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Krishna Gopeshvara: The Truth of Vrishnis (Book 1 of the Lord Krishna Trilogy) Paperback – 29 May 2018
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The book provides an excellent insight into the working of the society in Krishna's times. Small conversations bring out the deeper meanings of many of the common practices of the people of those times which persist to this day;
Evil ideology of Kutil Muni and its influence on Kamsa is depicted in a manner that anticipates future events in the next parts of the Trilogy. The Reverse Swastika as the symbol of an evil ideology is fittingly destroyed with the slaying of Kamsa.
About the Author
Sanjay Dixit is an IAS officer of the 1986 batch in Rajasthan Cadre. Prior to joining the IAS, he was in the Merchant Navy as an engineer. He sailed the high seas for four years before jumping ashore, landing in the sea of desert.
He has done his graduation in Marine Engineering from DMET, Calcutta (as it then was). After joining the IAS, he added three Masters qualifications to his repertoire - in Indian classical music, economics, and software systems; the last one from BITS, Pilani. He also took a professional degree in Law.
He has travelled India and the world extensively, first as a merchant mariner and then as an administrator. He was also an active sportsman. He went on to don many hats in sports administration, including that of being Secretary and President of Rajasthan Cricket Association, Secretary of Rajasthan Tennis Association, and member of BCCI Finance Committee.
As a person of varied interests, he has authored dozens of articles, covering such diverse fields as cricket, general sports, agriculture, Islamism, spirituality, strategic affairs, and current issues. His articles have appeared in DNA, Yahoo India, Mumbai Mirror, Swarajya Magazine, Print India, India Facts and Medium.com.
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Sanjay ji has narrated in such a way, it seems very lively while reading as if I'm witnessing these events myself.
Enjoyed the narration, especially enjoyed the conversation, wisdom and humour between Kanha and Sri Radha! I'm going to read those again, very deep, pensive! Glad you mentioned the subtle relationship between them correctly. People often misunderstnad this, now I hope they would come to know!
And I honestly think the detail of how Kamsa treated certain women was not needed.
Waiting for the next part! I hope that will be even more interesting than this one!! :))
This book should be used as homework reading in school as part of the subjects on religion or social service or moral sciences or whatever be their equivalent. This book should used by Indian consulates around the world to introduce Hinduism to new comers to India. This book should be treated as a great eye-opener by those born in other religions than Hinduism: it gives a rare and easy insight into human psychology, as dealt with within Hinduism, by which is meant in this context, an enlightened and higher way of life.
#krishnagopeshwara by Shri Sanjay Dixit is a must read for one and all.
A book review of Krishna Gopeshvara made me feel that it is different and I bought it. What a great read it turned out to be - I finished the book in less than a week.
Sanjay Dixit has woven a fascinating fabric - the book brings out his deep knowledge of Dharma. Written in traditional style with skillful use of modern idiom, he has told Krishna Katha at several planes. Most commendable is his introduction of our Dharmic and Darshna (loosely translable as Philosophy)concepts in a way that even the lay reader can understand them. He gives a dharmic interpretation of the various events as well as actions of Krishna - why Kansa was slayed and not taken prisoner... many such questions are answered.
A very well written book, throughly enjoyed reading it and in the process also found myself enriched.
A must read book for all those who want to know and care about our great civilizational heritage.
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