The puzzles that we face in life are many. Our mind perennially craves for answers to most of them. In this book, the author delves into the Bhagavad Gita in his quest for answers to some of the questions that continually afflict us, such as:
How Does Self-Confidence Matter?
Is Being Good to Everybody a Weakness?
Is This Life and Body a Delusion?
Does Truth Always Triumph?
Should We Bother About Our Reputation?
Which One is Superior—An Idea or an Action?
Why Don’t Our Actions Bring the Desired Results?
Why Do People Worship God?
When is the Clash Between Good and Evil Going to end?
Nihar Satpathy is a post-graduate in English literature, who began his career at the editorial desk of an English newspaper. Subsequently, he joined a govt. sector bank in India and served in different positions, during which period he also acquired additional qualifications in business management and banking. He writes articles and features for newspapers and journals, primarily on social and cultural issues. His first published book, a collection of short stories, appeared in his mother-tongue, Odia in the year 2005. His areas of interest also include directing short films and video documentaries, and writing film reviews.