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The Bhagavad Gita The Bhagavad Gita is an early epic poem that recounts the conversation between Arjuna the warrior and his charioteer Krishna, the manifestation of God In the moments before a great battle, the dialogue sets out the important lessons Arjuna must learn to change the outcome of the war he is to fight, and culminates in Krishna revealing to the warrior his true cosmic form, counselling him to search for the universal perfection of life Ranging from instructions on yoga postures to dense moral discussion, the Gita is one of the most important Hindu texts, as well as serving as a practical guide to living well

10 thoughts on “The Bhagavad Gita

  1. Francisco Francisco says:

    Goodreads should have a shelf for continually reading I think I have about six different translations of the Bhagavad Gita but I often end up with Eknath Easwaran s for its simplicity This is the book I re read when I am writing a novel It keeps everything in perspectiv

  2. Nandakishore Varma Nandakishore Varma says:

    On the battlefield of GoodReads, the mighty reviewer Arjuna picked up his trusty pen, Gandeeva, and addressed his charioteer who was none other than Lord Krishna O Kesava Take me to the middle of the battlefield, between the opposing armies of Authors and Reviewers, so that I

  3. Michael Michael says:

    Hey, how pretentious am I I just gave a four star review to a fucking holy text And now I m going to review it And I will swear in my review I m just asking for it, aren t I When comparing this one to the other holy books I ve read and or skimmed, I found this one quite insightful

  4. Fergus Fergus says:

    JUDGEMENT DAY IF THE RED SLAYER THINKS HE SLAYS,OR IF THE SLAIN THINKS HE IS SLAIN,THEY KNOW NOT WELL THE SUBTLE WAYSI KEEP, AND PASS, AND TURN AGAIN.Ralph Waldo Emerson, Brahma It s the dawning of the Final Day the day of Armageddon The final confrontation between the massed forces of G

  5. Warwick Warwick says:

    I read the Bhagavad Gita with the same mixture of moral unease and as it were anthropological delight that all great religious books excite in me I find it so fascinating to gain these direct insights into how our species has, for millennia, grappled with the same questions of existential purp

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    Q The man who sees me in everythingand everything within mewill not be lost to me, norwill I ever be lost to him.He who is rooted in onenessrealizes that I amin every being whereverhe goes, he remains in me.When he sees all being as equalin suffering or in joybecause they are like himself,that man h

  7. Karla Becker Karla Becker says:

    I can read this book over and over and still gain so much from it It contains such timeless truths, especially in light of today, such as,They alone see truly who see the Lord the same in every creature, who see the deathless in the hearts of all that die Seeing the same Lord everywhere, they do not harm

  8. Sean Barrs Sean Barrs says:

    Religion is a contentious topic Many people are strongly opposed to it This is especially so with young people in the modern world Society has slowly been drifting away from its sacred texts for many centuries I m, of course, generalising very heavily here There are still parts of the world that are devoutly re

  9. Holly Holly says:

    Has a book ever literally called to you by falling off the shelf and into your hands When the Bhagavad Gita came through the book drop while I was working at the library, I recognized the title instantly without remembering why it was familiar, at least initially All I knew was that I was going to take it home and re

  10. Alok Mishra Alok Mishra says:

    Well, to all the readers who are baffled by the opinions and interpretations of the authors here, who are supposedly the translators with a Rudimental knowledge of the original language in which the text is present, please read The Bhagavad Gita by the Indian sages and authors who were and are well versed in Sanskrit I wou

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