First, complete the Srimad Bhagavad Gita at least once and then go for a detailed study of the scripture!
Click on the link below to the Udemy Course A.G.E. A Gita Experience with Tavamithram Sarvadahttps://bit.ly/agecourse
Click on the link below to the Udemy Course A.G.E. A Gita Experience with Tavamithram Sarvada
It gives me great joy when someone like this person has captured the most important feature of my SBG courses – The ease to complete the entire SBG and attain the satisfaction of having done it. A comment from someone who took the A.G.E Course created and published by me on Udemy caught my attention today. The comment of that person is given below.
What you might have heard from others does not concern me but I must say the following: I am of the opinion that since you will anyway need to read the Srimad Bhagavad Gita multiple times in life, why not just aim at completing it at least once and then go for studying it in detail? Unfortunately, most people do not follow this method and go for big fat copies of the SBG sold or distributed by large ‘Gita organisations’. They do not manage to cross a couple of pages of the life-changing scripture, and they put it away either in their ‘puja room’ or any other place thinking they would open it again after they turn 60 or something! Their ignorance of the Supreme Philosophy of the Srimad Bhagavad Gita makes them believe frauds posing as great spiritual teachers, and of course, they fall for silly WhatsApp forwards that talk absolute nonsense.
When my son was approximately five or six years old, I introduced him to the Srimad Bhagavad Gita. I made sure to explain the story to him as an allegory from the start. When he turned ten years old, he astounded me by providing a synopsis of the entire Srimad Bhagavad Gita. It has had a profound impact on his character and decision-making abilities. He now values the significance of remaining composed, refraining from being swayed by emotions, rejecting flattery, and carrying out his actions with social responsibility. He will turn 19 in August 2023.
A wealth of material that I have created is accessible at no cost on my websites and YouTube channel, and is also obtainable in the form of low-priced paperbacks, audiobooks, and Udemy courses.
Don’t wait for anything or anyone. Start your study of the Srimad Bhagavad Gita now.
Click on the image or on the link below to go to the course page on Udemy and look for the comment of this person who seems to be neither Indian nor has any Indian roots.https://bit.ly/agecourse
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Nice compliments to immense work done by Tavamitharam