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Swami Sandeep Chaitanya and his interpretation of Bhagavad Gita

Swami Sandeep Chaitanya’s interpretation of Bhagavad Gita is the interpretation of BhagavadGita by a common man. It is now being telecast (SAMPOORNA GEETHA JNANA YAGNAM)from Monday to Saturday at 2130 (Indian time) in Doordarshan Malayalam (DD4). This is the recorded version of his famous 108 days Geeta Jnana Yagna at Ernakulam. His discourse is simple and he uses examples from daily life to illustrate the unparalleled teachings in the Gita. Current affairs, social satire, stories from other religious texts including Bible and Koran, Mulla jokes and several other sources are used to convey the message of Bhagavad Gita. His 108 days discourse at Ernakulam was attended by people from all walks of life. Most of the days, many people were standing and listening to the discourse. Swamiji’s greatest achievement was that he was able to take Bhagavad Gita to the common man. Teenagers are showing keen interest in Swamiji discourse, which is a rare phenomenon. Swami Sandeep Chaitanya is the di…

Hindu links for 10/29/2006

‘Tradition, science, both aim for truth’"Ancient traditions concentrated on introspective activities like yoga, Tapas, Karma and the others, to gain and strengthen concentration, through which it tried to know nature’s secrets and the truth."A trip to India during DiwaliDiwali through the eyes of a visitor.Report on Chhath festival in Bihar"The biggest congregations for making offerings to the setting Sun was at the numerous ghats along the GangaRiver"Students of Karma CapitalismRepeat of the article which appeared in Business week… but with modifications by Times UK.