Notes on the Bhagavad Gita
THE BHAGAVAD GITA, as it at present stands, is essentially practical in its character and teachings, like the discourses of all religious teachers who have appeared on the scene of the world to give a few practical directions to mankind for their spiritual guidance. Just as the sayings of Christ, the discourses of Buddha, and the preachings of various other philosophers which have come down to us, are essentially didactic in character and practical in their tone, so is the Bhagavad Gita. But these teachings will not be understood – indeed, in course of time, they are even likely to be misunderstood – unless their basis is constantly kept in view.
– T. Subba Row
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Subba Row, T.
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