ALIVE in KRISHNA

Ghanshyamdas Birla

PARAGON HOUSE

NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction v
  • Looking Back 1
  • The Ego 4
  • About Biographies 8
  • Chronicles of Good and Bad 11
  • Bhagavata Dharma 14
  • Bhakti, The Easy Path To a Richer Life 17
  • Bhajan and Kirtan 21
  • Yoga and Viyoga 26
  • The Search for Truth 32
  • The Name of the Lord 36
  • Realization 41
  • An Avatara Has a Cause 46
  • The Power Behind the Image 50
  • Realization of Brahman -- Soul Experience 55
  • Karma Yoga in the Gita 60
  • Karma and Sanyasa 67
  • The Welfare of the World 73
  • Krishna in the Two Poems 81
  • Krishna, the Superman 85
  • Justice and Mercy 90
  • Krishna in Kamyakavana 95
  • Negotiations for Peace 104
  • Dharma and Adharma 112
  • Duryodhana -- an Adharmi 118
  • The Great Assembly 123
  • Conquer Your Senses 129
  • The Cosmic Form of the Lord 134
  • This War is a Yagna 139
  • Karna and Kunti 146
  • The Begging Bowl of Indra 155
  • Yudhishthira 162
  • In the Middle of the Night 164
  • The Deaths of Bheeshma and Abhimanyu 168
  • Drona and Jayadratha 176
  • The Death of Karna 182
  • Duryodhana 191
  • The Gadayuddha 198
  • Anger, the Mother of Sin 206
  • Freedom -- at Last! 211
  • Summing Up 215
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