, getting the reader to understand the message without difficulty. The Bhagavad Gita, the Hindu scripture, encourages people to be authentic and true to themselves. Haribakth’s Aksara Bhagavad Gita: Imperishable Bhagavad Gita has the same message except that the author makes his writing easy to follow and digest and much more compelling. This book can be read and understood by both teens and adults.
The beauty about reading this book is that the author does not just speak to individuals that follow Hinduism but everyone who wants to be a wholesome person. Author Haribakth is an excellent writer. When reading the topics highlighted in the book, one can see the correlation of each topic as they move from one chapter to another. Every topic he wrote about is relevant and helpful to followers of Hinduism and other religions.
Among my favorite chapters in the book was the chapter on Parthasarathy’s letter to his daughter. Reading the letter gave the reader a feeling of satisfaction. The text in the letter was not only encouraging, but also enlightening. One gets to understand God as a supreme being and learn why the Gita is important. That letter alone can have any reader change their view on the Gita, spirituality and how human beings interact with each other. Chapter two is not the only chapter that was enjoyable to read. Haribakth made every chapter and topic distinct. Other notable chapters that stood out for me include chapters 6, 8, 12, 17, 18, 20, 25, 30, and 33. The lessons learned in the topics covered in those chapters are immense.
Haribakth has a way with words and readers get the urge to keep reading his work. He selects memorable phrases and uses meaningful sayings to pass important messages across. It is important to note that the author did not write this book as an alternative for the Gita. This book co exists with the Gita and has important texts and spiritual lessons just like the Gita.
Apart from Haribakth’s literary skills shown in the book, Aksara Bhagavad Gita: Imperishable Bhagavad Gita stands out as great material for young children that want to understand Hinduism on a larger scale, and individuals that want to adopt better traits in their living. The author’s charisma and passion can be felt through his words. I feel like this is important reading materials for all that are conscious of their well being. You can treat the book as your manual as you get to fight the challenges that life brings while enjoying God’s blessings.
Pages: 608 | ASIN: B08TCCLVP8