Amar Chitra Katha - The Gita by Anant Pai

By Anant Pai

Bhagavad-Gita or the track of the Divine One is a celebrated episode within the epic, Mahabharata. it's the type of a discussion among Dhritarashtra, the blind king of Hastinapura, and Sanjaya who describes the happenings at the battlefield to the king. The Gita attracts a lot from the Upanishads and is usually defined because the quintessence of the Upanishads. The confident strategy of the Gita has made it dynamic however the makes an attempt at defining the indefinable have imposed yes barriers too and for this reason the plain contradictions within the Gita. This booklet doesn't declare to be an exposition of the Gita, yet is simply an advent. we've got additionally taken the freedom of studying a number of the rules propounded within the Gita in order to lead them to intelligible to the more youthful age staff. the 1st 9 pages of our publication aren't a part of the Gita yet are given to supply the heritage to our younger readers. We owe a debt of gratitude to His Holiness Swami Ranganathanada and His Holiness Swami Chinmayananda for sparing their important time to move in the course of the textual content and making priceless feedback.

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He hovers o’er the woodland trees – a moving, pulsing, living breeze. My eyes, be lifted high to view creation’s wondrous might, to gaze far out across the land – yea, thou art great! not I. Thou, only one, art all in all. In thee there is no other call. This wide and lovely scene’s a symbol of God’s reign of peace. Its colors are our colors – for our hope is always green, and with the depth of waters blue, we would be loyal to thee, and true. No other choice is mine. Eternity rules in the spheres.

Chained beneath them, where the raw debris and rubble tumble, fall, hell, though bound, throws wide its maw. From the depths of this dark dungeon, frozen earth uncurls her fingers, swearing a defiant oath. Cliffs are clamoring, rocks are roaring, crags are crying, carrying echoes A dramatic massif in the South Tirol, where Eberhard spent eighteen months in 1913–1914, the Schlern is recognizable by its huge “fingers” – enormous rock outcroppings that jut upwards for hundreds of feet and are visible for miles.

This rose, here, is smooth as satin, in deep-hued crimson richly dressed, but even it could never match the fairness with which you are blest. Rising up from leafy bower, offering their greeting fair, slender, clambering, budding sprays – enchanting as your hair. And while its clustered petals gleam in dusky, jeweled splendor rare, I see, above, another brightness whose radiance is beyond compare. Bound together by your love, sent by you as greeting fond – and it was only hours ago that you held them in your hand.

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