Dru Gita Vol 2 eBook
The Dru Bhagavad Gita alive as never before! Full text AND embedded video, audio, dramatic story and daily exercises
Dru Bhagavad Gita Vol 2 - eBook version
Chris Barrington, John Jones, Savitri MacCuish, Mansukh Patel
compiled by Yamuna Loyal
The Dru Bhagavad Gita comes alive as never before!
The Bhagavad Gita is the main source book for Dru Yoga and Meditation. If you love their effect on your life, the Dru Gita shows you how to effortlessly craft your lifestyle to multiply those benefits tenfold... and more!
This is a data CD giving you the complete text of the Dru Bhagavad Gita, chapters 7-12, in eBook form, with extra video and audio*:
- 25 mins of embedded video* from Mansukh Patel’s 19-part Gita TV series.
- The Gita story dramatically retold in vivid detail by Mansukh Patel.
- Verses, translation and commentary by Chris Barrington, John Jones, Mansuh Patel & Savitri MacCuish.
- Unique daily insights and techniques bring the Gita’s ancient wisdom alive in your life.
- Includes audio tracks* of sample verses to help you chant the Gita.
- iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch using Apple’s free app, iBooks.
- Amazon Kindle
- Windows PC
- Mac computer
- Smartphone or other device
Non-Apple devices use the free Kindle app. This gives you the complete text but please note that Kindle doesn’t play video & audio.
* NB, video & audio are only available in iBooks.
How to install your Dru Bhagavad Gita eBook
This is a data CD. Put it into your computer, and view the files on it using My Computer (Windows) of Finder (Mac).
Find the folder containing the version suitable for your eBook reader and copy this folder onto your computer.
Now look inside this folder. There is a file called ‘how to install your eBook’. Please read it very carefully. It’s easy, promise!
It will then be easy to install your eBook. Just a few clicks!
Enjoy an amazing experience of the Dru Bhagavad Gita.
Please note that the embedded video & audio is only available on iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch, until Amazon upgrades Kindle readers.
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