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The Gita For Children Kindle Edition
About the Author
- ASIN : B0128BJ4OG
- Publisher : Hachette India (5 August 2015)
- Language : English
- File size : 4527 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 266 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,802 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Now comes the interesting part , my son(10 years) has almost finished it and said today , " Mumma at places , it makes me cry " . And i without reading it my own , felt so good about my decision to give him this book . It's so grasping , that my son took it school to too to read it in his free period . Thanks to the writer for making it so easy for me . Go for it !!
This book contains many other things like
10 avtaars of Vishnu
12 names of Krishna
12 names of Arjuna
seven ages of man
12 months of Hindu calenders
Sattvik diet list..
I believe its suitable fr age 20 and above.. title should have been renamed to 'Gita for teems'
Overall it's good fr a beginner to introduce them to Gita. Quality of print and pages is not that bad. .. nothing new has been added. I found sudha murthys books more appealing..
My children themselves were uncomfortable with some of the language and tone and esp. questioned why the author refers to parents in such a degrading manner. And it keeps coming page after page right from chapter one.
It's now sitting around unfinished and is destined for the 'raddiwallah'. We don't even want to donate this to anyone.
This is the second of the authors books we ordered together. There is definitely an issue with her working style.
About the book:
It will give you a general idea of the pre-kurukshetra yudh and about the Bhagvat Gita in general.
The author has picked some famous shlokas out of the 700 ones and has explained/interpreted them as per her thoughts, and of the people she refers to in the Bibliography.
Mind you, she doesn’t go to the original sources but on the interpretations of the gita by learned people she mentioned at the end of the book. So, please dont consider this 100% accurate, just like no version of Gita/Veda/upanishad can ever be.
I loved her way with words! The reading is easy and inviting.
The only con I could find consistently in every of herbook is that her dates are all messed up. She is not a historian, so please excuse the history part of things but the content is worth every rupee.
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