picture with the president of guyana his highness shri bharat jagdeo
picture with the president of guyana his highness shri bharat jagdeo

if by chance any body is interested in reading shree gita.
then he is a blessed soul already.
because sri gita is not a book.
it is the divine words spoken by the mouth of god for his dear dear friend.
it is actually a love letter between two close friends.
so for learning this, you should also be introduced to love already.
that is the prequalification.
we had made a programme where anybody who wish to start gita learning. can write us, and then we will allot a teacher to him, and they can mutually decide the convinient time for both.
then they log in to skype.com and can visually learn the gita, sitting at the comforts of their house.
this is purely free service with no committment of any sort .
for details you can contact me.
ashok gupta, delhi, india
email: ashok.gupta4@gmail.com
phone : +91-9810890743
i was inspired by the life history of robert oppenheimer , who was the father of atom bomb and great scholor of sri gita. 
Robert Oppenheimer's name has become almost synonymous with the atomic bomb, and also with the dilemma facing scientists when the interests of the nation and their own conscience collide.
his small life history is as under: 
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Head and shoulders portrait  photo

J. Robert Oppenheimer (1904 - 1967)

J. (Julius) Robert Oppenheimer was born in New York City on April 22, 1904. His parents, Julius S. Oppenheimer, a wealthy German textile merchant, and Ella Friedman, an artist, were of Jewish descent but did not observe the religious traditions. He studied at the Ethical Culture Society School, whose physics laboratory has since been named for him, and entered Harvard in 1922, intending to become a chemist, but soon switching to physics. He graduated summa cum laude in 1925 and went to England to conduct research at Cambridge University's Cavendish Laboratory, working under J.J. Thomson.
In 1926, Oppenheimer went to the University of Göttingen to study under Max Born, obtaining his Ph.D. at the age of 22. There, he published many important contributions to the then newly developed quantum theory, most notably a famous paper on the so-called Born-Oppenheimer approximation, which separates nuclear motion from electronic motion in the mathematical treatment of molecules. In 1927, he returned to Harvard to study mathematical physics and as a National Research Council Fellow, and in early 1928, he studied at the California Institute of Technology. He accepted an assistant professorship in physics at the University of California, Berkeley, and maintained a joint appointment with California Institute of Technology. In the ensuing 13 years, he "commuted" between the two universities, and many of his associates and students commuted with him.
Oppenheimer became credited with being a founding father of the American school of theoretical physics. He did important research in astrophysics, nuclear physics, spectroscopy and quantum field theory. He made important contributions to the theory of cosmic ray showers, and did work that eventually led toward descriptions of quantum tunneling. In the 1930s, he was the first to write papers suggesting the existence of what we today call black holes.
In November 1940, Oppenheimer married Katherine Peuning Harrison, a radical Berkeley student, and by May 1941 they had their first child, Peter. When World War II began, Oppenheimer eagerly became involved in the efforts to develop an atomic bomb, which were already taking up much of the time and facilities of Lawrence's Radiation Laboratory at Berkeley. He was invited to take over work on neutron calculations, and in June 1942 General Leslie Groves appointed Oppenheimer as the scientific director of the Manhattan Project.
Under Oppenheimer's guidance, the laboratories at Los Alamos were constructed. There, he brought the best minds in physics to work on the problem of creating an atomic bomb. In the end, he was managing more than 3,000 people, as well as tackling theoretical and mechanical problems that arose. He is often referred to as the "father" of the atomic bomb. (In 1944, the Oppenheimers' second child, Katherine (called Toni), was born at Los Alamos.) The joint work of the scientists at Los Alamos resulted in the first nuclear explosion at Alamagordo on July 16, 1945, which Oppenheimer named "Trinity."
After the war, Oppenheimer was appointed Chairman of the General Advisory Committee to the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), serving from 1947 to 1952. It was in this role that he voiced strong opposition to the development of the hydrogen bomb. In 1953, at the height of U.S. anticommunist feeling, Oppenheimer was accused of having communist sympathies, and his security clearance was taken away. The scientific community, with few exceptions, was deeply shocked by the decision of the AEC. In 1963, President Lyndon B. Johnson attempted to redress these injustices by honoring Oppenheimer with the Atomic Energy Commission's prestigious Enrico Fermi Award.
From 1947 to 1966, Oppenheimer also served as Director of Princeton's Institute for Advanced Study. There, he stimulated discussion and research on quantum and relativistic physics in the School of Natural Sciences. Oppenheimer retired from the Institute in 1966 and died of throat cancer on February 18, 1967.
raamcharit maanas is what inspired me also :
Shri Ramcharitmanas (Devanāgarīश्रीरामचरितमानसIAST: Śrīrāmacaritamānasa), also spelt Shri Ramcharitamanasa, is an epic poemin Awadhi, composed by the 16th-century Indian poet, Goswami Tulsidas (c.1532–1623). Ramcharitmanas literally means the "lake of the deeds of Rama."[1] Tulsidas compared the seven Kāndas (literally 'books', cognate with cantos) of the epic to seven steps leading into the holy waters of a Himalayan lake (Mānasa, as in Lake Mansarovar) which "which purifies the body and the soul at once."[2][3]The core of the work is a poetic retelling of the events of the Sanskrit epic Ramayana, centered on the narrative of Rama, the crown prince of Ayodhya. The poem is also called Tulsikrit Ramayan (literally, The Ramayan composed by Tulsi or, loosely, The Ramayan of Tulsidas).[4]

