Each of the 700 verses of the Gita is capable of delivering, of winning, of giving the direct and full answer. Just as a smartphone has tons of apps, all different, all unique yet wholly complete by themselves. Just as a wardrobe has so many clothes and shoes, all different, yet each befitting. Just as you have facebook friends and contacts, each unique yet capable.
Just as Guruji answers someone’s query in Satsang. It is a specific question. It is a specific answer. Yet it weaves its magic on all. Satisfies many.
Each of Sri Sri’s answers “as if” meant for one enlightens one and all. So it is with the Gita.
The verses are weaved together by a magician. They are placed by a divine hand. The verses are interspersed and knitted and dyed and woven. Are made up of cottons and silks, nylons and polyester, wool and acrylic, and every yarn under the sun. The weaving is so deft, smooth, and soft, so cozy, nice and comfortable; that one may miss the hues shades nuances emotions events and truths. But one cannot miss the impact!
So one may ask; Who is the Gita for? Who benefits? How benefits?
The Bhagavad Gita is spoken by the Lord. Who doth the Lord address?
The entire creation of course. He addresses every single man woman and child. He addresses every single plant herb and tree. Every piece of matter animate or inanimate. Every ray of energy, no matter whether it is in the visible spectrum or beyond.
The Gita is about Life. It is about Dinacharya. About Ritucharya.
About what to do when. How to live, how to LOVE.
How to be well. How to plan and how to act.
What to think and what to speak.
About what qualities to nourish. What goals to achieve.
About how to meet deadlines and targets.
It applies not only to mankind. It also applies to machines and electronics. It applies also to the Natural Laws and to the life-forms we know and do not know.
It is a complete textbook. A finely detailed user manual to strengthen one’s MIND.
Nourish the SOUL. And of course the Gita doth Flex the BODY.
Contains Original verse in Sanskrit with a Latin transliteration and succinct essence.