By C. M. Padmanabhachar
C. L. RAMAKRISHNAN
A serious examine OF BHAGAVAD GITA — quantity I - Chapters 1 to three: C.M. Padmanabhachar; Sriman Madhva Siddhantonnahini Sabha, Tiruchanur-517503.
This ebook adopts the fashion of offering the verses of the Bhagavad Gita in Sanskrit, by means of word-for- note that means and a translation in English. on the finish of every bankruptcy, and every now and then in among additionally, an easy and lucid summing up of some of the colleges of concept in this scripture is given.
This is a well-researched attempt in that it abounds in references and quotations from the various faculties of Vedanta, the Mahabharata and the Puranas just like the Srimad Bhagavata and the Vishnu Purana. the writer has brought the commentaries of the exponents of the Advaita, Visishtadvaita and the Dvaita structures less than the proper verses and what's extra, analysed the tenability of those by way of cross-references to accredited axioms and his personal perspectives. doubtless, as he himself mentions, he inclines in the direction of the statement of Madhva, holds it as such a lot applicable because it presents solutions to varied difficulties and riddles, and differs from different commentators. whereas it is easy to enjoy the point of view of the writer, it's an approved stand in Indian philosophy that there's no negation of 1 tuition of Vedanta, yet giving choice to at least one over others.
There are first-class notes below definite verses that have a plethora of interpretations. The import of the be aware “aparyaptam” taking place in verse II-10 has been very convincingly defined through quoting from various commentaries. In verse II-12, the research of the way within which Bhishma blows the conch and produces a lion-like roar, signalling the beginning of the conflict, rivets one’s cognizance. equally, verse II-20, which has an in depth resemblance to Katha Upanishad, has been basically elucidated vis-À-vis the Upanishad. within the similar means, for verses 39, forty six to forty eight of the second one bankruptcy, copious notes were appended, for a transparent realizing. In a few verses, phrases showing as synonyms were taken up for elucidation of the sophisticated variations among them and in addition to fine-tune their meaning.
He has introduced into play his analytical skill and alertness of good judgment in studying different causes complicated by means of numerous commentators at the Bhagavad Gita and made it a very valuable and educational quantity. there's a lot fabric to reside upon and undertake as a take-off element for extra certain learn of yes the most important and knotty verses. At a number of locations, the writer has drawn aid for the Gita verses, not just from this article, but in addition from the Mahabharata itself, which justifies the ethos and pattern of the concepts within the Gita.
A great addition to the corpus of literature at the Bhagavad Gita; the writer merits to be complemented for the time and effort spent to delve deeply into each one verse and in addition learn completely a few of the commentaries on them through the well known preceptors.
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