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I am constantly saying – my and mine, but who am I? Am I the body or the mind? What is my consciousness – the awareness of my existence that creates the feeling that “I exist”. From where did my consciousness arise? Is it a property of my body or my mind, or is it beyond my body and mind? What is my relation with this world? From where did I come and where will I depart after death? What is the need for religion, God, scripture, temples, idols, worship, and the different modes of spiritual pursuits? Can they unravel my reality? Why do I suffer? How can I find bliss? Soham Gita provides the answers to these questions and more in a simple language in the light of Advaita Vedanta, the universal wisdom of non-duality. It dispels superstitions and challenges religious orthodoxy and fanaticism. Soham Gita is the first written work of Soham Swami. It was written in the form of poetry in the writer's native tongue Bengali. This is an English prose translation of the book.