Tulsidas (sometimes simply referred to as Tulsi) began writing the scripture in Vikram Samvat 1631 (1574 CE) in Avadhpuri, Ayodhya [during the reign of Akbar (1556-1605)].[5]The exact date is stated within the poem as being the ninth day of the month of Chaitra, which is the birthday of Ram, Ram Navami.[5] A large portion of the poem was composed at Varanasi, where the poet spent most of his later life.
Today, it is considered one of the greatest works of Hindu literature. Its composition marks the first time the story of Ramayana was made available to the common man for song and performance.[citation needed] The text is associated with the beginning of the tradition of Ramlila, the dramatic enactment of the text. It was Tulsidas' aim to make the story of Ramlila accessible to the masses.[citation needed] Sanskrit was seen as a very complicated language to master, at his time, and so for this reason the Shrī Rāmcharitmānas was written in Avadhi,[6] which belongs to the Eastern Hindi language family.
the third shashtra i am inspired is sri madd bhaagwatam mahapuraan
1- पुराण के लक्षण
‘सर्गश्च प्रति सर्गश्च वंशो मन्वन्तराणि च ।
वंशानुचरितं चैव पुराणं पञ्च लक्षणम् ।।
वेद माता गायत्री के सांगोपांग व्याख्यान श्रीमद् देवी भागवत में है अन्य में नहीं.
2- भागवत की परिगणना कई पुराणों के आधार पर पांचवीं है और श्रीमद्भागवत के आधार पर वह अठारहवां पुराण है क्योंकि सत्रह पुराणों की रचना से भगवान् वेदव्यास जी को शान्ति नहीं मिली तब अठारहवां पुराण श्रीमद्भागवत की रचना कर व्यास संतृप्त हुए.
३- उपलब्ध देवनागरी संस्करणों में श्रीमद्भागवत पुराण में १४६२५ श्लोक है जब कि श्रीमद्भागवत के आधार पर १८००० श्लोक होने चाहिए थे वे नहीं हैं इस लिए श्रीमद्भागवत को महा पुराण मानना संदिग्ध है. जब कि देवी भागवत १८००० से कुछ अधिक श्लोक विद्यमान हैं. श्रीमद भागवत की भाषा शैली दो प्रकार की है एक – पुराणों में प्रतिपादित शैली दो- आधुनिक कवियों ( कालिदास, माघ, भारवी और श्री हर्ष की शैली अधिकतम बड़े उल्लिखित श्लोक इसी शैली में है.
४- हमारा प्रश्न अन्य पुराणों के सम्बन्ध में नहीं है विष्णु पुराणों में वर्णित विषय ही कुछ विस्तार के साथ श्रीमदभागवत में है. विष्णु पुराण के पुराणत्व में कोई संशय भी हमें नहीं है.
५- अठारह पुराणों की गणना इस प्रकार है –
म द्वयं भद्वयं चैव ब्र त्रयं व चतुष्टयम् !
अनाप लिंग कू स्कानि पुराणानि विदुर्बुधाः!!
म द्वयं = मत्स्य पुराण , मार्कंडेय पुराण,
भद्वयं = भागवत पुराण, भविष्य पुराण,
ब्र त्रयं = ब्रह्म पुराण, ब्रह्मपुराण, ब्रह्मवैवर्त पुराण,
व चतुष्टयम् = विष्णु पुराण,वराह पुराण, वामन पुराण और वायु पुराण,
अ= अग्नि पुराण,
ना= नारद पुराण,
प= पद्म पुराण,
लिं= लिंग पुराण,
ग= गरुड़ पुराण,
कू = कूर्म पुराण,
स्क= स्कन्द पुराण
भागवत शब्द= भगवतः इदं भागवतम, भगवत्याः इदं भागवतम्