The eighteen chapters of The Bhagavad Gita (c. 500 b.c.), the glory of Sanskrit literature, encompass the whole spiritual struggle of a human soul. Its three central themes—love, light, and life—arise from the symphonic vision of God in all things and of all things in God.
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Table Of Contents
The Bhagavad GitaAcknowledgements Chronology Introduction by Simon Brodbeck Further Reading Translator’s Introduction to 1962 Edition A Note of the Translation
The Bhagavad Gita
Published by Penguin Classics Feb 25, 2003| 160 Pages| ISBN 9780140449181