SADHGURU TARA VISHAL MARGADARSHI
“Sadhguru Tara Vishal Margadarshi” is the upgraded version of “Tara Vishal Margadarshi”.
Sadhguru Tara Vishal ji is the author of this Magnum opus which unveils the long hidden secrets of Spiritual Science, Divine Sadhanas (Meditation), Akarma Veganism and Scientific research reports. The wisdom of this book and its definite implementation will certainty help the seeker solve his / her physical, psychological and spiritual problems and create a happy and a meaningful life.
SHRI GURU GITA
Shri Guru Gita is actually "Uma Maheswara Samvadham which is extracted from Uttara Khandam of Skandha Purana. One day, Devi Parvati sees Lord Shiva in the traditional Namaskar position( hands folded and head bowed forward) before starting his meditation. Confused and puzzled, Parvati asks Shiva " My Lord ! The whole world bows down to you. But you are bowing to some one else. Who is that? Please explain and clear my confusion." Lord Shiva replies to Parvathi that he was bowing down as an act of respect to "Guru" and explains that a "Guru " is the person who helps, teaches and guides the people to walk in the path of Truth (Sathya Margam) and attain Moksha. When asked to explain in detail about the nature, qualities and work of a Guru, what Lord Shiva explains to her is the main content of the present book "Shri Guru Gita." This book consists of the great wisdom imparted to Devi Parvathi by Lord Shiva during the conversation between them about the importance of a Guru in a person's life. Shri Guru Gita contains profound wisdom that can help every individual to find his/her Guru who would ultimately guide them and make them walk in the path of Self realization.
In Mahabharata, 3 Gitas were told by Lord Krishna - Bhagwad Gita, Anu Gita and Uttara Gita. Bhagawad Gita was the conversation between Krishna and Arjuna that took place in the Kurukshetra battleground when Arjuna didn't want to fight the battle as all his well-wishers, friends and brothers were on the other side. So Lord Krishna bestowed spiritual wisdom to Arjuna and made him realize the truth. This was direct teaching of Krishna. Anu Gita was told after the war, i.e. when peace was restored. Arjuna tells Krishna that he has forgotten the Divine Wisdom and requests Krishna to teach him once again. Krishna denies his request and says that it cannot be retold. But instead, he simply quotes a discourse that occurred between a Siddha and Kashyapa. This Anu Gita is not a direct teaching of Lord Krishna. Many years after the war, when Arjuna starts getting older, he asks Krishna to bless him with the divine wisdom once again. Realizing Arjuna's real thirst for spiritual wisdom, Lord Krishna teaches Uttara Gita to Arjuna that led him towards enlightenment. This Sampoorna Gita is the combination of Bhagawad Gita (also called Poorva Gita as it was told before the war) and Uttara Gita ( which was told after the war) which were the direct teachings of Lord Krishna. (Here Krishna is the representative of Narayana and Arjuna is the representative of Nara. This wisdom is a must for every human to attain enlightenment). These 2 Gitas are described in a very simple language so that even a common man can understand and implement the principles. Anu Gita is not included as it is not a direct teaching of Krishna.