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A Book of Psychology, Science and Management
Includes Review of Indian Vedic Literature

Dr. Patanjali Kashyap
Ph.D ( Physics), Ph.D. (Computer Science, Pursuing)
M.Phil ( Computer Science ) , M.Sc ( Physics ) ,
M.Sc.( Bio- Informatics), MCA, PGDCA , B. Sc. ( Physics )

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In the fond memory of my father who was the greatest critic of

my intellectual works,
He did not live to realize his greatest ambition-That of witnessing his son will geting a job at least.

Special Thanks to
LTD, Whose vision help me to plan and write this book.
To my mother Dr. Meena Singh for her support and encouragement


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2. The Spiritual Universe: A Journey from Black Hole to Time Machine.
3. My Struggle: An Untold Story of Every Indian.
4. The Cheater Society: My Last One Year Experience with the Society, In Special
Reference To Developing And Developed Countries (A SocioPschological
5. Srimad Bhagavad Gita: A Book of Psychology and Management.
6. Vedic Revolution: Few Steps Away.
7. Indology: A Review of Vedas, Upanishad, Purana and Astaawarkra Mahagita in
Modern Perspective.
8. Software Engineering : A Text Book
Science and Philosophy of Sports Series
1. Science and Philosophy of Sports : A Inside Story of Football
Upcoming titles
1. The Restless Corporation: A Synthesis of Brain and Medical Science,
Psychology, Sociology, Management Theories with the flavor of Newtonian and
Quantum Physics.
2. A Test Book of C #
3. Beyond Physics : Journey from Spirituality to Nanotechnology with the Backdrop
of Bio-technology , Bioinformatics, Psychology and Vedanta
4. Physics
Trilogy on Information Technology and New Science
1. Change : A technical history of Computer From Abacus To Nano-Quantum
2. The Future Perfect: Evolution of DNA and Pantaflop computation.
3. Here We Are : Birth of Spinelectronics And Death of Silicon


Patanjali Kashyap has completed his Ph.D thesis in atomic and molecular physics, and is pursuing
his Ph.D in computer science and applications on Computational Grid and Bio-Informatics. His
academic achievements include huge list of degrees, certificates and diplomas, some of them are
MCA, M.Phil (Data Mining, Knowledge Management, and SOA), M.Sc (Electronics and Radio
Physics), M.Sc.(Bio-Informatics) and PGDCA in computer applications. His various research
papers (around 50 in numbers) have been published in national and international journals of
repute, on the topics like Indology, Nanotechnology, Quantum Computer, Optical Computer,
Photonic Crystal, and DNA (Bio) chips, Organizational Structure, Human Behavior, Evolution
and Psychology. He has conducted several workshops and delivered lectures on new generation
motivation techniques of emotional, spiritual and social intelligence. He developed a unique Mind
Mapping Technique in association with ancient Tao, kundalini and Vedic methodology, which
has proved to be very effective for the increasing / maintaining of memory and effectiveness of the
Patanjali writes extensively for the news papers, magazines, web-sites and for the blogs, he is also
associated with psychological counseling. Apart from all these boring stuff he dances well
(specialist in Salsa, bollywood dance), plays cricket, badminton and table tennis. He is a good
bathroom singer and thought some time he will get best playback singer award for his
performance (!!!!..... Tooo Optimistic !!!)
Patanjali also has extensive experience in software industry. Presently, he is working as Project
Manager in INFOSYS TECHNOLOGIES LTD, Bangalore, and has, in past led and manage
projects in banking, travel, financial sector and of Mortgaged, in his spare time he loves to play
with the latest technologies from Microsoft Corporation specially technologies revolveing around
.NET, presently he is working on Unix and other open source products. He enjoys writings
research papers for journal and presenting them in various conferencess.
One can reach Patanjali through his personal website www.memansa.org (live shortly) or by his
blog on www.scopeindia.edu (live shortly), other option includes his email address which is

Like in my earlier book, Spiritual Universe : A journey from black hole to Time Machine
, I would like to reiterate that I am a firm believer in words T.S. Eliot once said, "Bad
poets borrow", however, "good poets steal". The famous CEO of GE Jack Welch coined
another slogan "Steal shamelessly". The key message from both these geniuses remains
the same; there is no harm in taking a clue from anywhere in the would, as long as one
can further elaborate on the same idea. In fact, it helps everyone, as many others who
might not have read the original idea get to know about it while reading its appreciation
by someone else.
I am not Abhimanyu, who knew the art of breaking the chakravyuh even before he was
born. While writing this book, it has been my earnest endeavour to adopt (steal) ideas and
concepts related to Gita from all possible sources. What I did was to first absorb the idea,
understand its importance and relationship to the relevant chapter, and then rework it to
suit the topic. For example, there are hundreds, perhaps thousands, of articles available
on topic such as Krishna and Arjuna conversation or the psychological aspect of Gita.
While attending workshops or seminars, conducted by great orators and management
consultants, I made notes of the points which in turn helped me to relate real-life
situations to the above-mentioned concepts. Unfortunately, the sources of information
were not always noted or available; hence, it is not possible for me to mention the name
of everyone whose ideas I have used in my book. Here is my bearfelt attempt to
acknowledge their unseen contribution to the book.
I will always remain indebted to my mentor, my mother, who instigated my thought
process to pen down my ideas. I thank my friends, colleagues and seniors for patiently
listening to my ideas, reading the drafts and helping me to revise, modify, or change them
through their candid feedback. Special thanks to My Ma-See-Ma (Dr. Vadaihi Sharma)
for drawing the excellent illustrations, Shaunak for helping me edit the book and Golu for
helping me to refine and improve various instruments and thoughts given in the book.
At the end, I wish to express gratitude to my parents and family members for my
upbringing. Last but not the least; I want to acknowledge my, so called relatives and
friends, who never give me there helping hand when I needed there support at most, but
ultimately this encourage me and was a big factor of motivation for me to complete this

Patanjali Kashyap
Muzaffarpur, Bihar
My Wedding Day, 22-02-2010

Section: 1
Commentary on Gita
Bhagawad Gita - The song of God - An Introduction
Chapter 1
Arjuna-Visada-Yoga Arjuna's grief
Chapter 2
Sankhya-Yoga Distinction between soul and body
Chapter 3
Karma-Yoga The Principle of action
Chapter 4
Jnana-Yoga The path of divine knowledge
Karma-Sannyasa-Yoga Desireless action dedicated to the
Chapter 5
Supreme Lord
Chapter 6
Dhyana-Yoga The Principle of Meditation
Jnana-Vijnana-Yoga The transcendental knowledge of the
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Taraka-Brahma-Yoga Attaining the Supreme Lord
Chapter 9
Raja-guhya-YogaThe supreme secret knowledge
Chapter 10
Vibhuti-Yoga The opulence of the Supreme Lord
Visva-rupa-darsana-Yoga The universal form of the
Chapter 11
Supreme Lord
Chapter 12
Bhakti-Yoga The principle of devotion
Prakrti-Purusa-Viveka-Yoga-Nature, the Enjoyer
Chapter 13
and the Spirit
Gunatraya-vibhaga-Yoga - Triple qualities of material
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Purusottama-Yoga-The Yoga of the Supreme Person
Daivasura-sampad-vibhaga-Yoga-Godly and demoniac
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Sraddhatraya-vibhaga-Yoga Division of threefold faiths
Chapter 18
Moksa-Yoga The principle of salvation
Section 2
Review of Indian Vedic Literature
Annexure - 1
Annexure - 2
Annexure - 3
Annexure - 4
Annexure - 5

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