Saturday, 29 August 2015

BOOK REVIEW: Discover the Arjuna in You by Satish Modh

An 18 Step Guide for Self-Awareness


Since time immemorial, Arjuna has come to embody strength, courage and valour. Legend has it that the great warrior from the epic tale Mahabharata, had excellent visual skills as demonstrated through the fabled Bird’s Eye shot. The stories of his sharp-sightedness and heroism have spread far and wide. Each one of us have Arjuna’s unwavering gaze to focus on our target and endeavour for the best. However, in our own lives, we are often unable to achieve our aims; we fail the allegorical Bird’s Eye test.

Discover the Arjuna in You, based on the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita, takes us through various phases of Arjuna’s life. It engages in the deeply philosophical conversations between Krishna and Arjuna on life lessons, and inspires us to seek answers to our own predicaments. Once we break free from the clutches of our fears and inhibitions, we can empower ourselves through focus and determination and imbibe the values of the valiant Arjuna.

Embark on a journey of motivation and become an unbeatable archer like Arjuna, because we too can set our targets, conquer every challenge along the way and emerge a winner. 

BOOK REVIEW:-  I bought this book from amazon.I was impressed by the title and the cover of the book, so i picked it up.

This book is designed as an 18 step guide to discover your true nature. But there are many obstacles to this process.However if u are willing to face such moments ,the way Arjuna did, you can discover who you really are and strive for victory, wealth and wisdom.
This book is definitely for those who want to proceed on the journey of self-discovery.This book is for you, because at the very least,you want to try.As krishna said in the Gita ,the person who tries to follow the right path..."

This book will enable you to discover yourself and the Arjuna within you.
I would give this book 4.5 out of 5 stars.A good read .

SATISH MODH has authored several pioneering books on disaster management. He is also the author of Ethical Management and The Care Revolution: A New Agenda for Resurgent India. He has published several research papers in reputed peer reviewed journals. He has developed a personality indicator based on Guna concept of the Bhagavad Gita. He has also conducted several workshops on leadership development for NGOs and business organizations based on this framework.

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