This book is written after the author reading the original Bhagavad Gita. Apart from the usage of certain examples that relate Gita to the current era and some interpretations regarding those examples, nothing new is added from outside.
The motive behind this writing venture is to present Bhagavad Gita to a reader who is not well aquatinted with religious books or spirituality. Gita is retold here with utmost care given to preserve its original flow and simplicity. Extreme vigilance is shown in keeping away heavy spiritual words like individual consciousness, universal consciousness, transcendental opulence etc.
The Summary of Bhagavad Gita is intended to be read in one sitting. It contains less than eighteen thousand words only.
The book may entertain you or it may bore you. But it will never confuse you.