Anu - Gita in the Mahabharata (Re - Affirming Bhagavad - Gita's Message of Good of All)
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Anu - Gita in the Mahabharata (Re - Affirming Bhagavad - Gita's Message of Good of All)

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Item Code: NAU622
Author: Satya P. Agarwal and Urmila Agarwal
Publisher: Urmila Agarwal, USA
Edition: 2014
ISBN: 9780991440009
Pages: 164
Other Details: 8.50 X 5.50 inch
Weight 260 gm
About the Book

ANU-GITA IN THE MAHABHARATA Re-affirming Bhagavad-Gita's Message of Good-of-all Most people (even in India) have not heard the name of Anu-Gita. This is so because, although Anu-Gita is an important part of the Mahabharata, no scholarly study of it, in a simple language, has so far been published. This gap will be filled by this pioneering book, which explains under what circumstances was the Gita taught by Lord Krishna to Arjuna, for the second time. The book is divided into two parts. Part I presents the Sanskrit-shlokas of Anu-Gita, along with their translation in simple English. Part II explains the main points of similarity, as well as dissimilarity, between Gita and Anu-Gita.

About the Author

Satya P. Agarwal and Urmila Agarwal acquired expertise in social science research, at U.S. Universities, in the 1950's. After nearly four decades of interdisciplinary study and applied research at the global level, they brought out the award-winning book 'The Social Role of the Gita: How and Why." Thus began a series of innovative research publications based on Sanskrit and Hindi texts. The present publication is No. 14 in the series.

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