It is estimated that the origins of the “Bhagavad Gita”, a 700 verse Hindu scripture which is part of the larger “Mahabharata” was originally composed as early as the 9th century BC.
Ascribed to the Sage Vyasa, the “Bhagavad-gita” is a classic work of Hindu scripture which relates the story of Prince Arjuna who is faced with a decision with serious moral consequence, whether or not to go to war. With the armies arrayed on the battlefield, Arjuna in a moment of hesitation is counseled by Vishnu, the Supreme God, who takes the form of Krishna wearing the disguise of a charioteer.
This work along with its larger counterpart the “Mahabharata” has been described as one of the most important works of scripture ever composed. A classic tale of Hindu spirituality, the “Bhagavad-gita” provides great insight into dealing with the morally ambiguous challenges that face us all.
- The Book of the Distress of Arjuna
- The Book of Doctrines
- The Book of Virtue in Work
- The Book of the Religion of Knowledge
- The Book of Religion by Renouncing Fruit of Works
- The Book of Religion by Self-Restraint
- The Book of Religion by Discernment
- The book of Religion by Devotion to the One Supreme God
- The Book of Religion by the Kingly Knowledge and the Kingly Mystery
- The Book of Religion by the Heavenly Perfections
- The Book of the Manifesting of the One and Manifold
- The Book of the Religion of Faith
- The Book of Religion by Separation of Matter and Spirit
- The Book of Religion by Separation from the Qualities
- The Book of Religion by attaining the Supreme
- The Book of the Separateness of the Divine and Undivine
- The Book of Religion by the Threefold Kinds of Faith
- The Book of Religion by Deliverance and Renunciation
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