%The Bhagavad Gita (Song of God) is considered as one of the most significant scriptures of Hinduism, and also one of the most important philosophical classics of the history of the world. This workbook contains all the 729 verses of this classic, and as it encourages the readers to write their interpretations of the teachings, the books creates a deep contemplative atmosphere for readers, and gives writing tips to enforce the creative process when filling the spaces for interpretations. This is a book for all those who seek personally and thoroughly contemplated understanding of the Bhagavad Gita or deeper understanding on the nature of one of the most profound teachings in the whole Hindu history, in the spirit of the universal human a part of the demystified series.
“The Blessed Lord said:
19) I shall speak to thee now, O best of the Kurus, of my divine attributes, according to their prominence; there is no end to the particulars of My manifestation.
20) I am the Self, O Gudakesha, existent in the heart of all beings; I am the beginning, the middle, and also the end of all beings.”
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Published March 8, 2010
Religion & Spirituality.