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Srimad Bhagavadgita    (With English Translation & Transliteration - 1411)
Srimad Bhagavadgita (With English Translation & Transliteration - 1411)

Srimad Bhagavadgita (With English Translation & Transliteration - 1411)

by Jayadayal Goyandaka

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multilingual

Publisher

Gita Press

ISBN

8129300931 - Year: 2008 - Pages: 254

Binding

Paperback

Jayadayal Goyandaka
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Author: Jayadayal Goyandaka
Publisher: Gita Press
Year: 2008
Language: multilingual
Pages: 254
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8129300931

Description

As a book of scripture, the Bhagavadgita has assumed a position of universal interest. Its teachings have gained appreciation not only in India, but far beyond its borders. Our Gita Library alone comprises about 1400 editions of the Bhagavadgita publishes in 34 different languages. We have brought out this new English edition in book from and we trust it will find favour with the English-reading public.

The English translation of this edition has been based on the Hindi rendering of the Gita made by Syt. Jayadayal Goyandka and appearing in the Gita-Tattva Number of the Hindi monthly ‘Kalyan’, published by the Gita Press. In preparing the present English translation, the translators have made use, every now and then of other English translations of the Gita, and express their grateful acknowledgement to the same.

The Bhagavadgita contains divine words emanating from the lips of God Himself. Its glory is infinite, unlimited. None can really describe it. Even Sesa, the thousand-headed serpent-god, whose back forms the couch of God Visnu, and Siva and Ganesa, cannot fully depict this glory. How can a puny mortal expect to do it? The Epics and Puranas etc., have sung the glory of the Gita at many together, even then exhausted, The fact is that a full description of the glory of the Gita is never possible. For how can things which can be fully described, remain unlimited? It at once becomes finite and limited

Contents

CHAPTER ONE
“The Yoga of Dejection of Arjuna”

CHAPTER TWO
“Sankhyayoga” – The Yoga of Knowledge

CHAPTER THREE
“Karmayoga” – The Yoga of Action

CHAPTER FOUR
The Yoga of Knowledge as well as the Disciplines of Action and Knowledge

CHAPTER FIVE
The Yoga of Action and Knowledge

CHAPTER SIX
The Yoga of Self-Control

CHAPTER SEVEN
The Yoga of Jnana and Vijnana

CHAPTER EIGHT
The Yoga of the Indestructible Brahma

CHAPTER NINE
The Yoga of Sovereign Science and Sovereign Secret

CHAPTER TEN
The Yoga of Divine Manifestations

CHAPTER ELVEN
The Yoga of the Vision of the Cosmic Body

CHAPTER TWELVE
The Yoga of Devotion

CHAPTER THIRTEEN
The Yoga of Discrimination between the Ksetra and the knower of the Ksetra

CHAPTER FOURTEEN
The Yoga of Division of the three Gunas

CHAPTER FIFTEEN
The Yoga of Supreme Person

CHAPTER SIXTEEN
The Yoga of Discrimination between the godly and demoniac properties

CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
The Yoga of Division of three kinds of faith

CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
Moksasannyasa Yoga

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