Title: Hindu Philosophy of Conduct,The (3 Vol.Set-Lectures on the Bhagavadgita)
Author: Rangacharya, M.
Description: With a distinctive style and cogent manner, ‘The Hindu Philosophy of Conduct, Lectures on the Bhagavadgita’ clearly presents these translations and required explanations in a scientific temper. A fresh and modern outlook is used to both widen Indian thought and merge the old thoughts of the East with the new thoughts of the West. The set contains a total of eighty-seven lectures. Each volume covers six chapters of Gita. The Gita is recognized as a scriptural authority with all its religious moral instructions. In it, Sri Krishna explains the doctrines of human conduct to Arjuna. The Gita may also be considered an introduction to the study of the concept of self-realization.
Publisher: Munshiram Manoharlal Publisher
Edition: 2nd ed., 1436 pp., HB
Item Code: 9.78812E+12