The Bhagavad Gita
The Bhagavad Gita has been acclaimed to be the gospel of life. It has been translated into almost all the languages and has drawn the attention of scholars, saints and mystics, the world over. The teachings of the Gita are broad, universal and sublime. They do not belong to any cult, sect, creed, age or country. They are meant for the people of the whole world. Based on the soul-elevating Upanishads — the ancient wisdom of seers and saints — the Gita prescribes methods which are within the reach of all. It has a message of solace, freedom, salvation, perfection and peace for all human beings.
This edition of Bhagavad Gita is translated by Sri Swami Sivananda Saraswati and his commentary is regarded as one of the most authoritative expositions available.
Published by The Divine Life Society, Uttharkand, Himalayas, India; 12th eddition, 2008, 576 pages, hard cover
|Subject:||Arjuna, Bhakti Yoga, Disciple, Guru, Mind Management, Sadhana, Satsang, Sri Krishna, Yoga and Society, Yoga in Daily Life|