Authored By: Suraparaju Radhakrishna Moorthy
Year of Publication: 2020
|Pages: 442||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
Category: Religion & Philosophy
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The present work is passionate philosophy and devotional metaphysics. It is not however a translation of Sankara's Gita Bhashya. But it is mainly based on it. This work hopes to serve an essential need. For long, we have read the Gita in the original or with the original. We were lost in the music and the majesty of the Sanskrit Verses. We looked at the words, read between the lines, recited the verses, cited them, and we also revelled in disputations about its abundant ambivalences. The present work does not attempt to recreate the beauty and the majesty of the original. It is a free rendering of the Gita carrying explanatory interpolations to make the sense immediately clear. Its aim is to focus more on the meaning behind the words than on the words themselves. It should help us to practise non- attachment to words and expressions.
Suraparaju Radhakrishnanamurthy is a professor of English language. His translation of the Bhagavad Gita and the self-expression (“Call of Krishna”) was published by the Emescocompany in Telugu. Gnanadev's work on “Amritanabhavam” was published by Authorspress in his Telugu Metaphysics. He also published books on Bhagavad Gita and Upanishads in English.