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Geeta-Lochan: Naaham Kartaa Harihi Kartaa (An Old and Rare Book)
Geeta-Lochan: Naaham Kartaa Harihi Kartaa (An Old and Rare Book)
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Preface to Second Edition:

The book is an attempt to translate the thought and spirit of Swami Digambarji's 'Geeta-Lochan' published a few years back in Gujarati.

In this Edition, transliteration of sanskrit verses is given instead of sanskrit script. The scheme for transliteration is changed from the chapter VIII. It is for the readers to judge the success of this attempt. If they find graces in the book, the credit goes to Swamiji, the short coming are mine.

I am grateful to the annonymous devotee of Lord Vishnu, who was responsible for the bringing out of this edition and to Yoga Mimamsa Press for printing the book in a short time.

Preface to First Edition:

The book is an attempt to translate the thought and spirit of Swami Digambarji's "Geeta-Lochan" published a few years back in Gujarati. It is for the readers to judge of the success of my attempt. If they find any graces in the book, the credit is the Swamiji's; the short-comings are mine.

In conclusion, I desire to acknowledge my sincere thanks to my close friend, Prof. A. D. Fernandez for going through the manuscript very carefully and for his valuable assistance and suggestions.

My thanks are sincerely due to Mr. Mohanbhai Bhardwaj-Sonex-Rajkot whose unsolicited help made this publication possible.

Last but not the least, I am also thankful to Mr. K. N. Lambe, Andheri, who did a labour of love in printing this book.

B.T Upadhyay
Rajkot:
30-9-1960

 

CONTENTS

 

Chapter   Page
  The Historical Back-Ground of the Geeta 1
I. Origin of Arjuna's Dejection 14
II. Two paths to end dejection 20
III. The path of Action 30
IV. Different kinds of Yajna 38
V. The path of Renunciation 50
VI. Concentration 56
VII. True Knowledge 64
VIII. Two paths after death 68
IX. The Secret Knowledge 74
X. Manifestation of God in Various Objects 79
XI. The Realization of Sootrasanchaalaka 85
XII. Two Kinds of Upaasanaa 93
XIII. Kshetra and Kshetrajna 97
XIV. Immunity from three Gunas 106
XV. Purushottama 112
XVI. Daivee and Aasuree Sampat 115
XVII. The Mantra of the Geeta 123
XVIII. The End of the Geeta 131
  Conclusion 138
  Suggestive words in Geeta 148
 

 

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Geeta-Lochan: Naaham Kartaa Harihi Kartaa (An Old and Rare Book)

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IDJ365
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Paperback
Edition:
1986
Language:
English
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7.0 inch X 5.0 inch
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159 (Color Illus: 1)
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Weight of the Book: 120 gms
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Preface to Second Edition:

The book is an attempt to translate the thought and spirit of Swami Digambarji's 'Geeta-Lochan' published a few years back in Gujarati.

In this Edition, transliteration of sanskrit verses is given instead of sanskrit script. The scheme for transliteration is changed from the chapter VIII. It is for the readers to judge the success of this attempt. If they find graces in the book, the credit goes to Swamiji, the short coming are mine.

I am grateful to the annonymous devotee of Lord Vishnu, who was responsible for the bringing out of this edition and to Yoga Mimamsa Press for printing the book in a short time.

Preface to First Edition:

The book is an attempt to translate the thought and spirit of Swami Digambarji's "Geeta-Lochan" published a few years back in Gujarati. It is for the readers to judge of the success of my attempt. If they find any graces in the book, the credit is the Swamiji's; the short-comings are mine.

In conclusion, I desire to acknowledge my sincere thanks to my close friend, Prof. A. D. Fernandez for going through the manuscript very carefully and for his valuable assistance and suggestions.

My thanks are sincerely due to Mr. Mohanbhai Bhardwaj-Sonex-Rajkot whose unsolicited help made this publication possible.

Last but not the least, I am also thankful to Mr. K. N. Lambe, Andheri, who did a labour of love in printing this book.

B.T Upadhyay
Rajkot:
30-9-1960

 

CONTENTS

 

Chapter   Page
  The Historical Back-Ground of the Geeta 1
I. Origin of Arjuna's Dejection 14
II. Two paths to end dejection 20
III. The path of Action 30
IV. Different kinds of Yajna 38
V. The path of Renunciation 50
VI. Concentration 56
VII. True Knowledge 64
VIII. Two paths after death 68
IX. The Secret Knowledge 74
X. Manifestation of God in Various Objects 79
XI. The Realization of Sootrasanchaalaka 85
XII. Two Kinds of Upaasanaa 93
XIII. Kshetra and Kshetrajna 97
XIV. Immunity from three Gunas 106
XV. Purushottama 112
XVI. Daivee and Aasuree Sampat 115
XVII. The Mantra of the Geeta 123
XVIII. The End of the Geeta 131
  Conclusion 138
  Suggestive words in Geeta 148
 

 

Sample Pages








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