Munindra Misra

Ashtavakra Gita

Ashtavakra Gita (Song) in simple English rhyme is a dialogue between Ashtavakra and Janak wherein Ashtavakra answers questions regarding the very nature of the soul, bondage, and the reality. It shows a radical version of non-dualistic philosophy and Show cases for the whole humanity.

Gita and Ramayana are perhaps the sum total of the fabrics of Hinduism (a way of life).

The Gita (song) are teaching by Divine or ancient revered holy rishis teaching both metaphysics and practice of disciplined action. They proclaims that life is worth living, teaches how it should be lived and the path to self-realisation. They are the cream of the Upanishads, which themselves are the core of the Four Vedas.
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