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Life Lessons from Gitaji on New Society deals with social life with special reference to Indian way of living in introspection and the future ahead to find ways to live in peace and harmony as its age old philosophy has pronounced. The detailed history, the origins of age-old philosophy of human classification for functioning of the society has been discussed to understand the fundamentals of Indian society since Vedic period. The purpose is to understand the age-old social values still imbibed in the contemporary Indian society, which has now undergone a sea of change due to changes in social, political and economic conditions. The purpose of writing this book is to understand the undercurrent of present dayís social values so messed up in historical texts and contemporary social, political and economic conditions. The result of such phenomenon are visible through untouchability, casteism and communalism, which have cropped up due to misinterpretation of purity and hygiene (chuachut - untouchability), class system (varnashram) and equality of all religion (sarv dharm sambhaav). Besides these, the Indian society has undergone the worldís biggest migration and massacre during partition of the country on religious lines. The scar of that violence has created an atmosphere of hatred and mistrust amongst Hindus and Muslims, two vital constituents of Indian society, which would require a great amount of time and efforts to heal. We find that Indian society faces challenges that are unfolding in present times and Gitajiís wisdom is most relevant to guide the society towards a futuristic environment with its holistic approach. We should ponder upon the challenges unfolding before the young generation and how to cope up with those and to build up a new society free from the malice of casteism, communalism and indisciplined democracy with our rich heritage and wisdom of Vedic scriptures in general and specifically the wisdom of Gitaji.

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