ISBN: 9789392834646 Pages: 295 Size: 198 x 129 mm Language: English Book Binding: Paperback Weight: 200 gm.
About The Book
Best friends Akhil and Nikhil set out with grand plans and idealism of youth to change the world. But as the fresh graduates navigate the corridors of power, they find themselves battling moral and ethical dilemmas and are left grappling with larger questions of life: Does the end justify the means? How to perform oneâ€™s duties despite all odds? How to engage with the world with a sense of detachment? And why? How to overcome the fear of failure, self- doubts and disappointments? In the epic Mahabharata, when Arjuna stood reluctant and indecisive on the battleground of Kurukshetra, struggling with similar issues, Lord Krishnaâ€™s sage counsel helped him emerge victorious.Will the Bhagavad Gita help the youth of today to find the right answers and the courage and conviction that they lack? Win over Everyday Battles: The Gita Way helps answer these questions and more by using the trope of conversations and deliberations between Akhil and Nikhil, who share a passion for the teachings of the scripture.
About Bhuvnesh Pratap Singh
Bhuvnesh Pratap Singh joined the Jharkhand cadre of the Indian Administrative Services (IAS) in 2012 after securing an MBBS degree with distinction. While serving in Jharkhand in different capacities, including District Magistrate-cum-Deputy Commissioner of Lohardaga, Godda, Koderma, Hazaribagh districts, he bagged many prestigious awards for smoothly executing various flagship schemes of the government. Currently, he is a director in the School Education and Literacy Development Department of Jharkhand government.
Shantanu Agrahari joined the Jharkhand cadre of the IAS in 2012, after securing an MBBS degree with merit. While serving Jharkhand in different capacities, including, District Magistrate- cum-Deputy Commissioner of Palamu, West Singhbhum and Jamtara districts, and Municipal Commissioner of Ranchi, he fetched several prestigious awards for the state. Currently, he is on Central Deputation and serving Government of India. He has also studied Urban Planning at the Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC), Singapore and Urban Studies at London School of Economics and Political Science.