sarvopaniṣado gāvo dogdhā gopālanandanah;
pārtho vatsah sudhīr bhoktā dugdham gītāmrtam mahat
All the Upanishads are the cows; the milker is Krishna; the cowherd boy, Partha (Arjuna), is the calf; men of purified intellect are the drinkers; the milk is the great nectar of the Gita.
The above popular verse in the Vedanta tradition succinctly describes the Bhagavad Gita. Like the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita too is aimed at the seekers of Moksha but with a uniqueness not found explicitly in any other Hindu text. The uniqueness lies in Lord Krishna skilfully unfolding both Jnana Yoga and Karma Yoga to people of different lifestyles. In this series of classes, the summary of Bhagavad Gita will be unfolded through a thorough study of its Chapter 2. People who are exploring or identified Moksha as their life goal will greatly benefit from these classes.
The classes will be facilitated by Kathirasan K and Anuradha of the Centre for Yoga and Vedanta.
Venue: Online Class on Zoom platform (with Onsite Satsanga every last Thursday of the Month)
Date: Thursdays starting from 3rd Nov 2016
Time: 7.30 to 8.30 pm