Great epics are a repository of values and culture. They highlight man's inner turmoil and his ultimate triumph. The Indian epic poem Mahabharata, written in the fourth century, by Sage Vyasa, is considered to be the longest poem ever written. The Bhagavad Gita, forming the philosophical portion of the Mahabharata expounds the fundamental values of life. It synthesises an individual's thinking, feeling and actions to live a life of purpose.
"Life success and spiritual success must go together" - Swami Rama Tirtha
Decode The Gita
Saturday, 28 Aug, 6:30 to 7:30pm
Bhagavad Gita presents a philosophy which can be translated into practical living in one’s social, official and domestic lives. It provides timeless principles to live a life of meaning and purpose. The knowledge contained in the Gita is applicable to all irrespective of one’s age, position or place in life.
The Art Of Self Motivation
Sunday, 29 Aug, 6:30 to 7:30pm
One of the most important themes in the Gita "Lift yourself by yourself". The knowledge of the Gita elevates us to the virtues we possess and the strength we require to help us prevail as we face the challenges of life.