Coimbatore students urged to help themselves to some spirituality
Adding a small dose of spirituality to life is ample for sustained success, author and scriptwriter Ketan Bhagat told a young audience of management students in Coimbatore. He was quick to point out the spirituality he was advocating has no connection with religion.
Flawless success is achieved by stepping off the beaten path, said Bhagat, who is also a television personality and a motivational speaker.
“Think Differently,” he told the students at the Face to Face programme held yesterday at Dr GRD College of Science.
Drawing allegories from Chapter 14 of the Bhagwad Gita, he said the three gunas or nature – tamas (ignorance), rajas (passion) and sattva (goodness) govern our material existence.