Bhagavad Gita is the most radiant crest jewel of all Vaishnava pieces of literature till date which later became the spiritual law book of Hindus worldwide. The conversation between Sri Vasudeva Krishna and Arjuna on the war front of Kurukshetra more than 5000 years ago had streamlined various philosophical and religious thoughts of Vedic India.
It reflects the monotheistic aspect of the Vedas and the Upanishads and is regarded by many theologians across the World as the ultimate science of life. Sri Uthradom Thirunal Marthanda Varma of Travancore, a descendant of the archaic ruling clan of Cheras wanted commentary on the Gita to be his last book.
It was his earnest desire to review the eternal truths embedded in the Gita and compare it with the decadent values of modern times. This book is the outcome of the intellectual exchanges between the last titular Maharaja of Travancore and his young researcher friend, Gautham Padmanabhan. Published by Current Books, Karishye Vachanam Tava is at all the retail and DC online stores.