Bhagavad Gita and Karma Yoga

A summary study of ancient wisdom – made super relevant for the modern lifestyle, and presented in a scientific light.

What you’ll learn

  • Learn time tested techniques of upgrading the quality of life through Karma Yoga
  • Discover revolutionary ways to get job satisfaction and improve relationships

  • Gain an unambiguous understanding of the concepts of Karma and Karma Yoga

  • See life through the clear lens of Gita’s wisdom (which makes decision making easy)
  • Get a comprehensive overview of the essence of Gita’s teachings


  • Have an intense desire for a better life and an open mind

The Vedas were for the ancient Indians what Google is for we moderns. People referred to them for almost everything – and that included career advice, relationship counseling, happiness tips, and of course spirituality. These literary texts monopolized the ‘market’ for centuries, much longer than Google can ever hope to.

If you want to try out these tomes today, it can be a bit hard though. The challenge concerns language, and especially relevance. On the face, this literature may seem to address a civilization far removed from ours, but if you look closer – through the lens of a Vedic expert – you can appreciate how they transcend the limits of time.

Bhagavad Gita is a collection of 700 verses found within the epic Mahabharath.  It is the documentation of a conversation that evolved on a battlefield. Armies of two groups, the Pandavas and the Kauravas – who were close blood relatives – had assembled for war. But just before the first arrows went flying, Arjuna, a commander of the Pandava clan broke down; he felt the war too overwhelming – emotionally. For counsel, he turned to Supreme Lord Sri Krishna, who was playing the role of his chariot driver. “I don’t want a temporary stop-gap solution,” Arjuna sobbed. “I want the mystery of life unraveled. Who are we? What makes life? What do we truly need to be happy? And how can we lead a purposeful, satisfying, and wholehearted life with meaningful relationships?”

Aren’t these questions relevant even today?

Through this introductory course, I bring to you the answers to these very queries.

Together we shall discover the building blocks that make life; we shall experience many aha moments together.  A concrete life-transforming action plan will be chalked out. Everything I say will be elaborated upon with modern research findings and illustrated through stories from the second world war and corporate America.

And you will witness Karma-Yoga emerge out as a promising path to personal transformation.

Who this course is for

  • Someone who is looking for a purposeful life, a fulfilling carrier, meaningful relationships, and true inner spiritual happiness
  • Someone who wants to explore Karma Yoga
  • Someone who wants a logical overview of Bhagavad Gita