Kishan And The Song Of Krishna
Stories on 108 selected Shlokas of the Bhagavad Gita. The purpose of this book is to communicate the spiritual truths that Lord Krishna speaks about in the Bhagavad Gita in a simple way, that a child can understand through stories. More
The purpose of this book is to communicate the spiritual truths that Lord Krishna speaks about in the Bhagavad Gita in a simple way in the form of stories. Most of us want to go back to our childhood days, may be not to the events but back to the bliss that we experienced then. We want to be innocent, we want to be taken care of, and most importantly we want to be happy, just happy and peaceful. We have a memory of being happy and peaceful as kids, but in the process of growing up we lost it. Can one grow up to be wise and mature yet innocent? This is the question answered by spirituality. The answer comes to life in an enlightened being. An enlightened person is just like a child, innocent. Yet he or she is wise. This book is about a child who grows up listening to the enlightening teachings of the Bhagavad Gita.
The Bhagavad Gita is the song of Lord Krishna, who is called as a Purnavatar (Complete incarnation). Lord Krishna is the embodiment of life, he is a complete being. Lord Krishna’s path is a path of embracing life, to accept all colors of life and finally come out of it with flying colors. Lord Krishna had a beautiful outer life and the supreme inner life, he teaches Arjuna on the battlefield how one can achieve this kind of inner and outer success. To live a complete life, to live a peaceful life we need to understand and know how to deal with the challenges on the outside and how to overcome and transcend inner negativities.