The Gita brings to light the negative and positive tendencies that lie within. They represent your higher aspiration and lower desire. Lord Krishna directs you to conquer desire and regain the supreme Self. The state of Godhood. The book comprises the text, transliteration, word-meaning, translation and commentary. A unique contribution is the topic-wise division of each chapter. It helps capture the thought-flow and message in the text.
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