The Holy Geeta by Chinmayananda SaraswatiI Have read several different editions of the Gita (Geeta) starting with The B.G as it is as well as other more classic translations, However Chinmayas edition has to be my favourite, as well as being the the longest.
The B.G. itself is pretty much the same in each edition, with some minor variations in the translations, but it the commentaries that make the difference. I must confess Ive not read all of the book as it runs to over 1200 pages, but I have read the sections of the Geeta that most gripped me when I first read it and Chinmayas analysis of those sections is fantastic, as well as being very thought provoking, particularly when Chinmaya speaks of Arjunas situation in psychological terms. As a psychotherapist this appeals to me. However this does not take anything away from the fact that the Geeta is a powerful spiritual texts, which leads to Krishna.
If I have any criticism with this edition it would be with the printing and not the text. Because the book is so long the paper is thin and there is some bleed though of the ink, nevertheless it is a remarkable edition (and well worth is low price tag)
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The Holy Geeta was an attempt by Swami Chinmayananda to highlight and re-introduce the valuable wisdom and knowledge of the Bhagavad Gita, and was first published in The Bhagavad Gita is an integral part of the Mahabharata, a highly revered Indian epic. It narrates the story of Lord Krishna and Arjun, their conversations on varied topics of philosophy and spirituality, and the principles of the Vedanta. The Bhagavad Gita is an intricate part of Hinduism, and is considered to be one of the most popular scriptures of ancient India. Swami Chinmayananda provides the basic, invaluable theory of the Bhagavad Gita in a fresh style with a relatable outlook for modern readers.
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Holy hagavad Gita. This illuminating commentary by Swami Tejomayananda on selected verses. Swami chinmayananda pdf Holy Geeta by Swami. Although there are many commentaries on the Gita. Interpreting The Upanishads by Ananda Wood - This focuses on particular ideas from the Upanishads, and explains how these ideas can be interpreted. For each idea, selected passages are translated and placed for comparison beside much freer retellings that have been taken from the first book. The Sanskrit is often referenced with explanation of alternative translations..
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