O Bhagavad-Gita Como Ele É

O Bhagavad-Gita Como Ele É

'Bhagavad-gitã como ele é' divide-se em 18 capítulos - observando os exércitos no campo de batalha de Kuruksetra; resumo do conteúdo do Gita; Karma-yoga; o conhecimento transcendental; Karma-yoga - ação em consciência de Krsna; Dhyana-yoga; o conhecimento acerca do absoluto; alcançando o supremo; o conhecimento mais confidencial; a opulência do absoluto; a forma universal; serviço devocional; a natureza, o desfrutador e a consciência; os três modos da natureza material; a yoga da pessoa suprema; as naturezas divina e demoníaca; as divisões da fé; conclusão - a perfeição da renúncia. Inclui, ainda, referências, glossário, guia do alfabeto e da pronúncia em Sânscrito e índice dos versos em sânscrito.

Title:O Bhagavad-Gita Como Ele É
Edition Language:Portuguese
ISBN:8570150563
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    O Bhagavad-Gita Como Ele É Reviews

  • Sanjay Gautam

    Bhagavada Gita is a text when you read it in Sanskrit produces an effect that resonates somewhere deep in your heart. I know this because as a child I used to hear my grand father recite Gita as it is...

  • Brad

    I love the Bhagavad Gita. It offers something for everyone, no matter what your religous/spritual persuasion might be. However, I had mixed feelings about this version which made me debate between thr...

  • Andrew

    The Bhagavad is one of the greatest works of literature. Here it is tenderly and lovingly mangled from its original by a sectarian and abusive translator who, while offering the "original" sanskrit, s...

  • Sanika

    Edit, 29.09.2019: I had posted a review for this book back when I [partially] read it in December 2016. In retrospect, the review seems pretty childish to me. I completely disregarded the fact that th...

  • Falguni78

    This book is a way to live life..hence will be reading it forever......

  • Richard Houchin

    I'm surprised at the extreme hostility to atheism in this text. Hinduism is certainly on the same level as Christianity in regards to its vicious hatred of the wholly other.In text 4.7-4.8, Krisna rev...

  • Tushar Tyagi

    I have read some Hindi versions of the text. This is the first English version that I am reading. The author has done a nice job in translating the verses from Sanskrit to English and pointing out the...

  • Arun Mahendrakar

    I'll begin by saying that my intention of reading Bhagavad Gita was not to find god, but to gain a better understanding of life.Unfortunately, most part of the book is just blind following of Krsna - ...

  • Kshitij Joshi

    EDIT: The five stars are for only for Gita (I'd recommend reading any normal translation) and not for this translation by Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada of ISKCON who has mixed the nonsensical spices ...

  • Brian

    Here are some of my favorite passages:2:47 - You have a right to perform your prescribed duty, but you are not entitled to the fruits of action. Never consider yourself the cause of the results of you...