The Bhagavad Gita

Author: Eknath Easwaran

Prince Arjuna faced a dilemma that many face sooner or later–whether to take action that is necessary yet morally ambiguous. The difference is that Arjuna’s action was to wage war against his own family. With the armies arrayed, Arjuna loses his nerve. Krishna, his charioteer and incarnation of divine consciousness, begins to teach him the nature of God and of himself, th….Read More

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