The eighteen chapters of The Bhagavad Gita, the glory of Sanskrit literature, encompass the whole spiritual struggle of a human soul. Its three central themes – love, light, and life – arise from the symphonic vision of God in all things and of all things in God.
The Gita is for all seekers of truth to help them recognize truth from untruth. It directs the Spirit's ascent through winding mind alleys of conditioning, concepts and projections into the threshold of Absolute Truth.
The story of the incarnation of Shri Krishna told in seven volumes: The Magic Flute, The Wrath of the Emperor, The Five Brothers, The Book of Bhima, The Book of Satyabhama, The Book of Vedavyasa, The Master and The Book of Yudishtara.