The Bhagavad Gita: the original Sanskrit and an English translation /. Lars Martin Fosse. — 1st ed. Indonesia, where parts were translated into Old Javanese. We are presenting Bhagavad gita in itrans,Tamil and Sanskrit version chapter aracer.mobi the appropriate link to view the text,tamil or by rajkum01 in Types. download The Bhagavad Gita, as PDF and ePub (eBook) by A.K. Aruna in India. The Bhagavad Gita: Victory Over Grief and Death is a traditional translation using.
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To me this spiritual practice was being performed in the essential spirit of Christianity. The struggle to surrender If we look in the Hindu scripture, Bhagavad-gita, we hear Lord Krishna asking us to abandon all our sectarianism and just surrender to Him, in love. He vows to protect us from evil and from fear. I hear the same "forsake all and follow me" message, the same call to surrender and the same reassurance.
Jesus shows this struggle of surrender during his evening in the garden of Gethsemane. His sincere appeal to the Lord to let the cup pass from him, although He was willing to go through with His Father's command.
I have always found myself in this kind of dilemma, although without the same willingness to do the needful that Christ had. All of us who struggle with spirituality wonder if we are capable of making the effort, or if we are doomed to failure and hypocrisy.
Can we meet the challenge? Christ's example is so relevant for all of us who want to practise a spiritual life, and even for those who just want to be good. But how many of us are willing to sacrifice our desires in favour of the will of God, even in small ways? When we look at his experience during his traumatic arrest, trial and crucifixion we see a man at peace within Himself and with the world. He was condemned for his zeal and for his perceived threat to society, because he was misunderstood.
I have experienced that to a lesser degree in my life - being condemned for being a Hare Krishna, for being different and incomprehensible. I have been spat at and derided, but not crucified. I have no idea what Jesus had to give up, in His early thirties, so that I, in my early forties, could be inspired to follow the Godly path.
The fact is, I can see myself in Jesus. I recognise and empathise with His life, His temptations and His suffering.
But I can see a lot more in Him than my faltering attempts at spirituality. I can see someone transcending the materialism of this world. Hindus as much as anyone talk much about this noble ideal but it is a true celebration when someone, anyone, of any tradition, begins to make sense spiritually.
This allows the index here to be applicable and very useful to any other translation of the Bhagavad Gita that you have relied upon but lacked an index. About the author s A. Aruna started his studies in Advaita Vedanta and the Sanskrit language in at an intensive three-year program in a traditional gurukulam, outside Bombay, India, under Shri Pujya Swami Dayananda Saraswati, the most renowned Sanskrit and Advaita Vedanta scholar of the past century.
Stepping outside his academic background in Western philosophy, Aruna immersed himself in the deepest, oldest spiritual tradition in the world.
This detailed study opened his eyes. In this ancient teaching, Aruna found a complete merging of the intellect and heart. From that point on, he dedicated his life to the inclusive vision of Vedanta.
Aruna later studied computer languages, becoming a programmer and manager of information technology in San Diego, California. He created a set of tools for those students interested in a thorough study of Sanskrit to better understand the Bhagavad Gita.