ABOUT ARJUN UVACHA: ADHYATMIK JATRA BOOK
Dr. Krupesh Thacker’s best-selling work “Arjun Uvacha: Adhyatmik Jatra” is a spiritual Kutchi novel. It is the first book from the “Jeevan Mein Gunje Gita” book series. The narrative is a unique combination of two Yugas, Dwapar and Kali. Arjun, the legendary figure from the Indian epic Mahabharata, is the narrator here. As a philosopher and guide, he accompanies Dr. Krupesh and his daughter on their path from curiosity to self-realization and discusses Gita’s lessons and his experience receiving the Shrimad Bhagavad Gita straight from Bhagavan Krishna in various incidents of their life. In the Dwapara Yuga, Bhagavan Krishna provided the richest wisdom through the Gita, and Arjun was a seeker; this fact is portrayed in the story, as Arjun tells the Gita to his friend Dr. Krupesh, who is the seeker, in the Kali Yuga. The most intriguing aspect of the novel for readers is that Arjun narrates it in the Kutchi native language. The simplest manner of storytelling and the kid-friendly presentation of Gita verses make this book an excellent choice for all ages to learn about Gita and its practical implications. As an author, Dr. Krupesh successfully transformed the book from a mere narrative to a spiritual pilgrimage.
‘Arjun Uvacha: Adhyatmik Jatra’ is a Kutchi novel based on the theory of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita. Arjun, a character of Mahabharata tells the story in the regional language Kutchi. As a friend of the author Dr. Krupesh, he guides him and his daughter through the insights of the Gita received from Bhagavan Krishna at the battle-field of Mahabharata. The whole book reflects the unique bends of Dwapar and Kali Yuga and serves the simplest form of Gita’s practical implementations that are easier to grasp for people of all ages.
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ANALYSIS OF ARJUN UVACHA: ADHYATMIK JATRA BOOK
A spiritual Kutchi novel, “Arjun Uvacha: Adhyatmik Jatra” is Dr. Krupesh Thacker’s popular work. The story is a one-of-a-kind mashup of the Yugas Dwapar and Kali. Here, the story is told by the famed character Arjun from the Indian epic Mahabharata. Along with Dr. Krupesh and his daughter, he explores the lessons of the Gita and recounts his experience of receiving the Shrimad Bhagavad Gita directly from Bhagavan Krishna. He acts as a guide and philosopher, accompanying them on their journey from curiosity to self-realization. Arjun, who was a seeker in the Dwapara Yuga, informs his companion Dr. Krupesh, who is also a seeker in the Kali Yuga, the Gita, which contains the richest wisdom from Bhagavan Krishna. Readers are mainly captivated by the fact that Arjun recounts the story in the original Kutchi language. This book is perfect for people of all ages who want to learn about the Gita and its practical consequences because of its kid-friendly presentation of verses and its straightforward storytelling style. Dr. Krupesh Thacker expertly elevated the work from a story to a spiritual journey in his role as author.
FAMOUS QUOTES FROM ARJUN UVACHA: ADHYATMIK JATRA
Panjo Mijaaj, Kutchi Mijaaj – Dr. Krupesh ThackerFrom – “Arjun Uvacha: Adhyatmik Jatra”
Dr. Krupesh Thacker: As an affectionate father, he is in the leading role. He teaches the philosophy of self-realization through exploring the existence of God.
Vacha: She has a curiosity to find the existence of God. The whole spiritual journey started with the question she asked ‘Daddy, where is Kano?’
Arjun: He is not just a mere character but the awakened consciousness of the author himself made him the ‘Inner Arjun’.
|Arjun Uvacha: Adhyatmik Jatra
|Dr. Krupesh Thacker
|December 3rd, 2023
|Dr. Krupesh Thacker, Vacha Thacker, Arjun
|Novel, Personal Memoir, Self-help
|Jeevan Mein Gunje Gita
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