The Gita is a book of rare excellence which ought to be read by every Indian and will amply repay perusal. A single reading may t create sufficient interest in it, r even ensure a tolerable grasp of its main outlines; but, as it is a small book, two or three successive readings can be easily managed, and they will, doubt, make a good impression.
Jogindranath Mukharji was a scholar of the sacred Hindu texts. He graduated from Ripon College in Calcutta in 1895, later migrating to the United Provinces (modern-day Uttar Pradesh) at the turn of the century. He was a great educationist, the headmaster of several schools during his career. He was the principal of S.M. College, Chandausi, from 1908 until his death in 1930. In 1926, he was given the title 'Raj Saheb' in recognition for his great contribution to education.