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10 Essential Success Mantras from the Bhagavad Gita (Rupa Quick Reads)

Written by: Vimla Patil
Narrated by: Geeta Singh
Length: 26 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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For thousands of years, the Bhagavad Gita has inspired millions of saints, leaders, scientists, philosophers and ordinary people around the world. In this quick read, Vimla Patil draws valuable success mantras from the philosophical text that are sure to take your life to the next level.

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No Geeta references or quotes...

No Geeta references or quotes. Very basic kids level. Probably not even from the Geeta but generic stuff from here and there.. Like King Ashoka etc. A bit disappointing.

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my first book on audio

good effort which summurizes the sucesses mantras but correlation with bhagwadgeeta was not mentioned any where

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Practical

Very practical approach with actions giving reference of Indian history, culture and personalities.
Chapters 8,9 and 10th , i liked the most !!

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Nice story

I loved the book. The story was narrated beautifully. Really interesting. The end was shocking.

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  • neel kothari
  • 13-09-18

General lessons, not from Geeta

General tips, very little to do with Geeta. Lessons do not even refer to Geeta

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  • Gil Blas
  • 06-02-20

No references to Bhagavad Geeta

Regardless of the merits of the content it was something of a disappointment to find no quote or even chapter references. The title verges on misrepresentation. Maybe it is a Buddhist exegesis.
The style is quite hectoring and the reader’s voice sounds unrehearsed, hurried and sharp. Some mistakes, either in taking breath for the reading or in the script, eg in chapter seven the word avoid is used where cultivate would be more appropriate in one place, reversing the meaning.
One or two insights but less than it promised to be.