Gita Press, Gorakhpur A Leading Religious Books Publisher for Hindu Religion offering books like Shrimad सरल गीता, सजिल्द (Saral Gita, Hardbound). Gita Press has published more than books. A detailed catalog of published books is given below. Presently, all published books are not available on this. Gita Press, Gorakhpur A Leading Religious Books Publisher for Hindu Religion offering books like Shrimad Bhagvad Gita, Ramcharit Manas, Ramayan.

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    Results 1 - 16 of Srimad Bhagavad Gita in Sanskrit, Hindi & English By. GITA PRESS. by GITA PRESS and Shri Hari. of results for Books: "Geeta Press" SANTAN GOPAL STROTRA GEETA PRESS AUR PUTRA PRAPTI HETU ANUSHTHAN VIDHI. by geeta . Gita Press Books - download Gita Press Books at India's Best Online Shopping Store. Check Price in India and Shop Online. ✓ Free Shipping ✓ Cash on Delivery.

    It is understood that more than , copies of this edition are already sold out and we do not know how many copies will be more sold in the future with so many anomalies in it. Simple academic knowledge is useless for this purpose. The authors of these scriptures are not ordinary human being with four disqualifications of conditioned life. And as such there is no possibility on the part of such liberated authors to commit mistakes, inconsistencies, cheating the public or imperfection. If anybody finds inconsistency in such liberated Personalities—it must be considered as sheer anomaly on the part of the editor.

    As is the case when men of any religious persuasion embark on spreading morality, the female and her behaviour is roped in.

    One of the most horrifying chapters is the one on family values 'The moral universe of Gita Press'. In our parts politics is inseparable from religion and culture. I was struck at how the press owners and their writers are preponderantly Bania and Brahmin.

    This has been a tradition for quite some time and the early part of the 20th century, according to this book, saw magazines which were aimed at reform in Marwari and Aggarwal society which were financed by Marwaris but were edited by Brahmins. This caste-specific composition affected the press' output, naturally. Pushing the traditionalist positions on Hinduism also meant pushing caste. Mukul tells us that "much of the Gita Press's critique of the Hindu Code Bill stemmed from its opposition to lower castes gaining liberty of access to upper-caste homes through marital alliances that had the sanction of law".

    It is frightening and sobering that the Hindu political consciousness should have come out of such criminal nonsense.

    'Save Gita Press': 92-Year-Old Hindu Publication House Evokes Memories Among The Twitterati

    Our misfortune is the inability of our middle class to see it clearly for what it is. This work would open their eyes if they would read it.

    This is, as I said, a scholarly work. In his bibliography, writer Akshaya Mukul lists two dozen works in Hindi under the secondary sources alone. The English ones run into well over a hundred, and each page and almost every paragraph shows the depth of the research.

    In his April article Vartaman Shiksha, Poddar acknowledged that in India having too many children was a cause of misery for parents, but called it divine providence. If someone does not believe in this, then self-restraint is the only solution.

    How the Gita Press opposed birth control to shore up the Hindu population

    He argued the sole purpose of birth-control measures was to satisfy sexual passion, and that could encourage adultery. Without mentioning the source a common habit with him , Poddar referred to an article by Gandhi that warned of negative consequences of artificial birth control, many of which were still not apparent. One consequence was the wave of sexual liberty among school- and college-going females, as restricting the use of contraceptives to married women was impossible.

    Besides, with the availability of contraceptives, marriage had lost its sanctity and become merely a means to satisfy the sexual urge. Gandhi had appealed to doctors, saying that that they would do a great service to mankind if they stopped prescribing artificial methods of birth control. It makes men and women frivolous.

    Artificial methods would result in impotence and decline in sperm count. If anybody finds inconsistency in such liberated Personalities—it must be considered as sheer anomaly on the part of the editor.

    How the Gita Press opposed birth control to shore up the Hindu population

    They are as follows:— On page the 16th sloka on the 15th Chapter appears. In this sloka there is mention of two Purushas namely the Kshara and the Akshara.

    It is also said there that all living being in the material word Sarbani Bhutani are Kshara Purushas. This Bhutani is explained as Body of the living being? Is it the proper meaning of the word? Kshara is a Purusha is already explained and how it can be then the body of the Purusha?

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