Swami Chinmayananda: is a saint from India who had brought about a spiritual renaissance throughout the world. Inspired by Mother Ganga, he chose to come down to the plains and share what he had gained. In 1951 he had set rolling what was later to become the Chinmaya Mission Movement. Dynamic and creative, he has authored many books, despite his busy schedule for the benefit of spiritual seekers.
With his own brand of wit, humour and vocabulary, he paints vividly the wisdom of the ages in front of us. His commentary on the Bhagavad-Gita is considered one of the best ever. Also his commentaries on the Upanishads are outstanding for their clarity and crisp logic. Other than his commentaries, he has also written numerous books on Vedanta, Meditation, Indian Culture and Symbolism. He is well-known for his books Kindle Life, a Fundamental text of Vedanta well-known widely popular for its simplicity and thought-provoking examples and Art of Man-making, which conveys the essence of the Gita for the younger generation inspiring them to live a life of higher ideal and purpose. In his book Art of God-symbolism he shatters the age old myths, rendering a new perspective to God-symbolism.
He has authored over 80 titles and his books have been translated into many regional as well as foreign languages influencing the lives of millions.