(lit., song of God) One of the world's spiritual treasures and an essential scripture of India; a portion of the Mahabharata in which Lord Krishna instructs his disciple Arjuna on the nature the universe, God, and the supreme Self.
Religious scripture which contains the essence of Lord Krishna's teaching in the form of a dialogue between Lord krishn and Arjuna, Krishna's greatest devotee. The Gita is a segment of the Mahabharata.
"Song celestial"; a scriptural text from the Mahabharata conerning Krishna, who, as an avatar of the god Vishnu, teaches the ways of salvation, particularly through devotion. This is perhaps the most influential of all Hindu scriptures.
One of India's most beloved and famous sacred texts, it is the epic story of Arjuna, a warrior prince, who confronts moral dilemmas and is led to a better understanding of reality through the intercession of the god Krishna. It provides the philosophical basis of yoga.
The Song Divine, the sacred dialogues between Krishna and Arjuna. It is one of the source books of Hindu philosophy, containing the essence of the Upanishads.
The Hindu Scripture that provides the philosophical basis of Yoga.
A series of discourses between Lord Krishna and the warrior prince Arjuna from which flow the essential teachings of Indian philosophy, equivalent to the New Testament. It forms one episode in India's Great Epic, the Mahabharata, written later than the 'classical' Upanishads.
a scripture of Hinduism, likened by some to the New Testament of Christianity. Some Hari Krishnas teach you should read no other Hindu scripture. Other Hindus do not consider the Bhagavad-Gita to even be a valid scripture.
(lit., Song of the Lord) One of the world's spiritual treasures; an essential scripture of India; in which Lord Krishna instructs his disciple Arjuna on the nature of God, the universe, and the path to liberation.
The Song of the Lord. Spoken by Krishna, this is the most important scripture for most Hindus. Tradition dates it back to 3000 BCE, though most scholars attribute it to the first millennium BCE. Considered an Upanishad.
Means, “song of God.” The most widely read scripture in India, sometimes referred to as “the Hindu Bible.” It is part of the much longer epic, the Mahabharata, and details a dialog between Krishna and the great warrior, Arjuna. In the Bhagavad Gita the path to enlightenment is described, including many of the methods found in the AYP lessons.
Hindu scripture of the avatar Krishna dated to approximately the first two centuries b.c
An important Hindu scripture, comprising eighteen chapters of the section on Bhishma in the epic Mahabharata embodying the teachings of Sri Krishna.
The `Lords Celestial Song`; a beautiful spiritual teaching of 700 stanzas from the epic Mahabharata. The supreme yogi Lord Krishna instructs the warrior prince Arjuna (who represents the inner self) on the battlefield of Kurukshetra.
A spiritual classic in Hinduism that is a conversation between Arjuna and Krishna preserved in the Mahabharata.
(or simply the Gita): An important Hindu Scripture, comprising 18 chapters and 700 verses. Sri Krishna told Gita to Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra War. For the first time the Gita introduces all the four Yogas viz. Jnana, Raja, Karma, and Bhakti.
lit. "Lord's Song." Ancient Hindu scripture describing the life and times of Krishna.
'Song of the Lord': a Hindu religious text
Hindu sacred scripture.
Literally, the song of the Lord. This revelation is a record of the sermon delivered by Krishna.
literally, "the song of the blessed one;" one of the three fundamental texts of Hindu faith. It centers upon the moral dilemma faced by Arjuna as he prepares to go into battle against his own relatives. He engages in a philosophical dialogue with Krishna, who teaches him about the nature of Karma Yoga: to execute one's duty responsibly (process) but without focusing on the fruits or results (goals).
("Lord's Song"): the oldest full-fledged yoga book found embedded in the Mahabharata and containing the teachings on karma yoga (the path of self-transcending action), samkhya yoga (the path of discerning the principles of existence correctly), and bhakti yoga (the path of devotion), as given by the God-man Krishna to Prince Arjuna on the battlefield 3,500 years or more ago
The Bhagavad Gita (Sanskrit: à¤à¤—à¤µà¤¦à¥â€Œà¤—à¥€à¤¤à¤¾ - Bhagavad GÄ«tÄ, "Song of God" or "Divine Song" http://www.bhagavad-gita.us/ The Divine Song of God) is an ancient Sanskrit text comprised of 700 verses from the Mahabharata (Bhishma Parva chapters 25 – 42 http://veda.harekrsna.cz/encyclopedia/sastras-studies1.htm#5 Sastras studies 'Consists of chapters 25-42 of Bhisma Parva, Mahabharata' ). Krishna, as the speaker of the Bhagavad Gita is referred to within as Bhagavan http://www.vedabase.net/b/bhagavan Bhagavan (the divine one), and the verses themselves, using the range and style of Sanskrit meter (chandas) with similes and metaphors, are written in a poetic form that is traditionally chanted; hence the title, which translates to "the Song of the Divine One". The Bhagavad Gita is revered as sacred by the majority of Hindu traditions http://www.crystalinks.com/indiaphilosophy.html Philosophy in Ancient India "The Bhagavad Gita is revered as a sacred text of Hindu philosoph", and especially so by followers of Krishna.