The Bhagavad Gita (Easwaran's Classics of Indian Spirituality) Paperback – 31 May 2007
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Big Yoga Read: Modern classics & ancient texts Prince Arjuna faced a dilemma that many face sooner or later--whether or not to take action that is necessary yet morally ambiguous. The difference is that Arjuna's action was to wage war against his own family. With the armies arrayed, Arjuna loses his nerve. Krishna, his charioteer and incarnation of divine consciousness, begins to teach him the nature of God and of himself, that Arjuna can attain liberation through union with God, and that there are several available paths. And so the most famous and revered of all Hindu scriptures goes on to teach the paths of knowledge, of devotion, of action, and of meditation, becoming the seed for all the Hindu systems of philosophy and religion that followed. For all of its profundity, Eknath Easwaran manages to translate the Gita in easy prose that neither panders nor obscures. Coupled with his thorough introduction, Easwaran's version comes off on all the levels it should: as a guide to action, as devotional scripture, as a philosophical text, and as inspirational reading. So what does Arjuna finally do? He follows his dharma, of course, as we all must. --Brian Bruya --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. 2nd edition.
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on 11 January 2017
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Good translation and easily readable format of the classic, that can really transform life. Picked it up at a difficult time along with the Upanishads and got immediate results. Made life a little calmer already.
on 6 March 2017
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I love the wisdom this imparts. It's written really well and I love to read a page per night and mostly read several nights in a row because it's so dense in wisdom. A must read if you are on the search for the path of wisdom.
on 28 July 2017
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Bought the hardcover version man years ago and lost it. Timeless wisdom, but like all books of this genre, you take out of it what you understand. Many of the passages "hit home" and there's a clarity you never had before. Read it more than once and each time you pick up on something you missed last time around.
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This is a fascinating book and a good introduction to Eastern religions.
Such profound words of wisdom for those with a faith and those without.