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Date of Pub: 11/10/2011
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What is Bhagavadgita?
Bhagavadgita means the song of God. It forms a part of the
epic the Mahabharata, and contains 18 chapters and 600 verses.
Each chapter deals with a specific yoga. Its central message
is that one should lead a divine centered life and do one's
duty as an offering to God to attain liberation.
How this book can help you?
The Bhagavadgita is a sacred book of the Hindus. It contains
many important spiritual truths. Declared as the secret of the
secrets, it teaches a practical way to practice Dharma and experience
lasting peace and happiness.
Why should you read this translation
Bhagavadgita has been translated by numerous people. This
particular translation is unique because it is free from sectarian
bias. The verses are analyzed from the perspective of mainstream
Hinduism and Vedism. The approach is purely scholastic and spiritual
without the weight of sectarian beliefs or a teacher tradition.
In translating and providing commentary, the translator preserved
the purity and intent of the original text and the teachings.
The commentary is neither preachy nor judgmental. It provides
a simple and straightforward interpretation of the verses. The
book is available in two formats, a complete translation with
commentary and a simple translation without commentary. There
is also a kindle version on Amazon.
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Table of Contents
Yoga of Sorrow
2. The Yoga of Knowledge
3. The Yoga
4. The Yoga of Knowledge with Renunciation of
5. The Yoga of Renunciation of Action
Yoga of Self
7. The Yoga of Knowledge and
8. The Yoga of Imperishable Brahman
9. The Yoga
of Sovereign Knowledge and Mystery
10.The Yoga of Divine
11.The Yoga of the Vision of the Universal
12.The Yoga of Devotion
13.The Yoga of the Field
and the Knower of the Field
14. The Yoga of the Division
of the Triple Gunas
15. The Yoga of the Supreme Person
16. The Division of the Divine and Demonic Properties
17. The Yoga of the Threefold Division of Qualities
18. The Yoga of Liberation by Renunciation
of the Bhagavadgita