Srimad Bhagavad Gita is now widely recognized as a Scriptural Text of worldwide importance. It was Sri Sankaracharya who first brought it out into prominence from the vast mass of Mahabharata literature, fixed its contents to the seven hundred verses that now constitute it, and produced the first extant commentary on it. Not only that, he gave it the status of one of the Prasthanas (Foundation Texts) of Vedanta, and the lead he thus gave has been accepted by all succeeding Acharyas of even schools of Vedanta that are opposed to his school. Therefore, for all lovers of the Gita the interpretation that the great Acharya gave to this Text is of great importance. The present work, giving both the Sanskrit text of Sankara's commentary and its exact but lucid English translation by Dr. A.G. Krishna Warrier, is an attempt to meet the needs both of Sanskrit scholars, and of those who can approach the contents of the commentary only through the help of the English language.
|List of Abbreviations||xvii|
|V.||Yoga on Renunciation||181|
|VI.||The Yoga of Meditation||213|
|VII.||The Yoga of Knowledge and Realisation||252|
|VIII.||The Yoga of Concentration||274|
|IX.||The Yoga of the Royal Science of the Royal Mystery||295|
|X.||The Yoga of God's Manifested Powers||321|
|XI.||The Yoga of the Vision of the Cosmic Form||346|
|XII.||The Yoga of Devotion||384|
|XIII.||The Yoga of the Field and the Field-knower||402|
|XIV.||The Yoga of the Three Constituents||468|
|XV.||The Yoga of the Supreme Spirit||490|
|XVI.||The Yoga of the Division of Attributes, Divine and Demoniac||511|
|XVII.||The Yoga of Threefold Faith||529|
|XVIII.||The Yoga of Liberation and Renunciation||548|
|Appendix: Index to First Lines of Slokas||641|
- Krishna Warrior, A. G.
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