Jnaneshwar's Gita: A Rendering of the Jnaneshwari

Jnaneshwar s Gita A Rendering of the Jnaneshwari Jnaneshwari is a commentary on the Bhagavad Gita completed in C E by the poet saint Jnaneshwar Swami Kripananda has simply put the Jnaneshwari into the contemporary English idiom in rather the sa

  • Title: Jnaneshwar's Gita: A Rendering of the Jnaneshwari
  • Author: Swami Kripananda Ian MP Raeside Shankar Gopal Tulpule
  • ISBN: 9780911307641
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jnaneshwar's Gita: A Rendering of the Jnaneshwari

    Jnaneshwari is a commentary on the Bhagavad Gita completed in 1290 C.E by the poet saint Jnaneshwar Swami Kripananda has simply put the Jnaneshwari into the contemporary English idiom in rather the same way that Robert Bly put Tagore s translation of Kabir into contemporary language.

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    1. Sandy

      If you're interesting in the Bhagavad Gita, this is a comprehensive source. The Bhagavad Gita is considered the crest jewel of Hinduism, a few short chapters (18 I think) set in the middle of the great epic Mahabharata, capture the hear of one of the world's great religions. This book contains the Gita in Sanskrit, Hindi, and English. Contains Jnanesh Maharaj's commentary on each verse of the Gita, the Janeshwari. Jnanesh Maharaj was a poet saint in India. His words are unbelievably beautiful.

    2. Linda

      The commentary added so much to the understanding of this sacred text. However, it was still difficult to follow and grasp the intended concepts and teachings at times. Thankfully I was reading this as part of a course on the Gita which helped fill in the remaining gaps. It was interesting to see how much similarity there was with Christian teachings. The world religions have much in common if we take the time to look.

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