The Bhagavad Gita
Penguin, 1962 - Religion - 85 pages
'The Bhagavad Gita' is an intensely spiritual work that forms the cornerstone of the Hindu faith, and is also one of the masterpieces of Sanskrit poetry. It describes how, at the beginning of a mighty battle between the Pandava and Kaurava armies, the god Krishna gives spiritual enlightenment to the warrior Arjuna, who realizes that the true battle is for his own soul.
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Good translation!User Review - Sreejit Datta - Flipkart
This book, specially its introduction will refer to a number of other translations which have a great intertextual value. I love Juan Mascaro's translation...wanna read more of him now! Nice delivery work by Flipkart. Read full review
Review: The Bhagavad GitaUser Review - Nandakishore Varma - Goodreads
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 ... Read full review