Sāra-samanvitā. Sanskrit text with English Translation and Summary. High quality edition with slip case, bound in elegant buckram fabric with a specially embossed cover picture, two color print, printed endpaper, and round edges.
The Bhagavad Gita is an ancient text which was spoken by Lord Sri Krsna to His friend Arjuna more than 5000 years ago. They both belonged to a society which adhered to the principles of varnasrama-dharma—a social system based on injunctions or moral codes from the teachings of the Vedas and Smrtis. The instructions given herein are most relevant even today.
Author: Veda Vyāsa
Translation and copyright: Satyanarayana Dasa
Satyanarayana Dasa, born in 1954, was drawn to the spiritual traditions of his home country India since his childhood. After receiving a postgraduate degree in 1978 from IIT Delhi and working in the United States for four years, he returned to India. There he studied the formal systems of Indian philosophy known as Ṣaḍ-darśana under the direct guidance of his guru Śrī Haridāsa Śāstrī Mahārāja and Swami Syama Saraṇa Maharaja.
This education was taken up in the traditional manner for more than 25 years, while he dedicated himself as a practitioner of bhakti yoga. In 1991 he accepted the traditional Vaiṣṇava order of renounced life, bābājī-veṣa. His main focus has been with the works of Jiva Gosvami, particularly on translating the Ṣaṭ Sandarbhas, into English and commenting on them. He also earned four śāstric degrees, and received both a law degree and a PhD in Sanskrit from Agra University.
Satyanarayana Dasa is the director of the Jiva Institute of Vedic Studies in Vrindavan, India. He is a visiting professor at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. In 2013 he was honored by the president of India, Pranab Mukherjee, for his extraordinary contribution in presenting Vedic culture and philosophy, both nationally and internationally.
ISBN:8187153970 Cover: Hardbound + Slip case Language: English and Sanskrit Page count: 356 Publication date: 2015
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