Geeta for Children

Geeta for Children

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Author: Swami Chinmayananda
Publisher: Chinmaya Mission Trust
Year: 2008
Language: English
Pages: 145
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8175971479


The children of today are the citizens of tomorrow. To mould their thoughts and aspirations is the true fulfillment of a national education. The ideal given to them in their early childhood alone can again and again inspire them in their future years of life and supply them with the courage to face their problems, the guts to pursue their purposes diligently, the faith in themselves and in their country, and the heroism to live and act according to their own convictions. A generation growing up thus, determined to gain their goal, sure of their dignity, consistent in their Endeavour, and deeply proud of their own cultural past, alone can render a country to grow up to the status of a Nation.

In the old days, there was an illustrious king, Santanu by name, ruling at Hastinapura. He had a son, named Bhishma more renowned than his father. After Bhishma lost his mother, Santanu married Satyavati, a fisherwoman. Before this marriage she had already become a mother. Her son is Vyasa, very famous as a sage and as a writer. It was he who collected and rearranged the Veda-chants and compiled them into 4-Volumes. He wrote the Puranas and the great epic, Mahabharata. This great wok contains the Bhagavad Geeta, the advice of Krishna to Arjuna.

The greatness of Mahabharata lies in its quantity and quality. It contains one lakh of verses. It is an encyclopaedia of all information-social, political, economic, moral, religious, historical, philosophical, legendary, etc.


PREFACE: To Parents and Mission Workers



The Dejection of Arjuna
Samkhya Yoga (Philosophy of Wisdom)
Karma Yoga (the Path of Action)
Gnyana Karma Sanyasa Yoga
(The Path of Inspired, Self-less Action)
Karma Sanyasa Yoga
(The Path of Renunciation of Action)
Dhyana Yoga (The Yoga of Meditation)
Gnyana Vignana Yoga
(The Yoga of Knowledge and Wisdom)
Akshara Para Brahma Yoga
Raja Vidya Yoga
(The Path of Kindly Knowledge)
Vibhuti Yoga (Glory of the Supreme Lord)
Viswaroopa Sandarsana Yoga
(The Vision of the Cosmic Form)
Bhakti Yoga (The Path of Devotion)
Kshetra Kshetrajna Vibhaga Yoga
(The Field and the Knower of the Field)
Gunatraya Vibhaga Yoga
The Supreme Self
Divine and Undivine Types
The Three Fold Faith Types
The Path of Renunciation