5 edition of Bhagavadgītā = found in the catalog.
|Statement||transcreated by P. Lal from the Sanskrit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||400 p. :|
|Number of Pages||400|
|ISBN 10||8175958685, 8175958693|
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Bhagavadgita, (Sanskrit: “Song of God”) an episode recorded in the great Sanskrit poem of the Hindus, the Mahabharata. It occupies chapters 23 to 40 of Book VI of the Mahabharata and is composed in the form of a dialogue between Prince Arjuna and Krishna, an avatar (incarnation) of the god Vishnu.
First two chapters are a selection of verses taken from different sections of the well known Bhagavadgītā with an extensive Hindi commentary in the first section. Both are presented as a discourse between the legendary figure Arjuna and the deity Krsna.
Max Müller, ed. Vol. 8, Sacred Book of the East. Oxford: Clarendon. PDF from GlobalGrey; Besant, Annie and Bhagavān Dās. The Bhagavad-Gītā: with Samskrit text, free translation into English, a word-for-word translation, and an introduction on Samskrit grammar.
The Book of Kells is probably the reason why I started this biblio-adventure blog. Was trying to obtain the complete digital facsimile of this medieval jewel, visiting virtual libraries and digitalization Projets around the world when I decided to start writing my personal book of books -somehow, an "archivistic projetc".
A collaborative effort. You are welcome to contribute, especially if you happen to be an expert. The aim is to collect as comprehensive a bibliography of Indian Christian Writings as possible, both primary and secondary, according to author. The Chemparathy book review is dated ] [M I.5a.] “The Philosophers’ Transition from Atheism to Theism from the 4th to the 11th Century A.D.,” Challenges of Societies in Transition, ed.
Barnabas, P.S. Jacob, and S.K. Hulbe (New Delhi: Macmillan, ) Vidyāpīṭha Śāstra Saṃgraha Granthāvalī - Bibliography of Research Materials for Yoga Studies # Bhagavadgītā - Philosophy Versus Bhagavant and Bhagavat - The Personal Aspect of the Book of Samskaras - Purificatory Rituals for Successful “Bhagavadgītā.” Typescript, Collected Papers C, p.
describes this paper as a shortened and slightly improved version of a paper read at the Nagpur session of the Indian Christian Theological Association, March (Reprinted in no. as a book review.) “The Status of the Scriptures in the 'Holy History' of.