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The Vedic recipe for happiness is:
From education, one learns the work etiquette that makes one eligible for work;
With this training, one makes money and the system runs. Then, results joy.
In today’s mad rush to make money, happiness — the final goal — has become all the more elusive. Looks like the recipe “for it has been lost in the course of time” (Gita 4.2).
So guided by the Gita, I embarked on the journey to inspire myself — and others — towards a happier professional life.
"The Complete Happiness@WORK" contains all the episodes that have appeared in the weekly column by the same name over five years (Sept ’09-Aug ’14).
Let’s rediscover happiness in work, as the Gita recommends and the wonderful way we Indians lived millenniums ago. For, Greek historian Arrian, who wrote about Alexander's campaign in North India, says: “No nation is fonder of singing and dancing than the Indian.”
Sai R. Vaidyanathan is an author/journalist/columnist. Besides The Complete Happiness@WORK, he has authored Gita: The complete argument, Who stopped Surya?, Happiness@WORK, Happiness@WORK 2 and e-book The last Pandava.
Coming next: Chanakya’s last move.
He has also been a guest faculty member at Panjab University, Chandigarh.
Besides writing on other subjects, his focus, for the past 17 years, has been the Vedic civilisation.