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|Title||:||The Bhagavad Gita|
|Author||:||Lars Martin Fosse|
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|Category||:||Religion, Philosophy, Classics, Spirituality, Non fiction, Poetry, India, Hinduism, Mythology, Indian literature|
PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC The Bhagavad Gita The most important the most influential and the most luminous of all the Hindu scriptures R C ZAEHNER Vivid literature lofty philosophy the Bhagavad Gita distills the finest in India s vast and varied culture On the morning of battle facing Armageddon prince Arjuna loses his nerve and refuses to fight Krishna knows better Your very nature will drive you to fight Your only choice is what to fight against His advice gives an inspiring model of the man or woman of action the person who aims at goodness in a world of conflict and change In this translation the Gita stands out as a book of choices direct practical universal The introduction sketches the background of the poem and gives clear contemporary explanations of the basic ideas of Indian philosophy karma reincarnation yoga freedom Separate chapter introductions outline the drama as it unfolds The translation is smooth eloquent and reliable would unhesitatingly recommend Easwaran to someone searching for the spirituality of the Gita CHOICE Eknath Easwaran writer Fulbright scholar and former professor of English literature is at home in both English and Sanskrit He brings to this translation years experience of teaching the Gita to an American audience .
Excerpt The Bhagavad Gita sometimes called The Lord s Lay or the Message of the Master is an episode of the great Hindu epic the Mahabharata in the Sixth or Bhishma Parva It enjoys the highest esteem among the Hindu people and is constantly quoted there as a great authority regarding doctrine Its philosophy embodies the prevailing Hindu beliefs as expounded by the Brahmans and in its teachings it subtly blends into a harmonious whole the varying points of doctrine of Patanjali Kapila and of the Vedas It is supposed to have been written by Vyasa whose personality is veiled in doubt for of the time of his existence in the world no record seems to have been kept To the reader who finds in this marvelous dialogue merely the record of a literal conversation dressed up in fancy by the Oriental imagination the real beauty and purpose of the teaching is lost