Bhagavad Gita by Vyasa

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by Vyasa

The Bhagavad Gita is a Hindu religious and sacred text of unknown authorship but traditionally attributed to Vyasa and written around the third century B.C. as part of a larger text. It is one of the most relevant religious texts in the world.

The book is a conversation from the battlefield between Krishna and his disciple and friend Arjuna about the battle that will begin shortly.

The conversation revolves around Krishna's explanations of his duty as a warrior and prince in the face of Arjuna's moral dilemmas. The content covers different aspects of the Hindu tradition such as social, liturgical or metaphysical themes.

This very ancient text is of vital importance for understanding Indian philosophy and Hinduism.

For this edition of The Bhagavad Gita, the 1885 English translation by Edwin Arnold has been used.

Non-fiction   Religion and Spirituality

1 hour 40 minutes (20099 words)

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Krishna Dvaipayana, better known as Vyasa, is a revered sage for the Hindu tradition, being known for being the author of the Maha...

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