The Bhagavad-Gita: Krishna's Counsel in Time of War

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Columbia University Press, 1986 - Philosophy - 168 pages
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"The Bhagavad-Gita" has been an essential text of Hindu culture in India since the time of its composition in the first century A.D. One of the great classics of world literature, it has inspired such diverse thinkers as Henry David Thoreau, Mahatma Gandhi, and T.S. Eliot; most recently, it formed the core of Peter Brook's celebrated production of the "Mahabharata."

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the bhagavadgita is a guide book for discipline.

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the bhagavad gita is a textbok for the open minded on the pathway to being a warrior. The state of mind required is not one of hatred rather it is about balance duty and mastering the roller ... Read full review


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BARRY MOSER is the prize-winning illustrator of many beautiful books for children and adults, including Harcourt s Telling Time with Big Mama Cat and Sit, Truman!, both co-illustrated by his daughter Cara Moser and written by Dan Harper. He has won the American Book Award and earned accolades from the American Library Association and the American Institute of Graphic Arts. Mr. Moser lives in western Massachusetts.

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