Bhagavad‐gita

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Bhagavad‐gita
(Sk.)
Lit., “the Lord’s Song”. A portion of the Mahabharata, the great epic poem of India. It contains a dialogue wherein Krishna—the “Charioteer”—and Arjuna, his Chela, have a discussion upon the highest spiritual philosophy. The work is pre‐eminently occult or esoteric (TG).



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