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The Science of Religion for Mankind
Shreemad Bhagwad Geeta

Yatharth Geeta
The Geeta in its True Perspective
(5200 years long interval Shreemad Bhagwad Geeta
in its authentic and everlasting exposition)

Compiled and Interpreted 
through the Blessings of Parampoojya Shree Paramhansji Maharaj
By Paramhans Swami Adgadanand

What were the inner feelings and emotions of Shri Krishn when he preached the Geeta? All inner feelings cannot be expressed in words. Some can be told, some are expressed through the body language, and the rest are to be realised which can only be understood by a seeker through experiences. Only after attaining the state which Shri Krishn had been to, an accomplished teacher knows what Geeta says. He simply does not reiterate verses of the Geeta but, in fact, gives experiences to the inner feelings of the Geeta. This is possible because he sees the same picture which was there when Shri Krishn preached the Geeta. He therefore, sees the real meaning, can show it to us, can evoke the inner feelings and would lead us on the path of enlightenment.  Rev. Shri Paramhansji Mahraj was also an enlightened teacher of such a level and the compilation of his words and blessings to grasp the inner feelings of the Geeta itself is the 'Yatharth Geeta"...-Swami Adgadanand

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