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Srimad Bhagavad-Gita:
"The Beautiful Song of God"
Translated by Jagannatha Prakasa (© 1993)(last updated March 23, 2017)

The Srimad Bhagavad Gita (i.e. the Beautiful Song of God) is often referred to as the Bible of India. I translated this work into English from the original Sanskrit for my MA thesis in religious Studies in 1993. For an introduction to the text please see my page here.

Introduction: Setting the Stage (by Jagannatha Prakasha).

Chapter One: The Yoga of Arjuna's Sorrow.

Chapter Two: Samkhya Yoga:The Yoga of the Intellect.

Chapter Three: Karma Yoga: The Yoga of Action.

Chapter Four: Jnana-Karma-Sannyasa Yoga: The Yoga of the Knowledge of the Renunciation of Action.

Chapter Five: Sannyasa Yoga: The Yoga of Renunciation.

Chapter Six: Dhyana Yoga: The Yoga of Meditation.

Chapter Seven: Jnana Vijnana Yoga: The Yoga of Knowledge and Realization.

Chapter Eight: Aksara Brahma Yoga: The Yoga of the Imperishable Brahman.

Chapter Nine: Rajavidya-Rajaguhya-Yoga: The Yoga of the Highest and Most Discreet Knowledge.

Chapter Ten: Vibuti Yoga: The Yoga of Divine Opulence.

Chapter Eleven: Vishva-rupa Darshana Yoga: The Yoga of Beholding the Universal Form.

Chapter Twelve: Bhakti Yoga: The Yoga of Devotion.

Chapter Thirteen: Ksetra-Ksrtrajna Vibhaga Yoga: The Yoga of the Field, the Knower or the Field and Their Divisions.

Chapter Fourteen: Gunatraya Vibhaga Yoga: The Yoga of the Three Qualities of Material Nature and Their Divisions.

Chapter Fifteen: Purusottama Yoga: The Yoga of the Supreme Person.

Chapter Sixteen: Daiva Asura Sampad Vibhaga Yoga: The Yoga of thte Quality Divisions Between the Godly and the Demonic.

Chapter Seventeen: Shraddha-Traya Vibhaga Yoga: The Yoga of the Divisions of the threefold Faith.

Chapter Eighteen: Moksa-Sannyasa Yoga: The Yoga of Liberation Through Renunciation.

Peace, Love, and Light!