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In this book, the text of the verses from the Gita and Githarthasangraha is given in Sanskrit along with transliteration in English followed by word-for-word meaning, summary and important points for consideration from the three systems of philosophy. Salient features In addition, a fairly detailed summary is given in the beginning of each chapter, in the form of a dialogue between the doubting Arjuna and the benevolent Krishna, which sums up the contents of the chapter and is highly useful. The Gita comprising 18 chapters is generally divided into three sections of six chapters each. Original Tamil commentary by Tirukkallam Narasimharaghavachariar, N. The famous episode of Krishna revealing His cosmic form has been portrayed in all glory and splendour. The printing is good and free from errors.

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Geethasaram

The Gita comprising 18 chapters is generally divided into three sections of six chapters each. His translation in simple English is faithful to the original Tamil commentary.

The printing is good and free from errors. Original Tamil commentary by Tirukkallam Narasimharaghavachariar, N. The lucid explanation given of the four types of fools and four kinds of devotees enunciated by Krishna and the exposition of the divine glories of the Lord are praiseworthy.

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The book has been nicely brought out and will be useful for the English-knowing public to understand and appreciate the Visishtadvaita interpretation of the Gita.

Bhagavad Gita (Tamil) – Vol. 3

He was justly famous for his religious lectures and more particularly on the Bhagavad Gita, which used to hold the audience spellbound. In this book, the text of the verses from the Gita and Githarthasangraha is saeam in Sanskrit along with transliteration in English followed by word-for-word meaning, summary and important points for consideration from the three systems of philosophy.

The Bhagavad Gita, one of the three most important sacred texts of Hindu philosophy the other two being the Upanishads and the Brahmasutras has been extensively and exhaustively commented upon. Salient features In addition, a fairly detailed summary is given in the beginning of each chapter, in the form of a dialogue between the doubting Arjuna and the benevolent Krishna, which sums up the contents of the chapter and is highly useful.

The Lord’s indwelling in everything as the invisible controller, even as a piece of thread on which is strung a cluster of gems, His all-pervasiveness, loving protection of sincere devotees, His equality towards all and His relishing even a leaf tamjl flower or fruit or water tail with sincere devotion have all been well brought out, with appropriate elucidations. Prominent among these commentaries are the ones by Sankara, Ramanuja and Madhva with further glosses by their followers like Anandagiri, Vedanta Desika and Jayatirtha.

The famous episode of Krishna revealing His cosmic form has been portrayed in all glory and splendour. Interpretaion This book is the English translation of the Tamil commentary on the second section chapters seven to 12 of the Gita by Tirukkallam Narasimharaghavachariar, a profound scholar of repute and an acknowledged authority on Vaishnavite philosophy.

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The translator has done a fine job in making the abstruse philosophy of Gita intelligible even to the lay reader.

The Hindu : Book Review : Gita according to Visishtadvaita tradition

In fact, the translation is so free flowing and ramil that it can pass for the original. The first section deals with Karma yoga and Jnana yoga; the middle one with Bhakti yoga and the third and last elaborates on geetba finer points of the earlier portions, culminating in the theory of Saranagati Self-surrender.

The commentator explains in great detail the Visishtadvaita interpretation of Ramanuja and Desika, for each verse. Even so, he has also dealt with the salient points in the Advaita and the Dvaita interpretations, so that the reader can make a comparative study of all the three viewpoints. The moral qualities that are sine qua non for im practitioner of Bhakti yoga have been nicely elaborated.

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