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The Bhagavat Gita : History

The Bhagavat Gita Bhagavad Gita ("Song of the Lord") . The earliest and most celebrated of all yoga scriptures. Composed between the fifth and second centuries BCE, it forms part of the great Indian epic Mahabharata. Tradition claims that it was composed by the sage Vyasa through direct divine inspiration. All excerpts from the 13hagavad Gita are from The Bhagavod Gita



Source : Jonathan Star, The Inner Treasure

The Bhagavat Gita : Calligraphy


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The Love of Radha and Krishna
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Krishna With Damsels in Spring Time
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The Longings of Radha
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Radha Embraces the Darkness of Night
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The Sorrow of Krishna
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The Sorrow of Radha
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The Bower of Hari
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Radha Enters the Bower of Govinda
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The Union of Radha and Krishna
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The Bhagavat Gita : Internet Link


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