Finding Love in Life through Bhagavad Gita

A four-day Gitamritam Camp was held on 20-24 Nov 2015 at Amrita University Campus, Coimbatore.

Br. Dhyanamrita gave the class on Bhagavad Gita 12th Chapter to the couples.  the 4 day camp for couples which focused on the family and drew upon the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita. With the outdoor sessions, connecting with the guest speakers and the workshops, he made participants realise the need to imbibe the values of Gita in daily life. He gave the example of how Amma is a role modal – leading life in the house, executing all her household responsibilities, converted all actions in to worship and realised God.

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Feedback:

S.Subramanian:
The explanation of the Slokas with examples, stories, and how to apply in life were very down to earth and easily understandable.

Valli Kannu:
When I came to the Gitamritam I didn’t know the Bhagavad Gita. For me, it is only a Sanskrit book which I didn’t understand. Now I have confidence that I can read the Gita and get good values for my daily life practice.

Dr.Manjula Arun:
I realised that we are all Arjuna in one way or another.

Dr.Dhanya Prasad:
Gita is the Mother who can lead us through any situation by giving the strength to face life and lead a happy life.

Diljith:
I can feel the taste of real divinity.

Anila:
I tried to understand what Bhagavan expects from us as human beings. I think now it is time to practice it.

Syam Kumar:
Enlightening. Dhyanji was very simple in explaining the 12th chapter. He gave very practical examples to which we could easily relate.

Nidheesh M:
Excellent. Wonderful sessions. Really eye-opening sessions.

DUurgalakshmi CV:
The class was excellent. Informative, simple examples were given by Swamiji which were understandable.

Medhini Madhavan Menon:
The class was a most apt way of helping us make GITA our way of life. Especially by quoting a lot of practical examples that we can relate to on a day to day basis.

Shanti K:
It was a very simplified way of making others understand about the essence of life. An eye-opener.