Bhagavad Gita is an incredible book that aids in solving the fundamental human problem by showing us an effective way of living. It will continue to bless people forever, provided one chooses to expose oneself to it. We all think that something has to be done about the environment, but we think that somebody else, either the private corporates or the governments should do it. The fact is that we often skip responding to challenges, when each of us can actually contribute something to solve, or at least mitigate. As Mahatma Gandhi said “Be the change you want to see in others”
Sampoorna Gita Yagna is a series of discourses through which the 18 chapters of the Gita are explained by 18 Swamiji’s of Chinmaya Mission. Chinmaya Mission is a Hindu spiritual organisation engaged in the dissemination of Vedanta, to help seekers learn ethical values and cultivate a discriminating power. The first chapter of Gita Yagna is narrated by Swami Mitrananda, a dynamic disciple of Gurudev, H H Swami Chinmayananda. He serves as a Director of National Projects, All India Chinmaya Yuva Kendra (AICHYK).