Quantity: Availability: Usually ships in 2 to 3 weeks This work in its English version has been an outstanding and much appreciated exposition of the divine and immortal work. This book is somewhat new, as in includes two additional and valuable appendices at the end of the commentary on the Gita. Srimad Bhagavadgita holds an incomparable and unique position in world literature. It recalls the divine voice of Lord Krishna, through which many of His mysteries and inner secrets are revealed. In communicating these for the benefit of mankind, the Lord has invoked Arjuna, as an interlocutor or questioner. This is an excellent commentary on Gita by Swamiji.
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Jan 19, Vikrant Singal rated it really liked it This is a very intense read, not meant for beginners. It took me months of disciplined effort to read it, and I was really helped because I have a parallel understanding of Hindu and Buddhist thought. I was also helped by my practice of Buddhist meditation a few months before reading the Gita. Beginners should read some other smaller, lighter versions. That said, the effort is totally worth it. To finally read something I have wanted to for almost 30 years brings great sense of accomplishment and This is a very intense read, not meant for beginners.
To finally read something I have wanted to for almost 30 years brings great sense of accomplishment and joy. I have a much clearer sense of the material than from previously accumulated sources.
To make sense of a year old book is not easy, and the author does a terrific job. There are detailed notes, explanations, summaries, introductions, salient observations and footnotes. Regarding the actual content, there is no limit to what one can write on this subject. Literally millions of words must have been written on this book.
I am planning to write a few hundred of my own ; This book leaves a positive impression on you soul.
Sadhak Sanjivani - 14 - Gita Press