The entire art and literature of India is moulded in the beauty and divinity of Bhagavatam.From chioldhood onwards the Hindu heart is taught to beat in unison with the tenth chapter,which narrates the childhood stories of Lord Krishna.He is the one solitary symbol that generated and sustained the spiritual ideal in the heart of the children and appealed to the head of the elders. Most of the books published by the Chinmaya Mission Trust are listed pn amazon and many of them are best sellers.
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One of the greatest spirtual teachers of India Swami Chinmayananda is universally known for his famous lectures on The Bhagadgita.Review:
The Bh gavata Pur na (Devan gar : ) (also known as r mad Bh gavatam, or Bh gavata) is one of the "Maha" Puranic texts of Hindu literature, with its primary focus on bhakti (devotion) to the incarnations of Vishnu, particularly Krishna.The Sanskrit text comprises twelve skandas (cantos or books) and some 18,000 verses.The Bh gavata includes many stories well known in Hindu tradition, including the various avatars of Vishnu and the life of Krishna. It was the first Purana to be translated into a European language, with three French translations between 1840 and 1857. Assigning a date for any Purana is problematical, since they are often developed by generations of storytellers. The Bh gavata itself, along with Hindu tradition, gives ancient origins for the story, with authorship credited to Veda Vyasa. Most modern scholars date the extant version to the ninth or tenth century CE. The intense and personal bhakti described in the Bh gavata is directed toward Krishna as God in human form. The tenth book (or canto), which is dedicated to Krishna, takes up about one quarter of the entire Bh gavata.It includes the most comprehensive collection of stories about the life of Krishna, showing him in all the stages and conditions of human life. It also includes instruction in the practice of bhakti, an analysis of bhakti, and descriptions of the different types of bhakti. The Bh gavata takes the form of a story recounting Vyasa's work being recited for the first time by his son uka to the dying King Parikshit, who owes his life to Krishna. Longing to hear of Krishna before he dies, uka recites the Bh gavata to Parikshit over the course of seven days. The book has been specially adapted for young readers. --Wikipedia
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