The Easy Bhagavad-Gita

Two friends have a conversation at the outset of an epic war. One of them, Arjuna, is sad and confused in the face of imminent doom; the other, Krishna, decides to cheer him up and clear his doubts. Through the course of their battlefield dialogue Krishna assumes the role of a mentor and inspires Arjuna, teaching him the timeless wisdom of the ‘Bhagavad-Gita’. More

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About Koti Sreekrishna and Hari Ravikumar

Koti Sreekrishna, PhD (b. 1953, Bangalore) studied biochemistry and worked as a research fellow with the Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Kentucky. After working with Phillips Petroleum Company and Marion Merrel Dow, he is currently a senior scientist in the Global Biotechnology division at the Procter & Gamble Company. His interests include philosophy, inter-religious dialogue, and studying the Hindu scriptures. He has previously authored a translation of the Purusha Suktam, a Hindu creation theme. He has served in the executive council of Hindu Society of Greater Cincinnati (HSGC) for several years and contributes articles to HSGC-Temple magazine. He is a distinguished Toastmaster.

Hari Ravikumar, BE (b. 1984, Bangalore) studied mechanical engineering and then trained and worked as a software programmer with Infosys. Then he worked as the content manager of the Melton Foundation and also as the administrative director of the Subramaniam Academy of Performing Arts. He recently worked as a UI designer and product strategist with Ice Cream Labs, a Bangalore-based technology startup. He is on the advisory board of Pramiti, a school promoting alternative education. He is interested in Carnatic music, Eastern wisdom, mathematics, martial arts, comics, languages, and films. He co-wrote Roots and Wings, a book about the significance of human values.

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