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NEW! Bhagavad-gita for Children

On these pages, the wisdom of the Gita is easily accessible for the delight and enrichment of children everywhere. This unique Gita explores four virtues: equal-mindedness, healthy-mindedness, wisdom, and courage. Through photographs, paintings, and straightforward text, children learn of the nature of life, how to be satisfied by doing their best regardless of the results, and the art of living well in this world.

Finalist: 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards

The acclaimed story of a skeptical young American photojournalist who, feeling discontent with the culture she knows, travels East with a friend. In Nepal, a small band of monks somehow open her to the beauty of a simple lifestyle. And in India, she is — and we are — fully exposed to a whole new vision of the world and her role in it.

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The expanse of open space, the unprecedented quiet, the freedom to be just who you are, the luxury of feeling earth instead of concrete beneath your feet — these are some of the natural charms of country living. Here is the story of a family of city dwellers who take a plunge: they join a remote community of country-living individualists who are guided by Bhagavad-gita, one of the oldest spiritual teachings in existence.

Along with comic and cosmic challenges, this daring family harvests soul-stirring life lessons suited for any time, place, or circumstance. And they somehow fall in love with the land and the joyful pioneers who call it home.

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Our Most Dear Friend, Bhagavad-gita for Children presents the essence of the Gita through simple yet captivating painting, text, and photographic montages. Children of every race, nationality, and religion will deepen their understanding of themselves, God, and his creation through this delightful book. Ages 4 and up.

Also available in the following languages:
Spanish, Finnish, French, Italian, German & Dutch

2011 Independent Publisher Book Award Winner

The Bhagavad-gita, or God’s song, is a classical sacred text that comes to us from ancient India. Indeed, the Bhagavad-gita is a “song” (gita), as its text is found in flowing Sanskrit verse. Yet, the content of this poem takes the form of a conversation between the Supreme Lord Krishna (the bhagavat), and his dear friend Arjuna, who is confronted by universal existential questions that continue to challenge humans: What is my purpose in life? What should be the values by which I can make critical life decisions? What constitutes true happiness and fulfillment while in a world of moral conflict and degradation? What is the ultimate reality and what is my relationship to it? These are just some of the questions to which this text poses answers.

Pocket-Sized Gita

The Gita’s essence, articulated clearly and authentically, in a book small enough to carry with you always. Connection, direction, and inspiration at your fingertips. The fully illustrated version of this book, Bhagavad-gita: A Photographic Essay, won the Independent Publisher Book Award and is acclaimed by Gita scholars and devotees throughout the world.

Video Entertainment

A young American, disillusioned by the pressures and mindlessness of Western education and consumerism, journeys to the East looking for fun and adventure. In India she unexpectedly finds truth and knowledge beyond the intellect, beauty and hope beyond the mundane. Her life is never the same. A 24-minute DVD with music, sound effects, provocative wisdom and over 250 stunning photographs.

Spanish Edition

The acclaimed story of a skeptical young American photojournalist who, feeling discontent with the culture she knows, travels East with a friend. In Nepal, a small band of monks somehow open her to the beauty of a simple lifestyle. And in India, she is — and we are — fully exposed to a whole new vision of the world and her role in it.

For Children

Our Most Dear Friend, Bhagavad-gita for Children presents the essence of the Gita through simple yet captivating painting, text, and photographic montages. Children of every race, nationality, and religion will deepen their understanding of themselves, God, and his creation through this delightful book. Ages 4 and up.