Self and Organisation Management Principles in Bhagavad Gita


  • Siddappa Naragatti Yoga Therapist, Central Council for Research in Yoga and Naturopathy, New Delhi, India.
  • Nagesh N.V. Senior Professor cum Research Supervisor,Manipur International University, Manipur and CARE, India.


Principles, Bhagavad Gita, Corporate and self Management.


This review article delves into the intricate complexities of societal
implications influenced by materialistic tendencies. It comprehensively
investigates the diverse effects of these tendencies on power dynamics,
information dissemination, and community well-being. Excessive
consumption is highlighted as a sobering reality that poses formidable
challenges to fairness and harmony in society.
Additionally, the article explores management guidelines inspired by the
Bhagavad Gita, covering various aspects such as vision development,
strategic planning, leadership skills, institutional excellence, innovation,
teamwork, and individual motivation. The focus is on aligning individuals
towards common goals and maximising social benefits. The integration
of Bhagavad Gita principles with modern management practises is
examined, aiming for a holistic approach.
By incorporating spirituality and traditional wisdom into contemporary
management practises, organisations can create harmonious and
fulfilling work environments that go beyond materialistic aspirations. The
article suggests incorporating meditation, optimal resource utilisation,
visionary attitudes, unwavering commitment, and ethical work cultures
to enhance corporate sector efficacy.
Overall, the review article provides detailed insights into how integrating
Bhagavad Gita principles can foster equitable, harmonious, and
successful management approaches. It emphasises the significance of
self-awareness, ethical conduct, and a broader perspective in achieving
holistic excellence

How to cite this article:
Naragatti S, Nagesh NV. Self and Organisation
Management Principles in Bhagavad Gita. J Adv
Res Ayur Yoga Unani Sidd Homeo. 2023; 10(1&2):




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