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Bestselling Combo of 2 Books for Understanding Bhagavad Gita & Analysis of Dharma from Mahabharata | Narrative of Virāṭa Parva Written By Sage Vyasa | Conceptual Underpinning of Yoga
According to the Vedas, the path to a balanced and meaningful existence generally requires the holistic pursuit of right actions (dharma), material security (artha), material happiness (kama), and spiritual liberation (moksha). The book combo is especially for those readers of the English language who wish to understand these and other basic tenets of Hinduism, Gita & Vedas.
A Seeker's Śrīmad Bhagavad Gītā
A Seeker's Śrīmad-Bhagavadgītā is a book on yoga that tries to integrate the eternal wisdom of yoga into daily life using modern management and scientific principles, which makes the wisdom easy to understand and implement. The book explains the conceptual underpinning of yoga in simple language with examples that today's Bhārat can relate to and find easy to adopt.
Analysis of Dharma from Mahabharat - Virata Parvam (Book 4)
The ajñātavāsa was one of the toughest periods for the Pandavas who had to work as servants in the court of king Virāṭa. The situational dynamics dictated that they had to remain docile and dormant in the face of admonishments. This book deals with the narrative of Virāṭa Parva written by sage Vyasa. It analyses how the great kings of the Kuru dynasty spent their time of adversity without transgressing Dharma. The book dispels certain popular myths which have been created through translations and films, and which are far from the original version of the Veda Vyasa.