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Vyas Gita - In English Rhyme - cover

Vyas Gita - In English Rhyme

Munindra Misra

Publisher: Munindra Misra

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Summary

Sri Vyas Gita in English rhyme iis a part of the ancient Brahma Puran and is the best self-help guide book for the reader.
 
Sri Vyas Gita provides an understanding of the Supreme Atma, the virtues, defects.
 
It also provides a deep knowledge of the perishable & imperishable, the unity & diversity and the Vidya & Avidya concepts as stated in the Brahma Puran.
 
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There will be no fear in absence of duality,
 
Fear will be till there is the sense of duality;
 
What seen apart from Self perishable be,
 
What is perishable involves loss fear truly.
 
 
Available since: 11/09/2022.
Print length: 201 pages.

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