Book on Bhagavad Gita released

Meeting of minds: K.Niruparani, Vice-Chancellor of Adikavi Nannaya University and Turlapati Kutumba Rao, veteran journalist, at a book release function in Rajahmundry on Tuesday. —   | Photo Credit: Photo: S.Rambabu

Staff Reporter

Rajahmundry: Speakers at a book release function of ‘Geeta Comes Alive’ have given latest interpretations to Bhagavad Gita in accordance with the modern times. Veteran journalist Turlapati Kutumba Rao described Lord Krishna, who preached Bhagavad Gita, as ‘the best psychoology analyst’ of modern times. He said Mahatma Gandhi used to tell people that whenever he had encountered with any problem, he found solution by going through Bhagavad Gita.

K. Niruparani, Vice-Chancellor of Nannaya University, said it was difficult to implement the Geeta in present situation, but it was everlasting lesson to the generations to come. Dr. Karri Rama Reddy said the Geeta was the best psychotherapy and it should be made as an academic subject.

P. Ramakrisha, vice-president of the Hotel Anand Regency,also spoke. Writer Pokkuluri Subba Rao was felicitated on this occasion