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Two friends have a conversation at the outset of an epic war. One of them, Arjuna, is sad and confused in the face of imminent doom; the other, Krishna, decides to cheer him up and clear his doubts. Through the course of their dialogue, while inspiring Arjuna to do his work, Krishna assumes the role of a mentor and imparts the timeless wisdom that is called the Bhagavad-Gita.
For someone who wants to know about India’s grand heritage, religious traditions, philosophy, and spirituality, the Bhagavad-Gita is a good place to start.
<em>“Simple, articulate and accessible, The New Bhagavad-Gita takes a unique approach to present a modern translation of this ancient text.”</em>
<strong>N. R. NARAYANA MURTHY</strong>, Founder-Chairman and Chief Mentor, Infosys Technologies Ltd.
<em>“The New Bhagavad Gita is indeed new, because it presents the eternal truth in modern language, so everyone can understand and learn from it.”</em>
<strong>L. SUBRAMANIAM</strong>, Violin Maestro and Composer
<em>“The New Bhagavad-Gita can be read through or opened to any page to receive your enlightening message for the day.”</em>
<strong>PATRICIA SMITH</strong>, Founder, Peace X Peace and Editor, <em>Sixty Years, Sixty Voices</em>
<em>“Human problems change with time, but what we call great works are precisely those that will always have something important to say in every age. I therefore welcome this translation by two authors of the new generation, and I applaud their decision to make the translation in simple, current English so that its message is directly absorbed.”</em>
<strong>RODDAM NARASIMHA</strong>, Aerospace Scientist and Fluid Dynamicist
<em>“The New Bhagavad-Gita will appeal to the younger generation that has generally been exposed to a liberal education.”</em>
<strong>M. R. SRINIVASAN</strong>, Former Member, Planning Commission, Government of India