The Bhagavad Gita

A lot of information is available on the Internet and in conventional published literature about this grand text of Vedanta, almost all of it of extremely poor quality, and misleading to boot.  Here, for the first time on the Net, is a partial presentation of the truth.  At this time, complete translations of commentaries are available for certain important verses, and more will be added with time.

Essentials of the Bhagavad Gita -- an introductory essay by Prof. K. T. Pandurangi

Gita Saroddhara -- a free-style presentation of some important concepts by Sri Vishwesha Tiirtha.

Bhagavad Gita II-13 -- commentary and subcommentary on the verse `dehino.asmin.h yathA dehe'.  Also available is the gloss on this verse by Sri Raghavendra Tirtha.

Bhagavad Gita V-14 and 15 -- commentary, subcommentary, and gloss on  `na kartR^itvaM na karmANi' and the next

Bhagavad Gita X-41 --  in his commentary upon `yadyadvibhUtimat.h sattvaM',  Srimad-Âchârya rejects the fanciful common misinterpretation of `kR^ishhNastu bhagavAn.h svayam.h' as illogical...

Prabhupada's "Bhagavad Gita As It Is" -- a critical review.

In addition, see our page on the source texts of Tattvavaada.

Created February 19, 1999. Last modified June 06, 2004