Murali Krishna Chemuturi was born into to a lower middle class Brahmin family in Chityala, West Godavari District in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. He is an adherent of the ancient Dharma appropriate for Brahmins. His notable work is the translation of Raamayana of Maha Rushi Vaalmiki from Samskrutha into English. It is published by Re.Ad Publishing of USA and is available on Amazon.com and other book sellers.

He has authored five books on Information Technology. He is an Industrial Engineer, with an MBA, a diploma in Electrical Engineering, and a PG Diploma in Computer Methods and Programming. His articles have been read by more than 100,000 readers on the internet. He lives in India with his dedicated wife, Udaya Sundari, in Hyderabad, India. His children are settled in the USA. He can be reached via email: murali@chemuturi.com

and murali.chemuturi@gmail.com 

Bhagavadh Geetha

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The Bhagavadh Geetha is a very important book for Hindus all over the world. It is recited with reverence and is also used in Indian courts of law to swear in the Hindu witnesses. It is an epitome of eternal wisdom which is oft quoted by Hindus in discussions and discourses. Bhagavadh Geetha is a dialog between Arjuna the warrior and Krushna, the avatar of Vishnu. It contains questions by Arjuna and answers by Krushna. Vishnu and his avatar Krushna are considered God by Hindus. 

It is recorded in Varaaha Puraana that reciting Bhagavadh Geetha would cleanse the greatest of the sins and burns away bad Karma. It blesses the devotee with a good comfortable life on the earth and salvation upon departure from this world. It has been experienced by many people around the world including the author of this current book.

This book brings you an authentic translation without imposing the author’s interpretation. You are presented with a translation that remains completely faithful to the original allowing you to draw your own inferences of what the God stated.

Read it; understand it; assimilate its true meaning; and benefit from the wisdom contained in Bhagavadh Geetha. This is a book that adheres to the original Sanskrit text as closely as humanly possible.