The Lord'S Song Gita

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Pustak Mahal, Jan 27, 2009 - Hinduism - 342 pages
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Gita is the grand repository of spiritual knowledge. the Mahabharata says, "Gita comprises all the scriptures as it has emerged directly from God himself." This unique bouquet of heavenly flowers has passed through the hands of millions of readers, but its freshness, beauty and fragrance has not wilted wee-bit, its liveliness has rather increased with every passing moment. It is an unfathomable ocean of knowledge and wisdom; the more we explore the more remains to be explored. Its casts an undying spiritual spell on its votaries. Its keynote is to perform one's duty as duty, and offer all its actions to the lord without attachment to their fruits like a true devotee. This rare bouquet of divine knowledge consists of 700 couplets (shlokas) in Sanskrit language and every shloka radiates divine fragrance and beauty, which is infinite, deathless and imperishable.

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